NCCU is continuing efforts to assist students by allocating approximately $8 million to cover unpaid balances and provide textbooks, e-book vouchers and housing allowances for students with economic need.
As a youth pastor, Kelvin Nixon Jr. believes that a higher power led him to North Carolina Central University (NCCU).
Mohamed Barrie was only 18 years old when his family left Liberia, West Africa for the United States as refugees. His mother was determined to give him and his siblings a better life.
NCCU School of Law has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Law School Admission Council to provide historically underrepresented aspiring lawyers the tools needed for law school.
NCCU and Cape Fear Community College signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Nov. 30, 2021, launching a dual admissions partnership between both institutions.
NCCU Art Museum currently features 3D and sculpted art works for its exhibit running through Jan. 7, 2022. All works on display are from the museum’s permanent collection.
NCCU will host its final home football game of the season on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021, at 2 p.m., against Delaware State University in O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium. Stadium gates will open at 12 p.m.
NCCU School of Business has expanded its academic offerings with a Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. approved financial planning certification.
As we approach the holiday season and the end of 2021, it is important to celebrate our tremendous accomplishments and reflect on the work underway at NCCU that supports our No. 1—student success.
The NCCU Board of Trustees writes to reaffirm our support and confidence in North Carolina Central University’s Chancellor, Dr. Johnson O. Akinleye.
NCCU Council of Department Chairs has announced that Emmanuel Oritsejafor, professor and chair of Department of Political Science, will begin his term of service as chair of the organization.
Angelique Stallings, ’97, was recently named vice president of Community Investment at the Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce.
NCCU Mass Communication student Manuhe Abebe was recently selected for the HBCUvc fellowship.