On this day in 1910, Dr. James Edward Shepard opened the doors to students as the National Religious Training School and Chautauqua for the Colored Race.
North Carolina Central University is actively preparing to safely welcome you back to campus. Read the “Guidelines for Returning to North Carolina Central University.”
I write today as a leader of one of the nation’s HBCUs. First, I would like to express my deep condolences to the family of Mr. George Floyd.
More than 600 students will earn undergraduate credentials, with over 400 advanced degrees also awarded.
As we acclimate ourselves to the changing realities that the coronavirus and its impacts have brought into our lives, we want to provide an update regarding university operations for fall 2020 and beyond.
A special book presented to Ian Courts by his dad kept him inspired as he worked his way through the School of Law.
Here are some tools that SAS students can use for Summer Learning while at home.
Tennis was the first passion of graduating doctoral student and Nairobi, Kenya, native Joab Odera. Upon graduation, he will conduct research on health disparities.
Boa-Amponsem, who is graduating with a doctorate in integrated biosciences, is a native of Ghana who leveraged talent and hard work to rise to the top of the educational ladder in America.
Dr. Siobahn Grady will use her expertise in artificial intelligence to improve self-driving vehicles.
As director of the North Carolina District of the Small Business Administration NCCU alumnus Thomas A. Stith III, ‘83, ‘86, is leading the charge to empower business owners during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Amy D Linder offers a few tips for working out at home safely and effectively.
Congratulations Class of 2020! North Carolina Central University is awarding nearly 1,089 bachelors, masters, Juris Doctor and Ph.D. degrees to Eagles who completed their academic programs.