As part of Intel’s commitment to build a more equitable world, it will donate $5 million over the next five years to North Carolina Central University, to create a new tech law and policy center.
Third-generation Cuban American Kimberly Jinorio Swanson trained and served as a social worker before deciding to take the legal route to immigration reform.
The NCCU COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic will be operational on the following dates: Tuesday, April 27; Wednesday, April 28; and Thursday, April 29.
A series of activities in the NCCU Campus Garden offers a chance to celebrate nature during the week of Earth Day, a welcome opportunity after a year of COVID-19 lockdowns.
As NCCU approaches the 137th Commencement exercises, we would like to provide rationale for why the university is not allowing guests—only graduates—to attend the ceremonies.
The past year has been both challenging and traumatic. We have been forced to confront the disturbing evidence of racial injustice and societal inequities that are prevalent across our nation.
NCCU has partnered with the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People Inc. to promote social justice initiatives and community engagement in Durham.
NCCU's annual Fashion Design Competition will be held virtually at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 24.
Ini-obong Obot, a native of Nigeria, will complete his studies at NCCU after earning two master’s degrees.
Yedaliz Llanos entered NCCU as a transfer student. In addition to her studies she has been a reliable healthcare volunteer for the NCCU and Durham community.
Transferring in from a private college, Sanders came seeking a university experience that included a family-like atmosphere. That’s what she found at NCCU.
Dantae King exemplifies the Eagle spirit because he chose the best path – not necessarily the easy one – in charting his route to success.
Student-athlete Hollan Strepay will not only earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration but also leave a mark at NCCU that is rooted in service.