North Carolina Central University has appointed Stephen W. Fusi as chief brand officer after a competitive, national search. He began his new role at NCCU on May 9, 2022.
The NCCU Student Government Association has approached the university’s administration with the request to consider renaming the McLean Residence Hall.
The PNC Foundation is awarding more than $2 million to NCCU and four other HBCUs in North Carolina to establish the PNC North Carolina HBCU Initiative.
NCCU is among seven institutions of higher learning and 12 community groups that have been awarded a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
NCCU will host a series of virtual events in commemoration of Black History Month. All events are free and open to the public.
North Carolina Central University will return to normal operations at 11 a.m. today, Jan. 29.
NCCU alumna Hellena Huntley Tidwell and her sons, William DeVane Tidwell and Damion Lamar Tidwell, made the largest single contribution to create the university’s first named academic program.
NCCU welcomes Aerial Ellis, Ed.D., as its Wells Fargo Endowed Chair and Distinguished Professor for the NCCU Department of Mass Communication.
NCCU is one of four recipients of the inaugural Getty Images Photo Archive Grant for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), which aims to preserve and amplify the visual history of HBCUs.
Environmental Earth and Geospatial Sciences assistant professor Christopher Zarzar, Ph.D., has received a three-year, $250,000 water quality research grant in collaboration with two other N.C. universities.
Distinguished alumnus Andre' Leon Talley, '70, had a profound impact and expansive influence on the fashion and journalism industries.
North Carolina Central University will return to its normal operating schedule at 12 p.m., today Jan. 22.
North Carolina Central University community mourns the passing of our distinguished alumni member Andre’ Leon Talley, Class of 1970.