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.
NCCU, in partnership with Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and the Duke-NCCU Bridge Office, are sponsoring an ethnodrama production focused on COVID-19 hesitancy.
NCCU alumnus Ibrahim Cissé, Ph.D., ’04 was named one of 25 MacArthur Foundation ‘Genius’ Fellows in the Class of 2021.
North Carolina Central University has been named the safest college campus in the state of North Carolina by YourLocalSecurity.com, a partner of ADT-authorized provider SafeStreets.
NCCU continues to boast its stellar academic profile and educational value in the newest edition of U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best College rankings.
Students from the NCCU departments of Music and Dance will provide live performances on campus and in the local community during the month of October.
Clinical research science majors are getting a chance to move outside the classroom and into real-world laboratory settings through the IDEA Grant, a program of the Research Triangle Foundation.
North Carolina Central University held a news conference today, Sept. 20, 2021, as a follow up to an incident that occurred on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021. Neither of the victims were students at NCCU.
(NCCU) was touched by a tragic occurrence last night that involved individuals who are not part of the university’s community.
We write to provide an update and reassurance following an incident that occurred on Saturday, September 18, 2021.
Lauretta Hasty Holloway, an alumna of NCCU, was recently named to The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame. Holloway was honored for her influential contributions to education.
Last year, NCCU’s Information Technology Services Division distributed over 200 loaner Chromebooks and laptops to our students, and we had more students who had needs we were unable to meet.
President Joe Biden has appointed NCCU alumna Peggy G. Carr, Ph.D., ’76, as commissioner of the National Center for Education Statistics.