TikTok, a leading destination for short-form mobile video, has awarded $1 million to North Carolina Central University to support students pursuing degrees in health care.
Early voting in North Carolina is underway. Here on the campus of NCCU, the voting precinct in the Albert Turner Law Bldg. is designated as a one-stop registration and voting location.
The NCCU Albert L. Turner Law Building site is one of 14 early voting sites in Durham County open through Saturday, Oct. 31.
NCCU’s Department of Mass Communication has joined forces with PAN Communications, to encourage career development and diversify employment opportunities for mass communication students.
Physics students now learn to operate a nuclear accelerator at Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory but a new lab at NCCU could open up additional opportunities.
Enrollment at North Carolina Central University continues to soar during the 2020-2021 academic year despite the coronavirus pandemic.
St. Mark AME Zion Church on Roxboro Street will be the site of an upcoming free health event in Durham.
Tressie McMillian Cottom, Ph.D., ’09 was announced today, Oct. 6, 2020, as one of 21 MacArthur Foundation ‘Genius Fellows.’ She earned a bachelor’s degree in English and political science from NCCU.
We are mid-way through the fall 2020 semester and are planning for the spring 2021 semester.
NCCU Health Experts Deliver COVID19 Testing to Rural North Carolinians
School of Library and Information Science researchers will bring citizens in to help examine historic real estate deeds as part of the Hacking Into History project.
NCCU Office of e-Learning Coordinator Racheal Brooks, Ph.D., was awarded the 2019 Directors’ Award for Exceptional Service Representing Higher Education during the virtual Quality Matters Conference.
NCCU's School of Business will launch a lab to expand the pipeline of minority entrepreneurs thanks to a four-year, $400,000 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.