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.
North Carolina Central University has a limited supply of all three COVID-19 vaccines: Moderna and Pfizer (two-dose) and Johnson & Johnson (one-dose).
NCCU students brought home a $10,000 grant for the university as top-eight finishers in the 32nd annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge.
NCCU will lift its outdoor mask mandate, effective immediately. Based on risk assessment using key metrics, the university will continue to require masks and face coverings in all indoor facilities.
NCCU Associate Professor of History Tony Frazier, Ph.D., has been named a fellow of the National Humanities Center.
NCCU alumnus Nelson Cooper has channeled his passion for baseball to establish an organization that introduces underserved youth to the sport. The result: Non-profit organization Pittsburgh Hardball Academy.
Over the past year, we have experienced many changes and challenges in our lives and on our campus. NCCU has remained dedicated to delivering The Eagle Promise to our students.
Undergraduate, graduate and professional students earned their wings, gaining advice from two prominent alumni, entrepreneur Jasmine Crowe and UNC-CH Kenan-Flagler Business School Professor Dr. James H. Johnson
The Graduate and Professional Ceremony will now be held at 12 p.m., May 8. The Baccalaureate Ceremony will proceed as scheduled at 8 a.m., May 8.
Members of the NCCU faculty have been honored with awards for excellence in teaching.
Tiffany Crawford’s academic career has been full of ups and downs and twists and turns, yet one thing has remained constant – her will to never give up.
Professor Achamyeleh Debela, of the NCCU Department of Art, was recently honored for contributions to the arts and patriotism in his native country of Ethiopia.
72-year-old Sylvia McCorkle always wanted to earn her bachelor’s degree, but life and unwanted circumstances always seemed to get in the way.