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.
This Eagle Alert Emergency Notification as a requirement of the U.S. Department of Education Clery Act, which guides what health and safety information universities share with their campus.
Approximately 1,130 first-year students joined the NCCU Class of 2025, with an additional 470 transfer students registered for fall classes for the 2021-2022 academic year.
North Carolina Central University will welcome 10 students to its Cheatham-White Merit Scholars Program in fall 2021 as part of the institution’s incoming class of 2025.
Kevonne Holloway, ’00, was recently named managing director for Global Education, Reference and Continuity at Elsevier, an international leader in medical, and scientific information and analytics.
Using poetry, NCCU's Advanced Center for COVID-19 Related Disparities is supporting young artists in Durham.
NCCU junior Efhe Ikharo and senior Derrick Stanfield have been named as 2021 HBCU Scholars by the White House Initiative on HBCUs, a program that recognizes outstanding student performance in higher education.
It’s the beginning of a new football season, and we hope you are making plans to join the NCCU Men's Football Team as they take on the gridiron - at home and on the road.
Students in NCCU's Master of Public Administration program, established in 1985, will benefit from an accreditation process that assures them of the highest level of scholarship and professional development.
There are three important updates to current COVID-19 policies and protocols at North Carolina Central University.
The NCCU community remembers Mary Ann Colatuno, paralegal in the Office of Legal Affairs, who passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 4.
North Carolina Central University Chancellor Dr. Johnson O. Akinleye has been appointed to the NCAA Division I Presidential Forum. His term begins immediately and runs through Aug. 31, 2024.
NCCU’s COVID-19 Advisory Team continues to monitor ever-changing COVID-19 data and trends as we have done for the past 18 months.