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.
NCDHHS is partnering with the NCCU’s Advanced Center for COVID-19 Related Disparities (NCCU ACCORD) to ensure comprehensive COVID-19 information is effective in reaching underserved communities in N.C.
The American Bar Association approved that NCCU's School of Law is in full compliance with its Standards and remains accredited for the next 10 years.
Family Fare’s Shared Purpose Initiative has created and fully endowed an Entrepreneurship Endowment at North Carolina Central University (NCCU)’s School of Business.
The Barbershop Harmony Society presented its Innovator of the Year Award to NCCU’s Department of Music for an initiative that introduced traditional barbershop singing to students on the Durham campus.
Free COVID-19 testing and a chance to express opinions about the vaccine will take place at a drive-up clinic sponsored by North Carolina Central University on Saturday, Dec. 19.
North Carolina Central University, in partnership with Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute, will host a play, “A Crisis of Moments,” to air at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19, 2020, on Vimeo.
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.
This year, NCCU alumni and supporters celebrated the university’s 110th anniversary during Homecoming with events that enhanced the spirit of giving.
NCCU alumnus and Chancellor Emeritus Julius L. Chambers will have a Charlotte, N.C., post office named in his honor seven years after his death at age 76.
Asking About Attitudes: NCCU researchers surveyed more than 1,000 people, most of whom said concerns about a COVID-19 vaccine would prevent them from taking it as soon it becomes available.
The financial generosity of members of the NCCU College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities Advisory Board assures that the Eagle Promise lives on for students.
Five new members have been appointed to serve on the advisory board for the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities at NCCU.