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.
NCCU Department of Mass Communication students, faculty and alumni recently earned some of the highest honors given in their respective fields.
The NCCU COVID-19 vaccine clinic will be operational on Tues., March 16, and Thurs., March 18, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. for eligible members* of the NCCU and greater Durham communities (first-come, first-serve).
NCCU’s Department of Hospitality and Tourism Administration has been recognized by OnlineU as a high return-on-investment program for students.
NCCU School of Business introduced a new Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree in fall 2020 designed to take advantage of online learning.
NCCU alumna Bobbie Richardson has been named chair of the North Carolina Democratic Party, making her the first African American to hold the position.
NCCU student Tyler Fisher donated 650 copies of his children’s book “Fried Chicken and Yams” to Durham area elementary schools to share his memories of with a younger generation.
NCCU will commemorate Women’s History Month with a series of virtual events that are free and open to the public. The university will host lectures as well as a film screening, wellness activity and roundtable.
NCCU's Women’s and Gender Studies Program will host a virtual faculty speaker series throughout the month of March in honor of Women’s History Month.
North Carolina Central University (NCCU) is approved as a COVID-19 vaccine distribution site. The university has received a limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine.
NCCU School of Education professors Peggy P. Whiting, Ed.D., and Regina Gavin Williams, Ph.D., were honored by the North Carolina Counseling Association at the organization’s virtual convention on Feb. 25.
NCCU's Center for COVID-19 Related Disparities and the NCCU Virtual Justice Project will co-host a community discussion on the COVID-19 vaccine and communities of color.
The IBM HBCU Quantum Center will help universities and colleges expand career tracks for underrepresented students in advanced mathematics and computing.