On this day in 1910, Dr. James Edward Shepard opened the doors to students as the National Religious Training School and Chautauqua for the Colored Race.
Returning to Durham was not only nostalgic but also an honor for famed actress and former NCCU student April Parker Jones.
NCCU will compete in the National Qualifying Tournament of the 31st annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge, America’s premier academic competition for HBCU students.
Ti’Eja Woodson has become accustomed to serving as a royal ambassador for the university in her role as the 2019 Miss NCCU. For four days beginning January 30, 2020, she traded her scepter for a football.
The NCCU Big Band Jazz Ensemble will participate in its annual Valentine’s Day performance alongside musicians from Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
North Carolina Central University is monitoring the progression of a new coronavirus, known as 2019 Novel Coronavirus or 2019-nCoV, that originated in China and is a potential threat globally.
NCCU will commemorate Black History Month with a series of events that are free and open to the public.
The NCCU National Alumni Association, Inc. and the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina are sponsoring a Community Food Distribution for Triangle residents on Feb. 1, 2020.
NCCU Department of Theatre will bring the Tony award-winning musical “Dreamgirls” to the Durham community.
NCCU and Vance-Granville Community College leaders signed an agreement Jan. 28, 2020, opening the doors for more students to earn a bachelor's in pharmaceutical science.
NCCU's Division of Enrollment Management will introduce an interactive campus map in late January to support student retention, engagement, and awareness of university programs.
Brenda S. Faison, Ph.D., has been appointed director for the NCCU Art Museum.
Alumna Rahesha Harrison’s model of cultivating and developing leaders has elevated the academic and social profile of a New York education district.