North Carolina Central University is committed to the principles of affirmative action and non-discrimination. The University welcomes diversity in its student body, its staff, its faculty and its administration, and it strives to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all individuals. The following list provides information about support services both on campus and in the local community to address a variety of needs.
Dean of Students Office
Student Services Building, Suite 208
The Dean of Students Office in the Division of Student Affairs at North Carolina Central University provides support and assistance to the campus community with a focus on advocacy, case management, conflict resolution, wellness and crisis management for all students. The Dean of Students is on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to address emergencies and crisis situations on or off campus.
The Student Advocacy Coordinator is available to assist students in navigating unexpected life events that impact their academic progression (e.g., homelessness, food insecurity, and personal hardship) and guide them to the appropriate University or community resources. Students may request an appointment through the Student Advocacy Assistance Form.
Students with disabilities (physical, learning, psychological, chronic or temporary medical conditions) who would like to request reasonable accommodations and services under the Americans with Disabilities Act are encouraged to self-identify and must register with the Office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS). Students identifying as pregnant or with other pregnancy-related conditions who would like to request reasonable accommodations and services under Title IX must register with SAS.
NCCU Counseling Center
Student Health Building, 2nd Floor
The NCCU Counseling Center is staffed by licensed psychologists and mental health professionals who provide individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, substance abuse prevention and intervention, anger management and other services. The Counseling Center also provides confidential resources for students reporting a violation of NCCU’s Sexual Misconduct Policy.
ComPsych provides support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues. Guidance Resources is university-sponsored, confidential and provided at no charge to employees and their dependents. https://myeol.nccu.edu/sites/default/files/2021-02/ComPsych-Resource-Flyer-5-1-2019.pdf
Employee Relations focuses on maintaining employer-employee relations and also oversees the grievance process, fitness-for-duty evaluations and the employee reasonable accommodations process.
NCCU Student Health Center (students only)
919-530-6317 (press 0)
NCCU Women’s Center (students only)
NCCU Counseling Center (students only)
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Office of Spiritual Dialogue and Development
LGTBA Resource Center