“People are like marathons within themselves. Everyone has such a story,” said Mitchell.
“After sitting with faculty and staff and doing my own research, I felt like this was the best fit for me.”
“I know how long it took me to get to where I wanted to be so I try to open opportunities for others.”
“My professors make me love accounting."
“At first it was a little odd because my upbringing was different, but I was quickly accepted.”
“One thing I love about the business school is that they are very receptive to your strengths”, said Prewitt.
“I have learned over the years that I want a constant challenge.”
“I like to give back because I have the chance to help out others,” Johnson said.
“Now that I have all these degrees I want to go back home and give back to my community.”
“I get the chance to connect students with opportunities like studying abroad.”
Join us for Aggie Family Weekend on the N.C. A&T Campus
DORED Lunch & LearnFort IRC, Room 410, 12-1pm
Lyceum Series Presents Brasil Guitar Duo Harrison Auditorium at 7pm
Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium Registration Alumni-Foundation Event Center, Oct. 16
N.C. A&T State University is the top HBCU (historically black college or university) in the state of North Carolina for the third consecutive year.
Each year hundreds of local, national and global companies attend the annual Career Awareness Program and Career Fair at N.C. A&T.
Brianna Benedict, a graduate student in the department of industrial and systems engineering has been invited to participate in the White House Maker Faire.