North Carolina A&T State University students. This section of the website was designed with you in mind. Did you need to obtain some information about your School or College? Why not check out the Academics link? Are you looking for your grades? Check out Aggie Access On-Line. Did your instructor ask you to access the notes from yesterday's class online? If so, you might want to visit the Blackboard website. Information about the Residence Halls and living on campus is available on the Housing website.
Your University provides you with a broad range of educational opportunities - both inside and outside of the classroom. Degree programs are offered through the following schools and colleges:
- School of Agriculture
- College of Arts and Sciences
- School of Business and Economics
- School of Education
- College of Engineering
- School of Nursing
- School of Technology
Additionally, you have an opportunity to earn Master's and Ph.D. degrees through the School of Graduate Studies.
The Office of Career Services (OCS) is here to help you as you plan your career. Corporate recruiters come on campus to interview students for post-graduate employment, summer internships, cooperative education experiences, part-time employment, and full-time positions. The OCS also conducts workshops designed to provide you with career search process skills such as resume development, effective interviewing, and dressing for success.
After you have finished your homework and started your career search, you might want to sit back and relax. Are you hungry? Williams Cafeteria offers a buffet dinner every Wednesday night, a self-serve salad bar, fresh baked desserts, a fresh fruit bar, a stir-fry station, a grill station and an international station. Maybe you would like to head over to the Memorial Student Union for some bowling, a game of spades, or a snack from the Aggie C-Store.
The Richard B. Harrison Players offer a series of theatrical productions every year. You can come on out and view plays that are sponsored by A&T students, faculty and staff members. Do you enjoy reading? From time to time, the University's Lyceum Series presents book discussions. Ernest J. Gaines' A Lesson Before Dying and W.E.B. DuBois' The Souls of Black Folk are two books that have been the focus of these discussions.
Enjoy your visit to this site, and we are glad that you decided to attend North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University!