Every new NC A&T student comes to campus with a unique combination of gifts and an enormous potential for personal and intellectual growth. The Office of New Student Programs exists to help you make a successful transition from high school, community college, or wherever you have arrived from.
This office connects with students in person as well as through Facebook and Twitter, and the New Student Orientation will give you an opportunity to meet with your academic advisor, register for courses, meet new friends, form relationships with faculty members, and more.
- Learn about student life
- Explore our clubs and organizations
- Visit the Housing & Residence
- See the Student Health Center
To succeed at NC A&T, you must be willing to learn from faculty, seek and accept assistance from advisors, and engage the other members of the University community. The value of your education is precisely what you make it, but we are here to support your growth in every way we can. NC A&T welcomes diversity and curiosity, encourages professionalism and responsibility, builds upon your ingenuity and integrity, and develops the leader in you.
In its 2017 Best Colleges rankings release, the U.S. News & World Report has ranked North Carolina A&T State University at the No. 1 historically black college or university (HBCU) in North Carolina and the No. 2 public HBCU in the nation.
The United States Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs has awarded a $1.2 million grant to the College of Education at North Carolina A&T State University to increase the number of highly qualified special education teachers produced for K-12 public schools.
Each year The National Black College Alumni (NBCA) Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony honors outstanding graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities who have made significant contributions to society and have excelled in their chosen field or endeavor.