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.
Civil rights leader U.S. Rep. John Lewis will deliver the spring commencement address at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
Dr. Jerono Rotich of N.C. A&T has been selected by the UNC Board of Governors as one of 17 recipients of the board’s 2015 Awards for Excellence in Teaching.
N.C. A&T is joining an engineering education initiative launched by the White House and the National Academy of Engineering.
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