Special Events

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions plans numerous events throughout the year for prospective freshmen and transfer students. Create an account on the Aggie Admissions Portal to receive invitations and to sign up for events. Please call the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 336-334-7946 for questions or for information.

Lunch and Learn Series

The Lunch and Learn Series is an event designed to highlight the accomplishments, research and program offerings for our academic departments. Program participants will have the opportunity to have lunch in a small group setting with faculty and students in their selected areas, work directly with an admissions counselor and get a personalized tour of our campus.

"Rumbo a la universidad" (On My Way to A&T)

March 14, 2014

The mission of Rumbo a la universidad is to provide academic resources and support to high school students and their families. With the ultimate purpose of assisting them in learning more about scholarships, financial aid, student support services, academic requirements, and post-secondary education opportunities. For information, contact Patricia Yandle at (336) 285-4119.

Spring Open House

March 22, 2014

Spring Open House is an all-inclusive day that provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to tour our beautiful campus, interact with students, administrators, faculty and staff, learn more about our extensive academic offerings and becoming an Aggie.

The Aggie Transition

March 24, 2014

"The Aggie Transition" is an information day designed for prospective transfer students. Prospective students will have the opportunity to discuss transfer admissions requirements, financial aid, take a campus tour, and visit with academic departments. A student panel discussion will be available for you to learn more about life at North Carolina A&T.

Minority Male Day

March 28, 2014

The Male Minority Mentoring Program aims to increase university enrollment amongst male minority students, while providing leadership, scholastic and professional guidance utilizing departmental and organizational male mentors. This program provides resources and support to help minority male high school students learn about college access, student support and academic requirements.

You Can Go To College Day

April 22, 2014: Elementary School (Fifth-graders only)

April 23, 2014: Middle School (Seventh- and Eighth-graders only)

You Can Go To College Day is a two-day college readiness program for elementary and middle school students that aims to encourage students to attend college and excel academically in their current grade. You Can Go to College day one focuses on fifth-graders and the second day focuses on seventh- and eighth-graders.

College Counselor Conference

For high school counselors, attendees will interact with faculty, staff and students while learning about the resources available at North Carolina A&T State University. At the conclusion of the workshop, participants can earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through a College Board led training session.

Aggie Information Sessions

For high school juniors and seniors, parents and school administrators to meet N.C. A&T representatives and alumni. Aggie Information Sessions are hosted at locations across the country.

University Day

For middle, high school and transfer students to experience what it's like to be an Aggie for a day. Engage with current students, administrators, faculty and staff, tour our campus, attend admissions and financial aid workshops and attend a student showcase. You can also purchase discounted tickets for the A&T-Delaware State football game.

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