Alumni

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Alumni of the CAES will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 18 in the Webb Hall Learning Resource Center. Dr. Shirley Hymon-Parker, the interim dean, will update alumni on initiatives and progress within the CAES, and receive concerns from members. Make sure to attend this session, which is a prelude to the Aggie-Eagle football game at 1 p.m. in Aggie Stadium.

In August 2016, we changed our name from School to College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. But our mission remains unchanged:

To give individuals from diverse backgrounds opportunities for excellence in the food, agricultural, family and environmental sciences.

Fast Facts about the CAES

Enrollment: more than 1,100 students

  • 9 BS degree programs
  • 5 MS degree programs
  • New doctoral program being planned

Fastest Growing Programs

Faculty and staff: 289

Funding: We raise more than $21 million in external funds. We lead the University in funding.

Facilities:

  • Benbow Hall
  • Carver Hall
  • Child Development Laboratory
  • Coltrane Hall
  • C.H. Moore
  • Sockwell Hall
  • Webb Hall
  • University Farm (492 acres)
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N.C. A&T Board of Trustees to Meet Nov. 16-17

The N.C. A&T State University Board of Trustees will hold scheduled meetings, Thursday and Friday, Nov. 16-17, 2017.

MEAC announces A&T as its Celebration Bowl representative

The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference announced Monday night that the N.C. A&T football team will represent the conference in the 2017 Celebration Bowl to be played noon in Atlanta on Dec. 16 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

N.C. A&T Student Named Frederick Douglas Global Fellow; Will Study in South Africa

Joshua Blackwell, a sophomore Industrial and Systems Engineering student at N.C. A&T State University, was named Thursday as one of 10 students chosen nationally for the Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship (FDGF) Program.