Our Campus

Our campus is spread over 188 beautiful acres, just nine blocks from downtown Greensboro and in the heart of the Piedmont Triad—home to an eclectic mix of industries, entertainment, and other universities, and right between North Carolina's majestic mountains and coastal beaches.

Recreation & Clubs Learn about life on campus , see all the student organizations and clubs you can join (including our fraternities and sororities), discover all the sports and fitness opportunities that await you, and explore student hubs like the Student Center and Campus Recreation Center.

Housing & Dining Download a guide for living on campus in one of our residence halls (featuring amenities like web/mobile-enabled laundry, wi-fi access, and computer labs), check out all of NC A&T's eating options, apply to be a resident assistant, or learn about our living & learning communities.

Community & Resources What does “campus community” mean at NC A&T?  Find out at our Multicultural Student Center, or by participating in student government, or by talking to the Office of Student Development. You also have access to student resources like Upward Bound, health services, and counseling.

To learn more about Greensboro and the surrounding area, visit the Greensboro Visitors Bureau website.

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BioSolar Adds N.C. A&T Engineering Team to Strengthen Efforts to Increase Capacity and Reduce Cost of Lithium-ion Batteries

BioSolar, Inc., a developer of breakthrough energy storage technology and materials, has entered into a new sponsored research agreement with N.C. A&T.

N.C. A&T Partners with Zipcar to Offer Car Sharing on Campus

North Carolina A&T State University has launched a new partnership with Zipcar, the world’s leading car sharing network, to offer a Zipcar car sharing program on campus.

N.C. A&T Initiated Urban Farming Enterprise Gets Underway in Food Desert

The first crop is being planted this week in a new, urban vegetable farming enterprise on Phillips Avenue in Greensboro, spearheaded by North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in partnership with Concerned Citizens of North East Greensboro (CCNEG).