College of Education

“We are committed to the preparation of professional educators and human service leaders, the advancement of research and practice, and the improvement in the quality of life for all people.”

 In the College of Education, our faculty and staff are committed to the university’s mantra of “Aggies Do!” because we realize strategic action produces positive impact. 

#AggieEducatorsEngage! We prepare reading specialists, instructional technologists, and adult educators who engage our communities by leveraging our knowledge, skills, and resources. 

#AggieEducatorsCounsel! We prepare rehabilitation counselors and mental health counselors who counsel diverse people throughout our communities. 

#AggieEducatorsExcel! We produce classroom teachers, school counselors, and school administrator who excel  

#AggieEducatorsTransform! We prepare leaders in a variety of disciplines who transform their environment by using data, best practice, and cultural competence. 

#AggieEducatorsResearch! We produce research scholars who research perplexing issues by using appropriate methodologies that yield findingns to advance the conversation.

I invite you to join our community of scholars, practitioners, and educational leaders who are committed to equity, access, and advocacy for all people. Learn more about the College of Education, our degree programs, our partnerships, and ways you can give to support our life-changing engagement initiatives and research. Together we can positively impact lives!

 

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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.