The Office of Campus Enterprises is responsible for administering, planning, and directing the University auxiliaries, including the Aggie C-Store, Aggie OneCard Center, Food Services, Mail Center, Ticket Operations, University Bookstore, and Vending Services. This office also supervises and serves as Business Manager for the Athletics Department, Housing, Health Services, Student Union, and Police and Public Safety. Each auxiliary relates directly to the objectives of the University. Its significant contributions to the realization of University objectives are measured directly by the quality of services rendered. Such functions provide needed services and also allow the University to benefit from these services without substantial cost.
Located on the corner of Laurel and Bluford Streets in Brown Hall, the University Bookstore offers a wide variety of services to the university community. The newest addition to its offerings is the ability to place orders online. Place your order today at www.ncatbookstore.com! Freshmen desiring to have their books ready at the beginning of each semester should use the bookstore’s Textbook Pre-Pack Service offered during orientation. A variety of computer hardware and software supplies are available from Dell and Apple at educational prices. The Bookstore offers snacks, school supplies, clothing, cards, notebooks, and calculators! Other services include expanded store hours to satisfy the Aggie in you during home football games, a photocopying machine, fax services and free notary service. For added convenience, a Wachovia teller machine is located in the same building. For more information on the Bookstore’s offerings, please call 336-334-7593 or visit our website at www.ncatbookstore.com.
The Aggie C-Store is a full-service convenience store located in the Memorial Student Union. Students can use their Aggie OneCard to purchase a wide variety of perishable/non-perishable products, which are sold within this unit. Such products include drinks, milk, can goods, medicine, etc. The Aggie C-Store is open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Its convenient operating hours on Friday are 9:00 am to 6:00 pm and on Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.
The Aggie OneCard Center is located in room 215 of the Memorial Student Union. Currently, the University’s patrons and visitors can make purchases at various campus locations. Students, Faculty, and Staff are able to open a debit plan on their Aggie OneCard account by depositing money. The debit plan can then be used to make purchases at vending machines, laundry machines, the University Bookstore, the Tickets Office, the Bluford Library, Health Services, and to 17 purchase meals at Williams Cafeteria, Boss Webster, Aggie Sit-In, Café-A-La-Carte and Freshens. Laundry facilities in the residence halls allow card usage and so do vending machines in many academic buildings and residence halls. This card also operates as an “access key” for specific buildings in Aggieland. Currently, all residence halls and some student labs are equipped with door access readers. To obtain access privileges in any of these facilities, please contact the ITT Help Desk or the Aggie OneCard Office.
If your card is lost or stolen, please report it to the Aggie OneCard Center immediately at 336-334-7114 during office hours and to Campus Police after hours 336-334-7675. This is for your protection and it will prevent others from using your card fraudulently. The Aggie OneCard Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. If you need to contact the Aggie OneCard Center after 5:00 pm or on weekends, you should call the University Police Dispatch Office at 336-334-7675. If your card is lost/stolen/damaged, there will be a $20 replacement fee, which will have to be paid at the OneCard Center.
The University seeks to provide dining for students at the most reasonable rate possible. Therefore, the University operates dining services on a contractual basis providing students with a healthy variety of nutritious foods on campus. Students assigned to University Housing accommodations are required to participate in the dining program. The dining program allows a student to choose a meal plan based on the number of meals per week (any 7, 14, 19 meals per week or the declining balance) or the Aggie Dining Dollars ($100, $200, $300, $400). Each meal plan comes with complimentary flex dollars. Students living off-campus are welcome to participate in the dining program. Dining at NC A&T State University offers students more of a variety with seven different retail locations and a main dining facility.
The University Ticket Office is located in Brown Hall at the corner of Bluford and Laurel Streets. The mission of the Ticket Office is to support the campus and external community by managing and promoting ticket sales for Athletics and other University events. Patrons may also place ticket orders online. Normal operating hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am until 6:00 pm; hours may vary depending on seasonal and other events. The telephone number to reach the Ticket Office is 336-334-7749 or fax your 6 information to 336-334-7382. Call or come by for all your University ticketing needs!
The University Mail Center is located on the lower lever of Brown Hall on Laurel Street and serves only as a postal station. Postage stamps are sold but services such as the purchase of postal money orders or cashing checks are not rendered. The Mail Center offers centralized mailboxes for students assigned to residence halls. Mail is placed directly into mailboxes assigned to each resident. An annual refundable key deposit of ten dollars ($10.00) is required. The Mail Center window is open weekdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and on Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. The window service hours on weekdays (to receive special mail and packages, etc.) will be from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and on Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. The Mail Center also offers express mailing via the U.S. Postal Service, Federal Express (Fedex) and United Parcel Services (UPS).