The Aggie Battalion will be renowned for a standard of academic and leadership excellence that prepares our graduates to be commissioned and succeed as the future officer leadership of the United States Army.
To recruit, retain, develop, and commission the future officer leaders of the United States Army and motivate young people to be better citizens through support of local JROTC programs.
The objective of the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) is to train, motivate and prepare selected students with potential to serve as Commissioned Officers in the Regular Army, Army Reserve or the Army National Guard. The program is designed to provide an understanding of the fundamental concepts and principles of military art and science and to develop leadership and managerial potential in the student. A strong sense of personal integrity, honor, and individual responsibility, and an appreciation of the requirements for national security are instilled in all students. Attainment of these objectives will prepare students for commissioning and will establish a sound basis for their future professional development and effective performance in the Army or civilian life.
Enrollment in the Department of Military Science courses is open to all students attending a college or university in the Greater Greensboro Consortium (Bennett College, Elon University, Greensboro College, Guilford College, High Point University, North Carolina A&T State University, and University of North Carolina at Greensboro). The Army ROTC program offers elective courses for undergraduate and graduate students leading to a commission in the United States Army. Students may compete for four-year, three-year, and two-year scholarships. The program also offers nursing scholarships on a competitive basis as a Partnership in Nursing Education (PNE) school. For more information, contact the Army ROTC Department in Campbell Hall, (336) 334-7552.
N.C. A&T is the largest public HBCU in the nation
N.C. A&T is the No. 1 producer of engineering degrees on the undergraduate level awarded to African Americans.
Chancellor Harold Martin Sr. is named among the Triad’s Most Admired CEOs by the Triad Business Journal.
The university’s Center for Academic Studies in Identify Science is the first and only National Intelligence Science and Technology CASIS in the United States.
N.C. A&T is classified as an R2: Doctoral University of Higher Research Activity by the prestigious Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
N.C. A&T is the highest-ranked public school for combining research and teaching by the Wall Street Journal.
N.C. A&T is an inaugural and pioneering tenant of the innovative Union Square Partnership for healthcare training.
N.C. A&T Women’s Basketball team are the 2016 MEAC Champions
Aggies win 2015 Inaugural Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl and Black National Championship.
Running back Tarik Cohen broke the university and MEAC record becoming the MEAC all-time leading rusher.
The 1968 Aggies football team was inducted into the N.C. A&T Sports Hall of Fame as the first A&T team to win a black college national championship.
Three track & field athletes are named to the NCAA All-Academic team for excellence in their events and in the classroom; maintaining a minimum 3.25 GPA.
Former professional bowler Kim Terrell-Kearney named N.C. A&T bowling coach
The United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association ranked A&T men’s track and field team among the top-25 in program history.
JOMC Professor Gail Wiggins selected as the NABJ Educator of the Year
The Band PALO! performed at N.C. A&T for the Lyceum Series
A&T Theatre arts performs first production of “Radio Golf” by African American playwright August Wilson.
The Theatre Program at A&T was the first accredited Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) at an HBCU in North Carolina; second in the nation.
The Theatre Arts Program is nationally ranked by Black Broadway as one of the top five Theatre Arts programs for African American students
Travis W. Alexander has been named National Conductor for the 105 Voices Of History National Concert Choir