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.
The College of Engineering ranks No. 1 for the number of degrees awarded to African Americans
U.S. News and World Report ranks the COE in the top third of the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs
N.C. A&T is the home of the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center (ERC)
SAES brought in more than $20 million in research grant funding
The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (SAES) is the largest among the nation’s HBCUs
F.D. Bluford Library is one of the region's premier research libraries
The Master of Science in Information (MSIT) Online Program is ranked No. 7 by U.S. News & World Report
A&T had ninety-eight student athletes earn a cumulative 3.0 grade point average or higher for the 2011-2012 academic year
Freshmen Janay Ferrell placed seventh at the Robert Shumke HBCU Classic
Track and Field sprinter Jarrell Elliott qualified for the Olympic trials
Aggie baseball player Xavier Macklin was drafted in the 12th round of the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft
Aggies will host the 2013 Junior National Olympics
N.C. A&T long jumper Shakia Forbes became the first Aggie female to earn All-American honors in a field event
North Carolina A&T has had 16 players drafted to the major leagues
The College of Arts and Sciences awards one-third of the university’s degrees each year
University Choir has performed for President Obama at the White House
The Music Program has been fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music since 1991
A&T Jazz Ensemble released its first professional CD - Jazz Preeminence
Theatre program to perform at the regionally acclaimed "Center Stage Theatre" in Baltimore, Maryland
A&T Lyceum Series brings provocative, culturally diverse programming to the campus and community
Travis W. Alexander has been named National Conductor for the 105 Voices Of History National Concert Choir