The Media Relations area within the Office of University Relations manages the distribution of university news to the campus community and externally to local, national and international news media.
Media Relations is located in the Alumni-Foundation Event Center at 200 N. Benbow Road. Our office number is 336-256-0863; the fax number is 336-256-0862. After business hours or in case of emergency, call 336-456-1957.
News media contact
- David Arneke, interim media relations director
336-256-0863 (main number)
336-456-1957 (after hours or emergencies)
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Hourly parking is available in the Laurel Street Parking Deck ($1 per hour, $6 maximum per day), located next to Bluford Library, just north of Market Street. There are also a limited number of metered parking spaces in front of and behind the parking deck, behind the library near the Dowdy Building, and near Gibbs Hall on East Market Street.
To park elsewhere on campus, visitors must obtain a visitor's parking permit from the Parking and Transportation Office located in the Parking Deck. Visitor parking permits cost $6 per day. They authorize the guest to park on campus subject to parking rules and regulations. Citations will be issued for any illegal parking or violations of parking rules and regulations.
About N.C. A&T
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T) is a public, land-grant university and constituent member of the University of North Carolina system. It is a historically black university. The university is located on 200 acres in Greensboro, North Carolina, 300 miles south of Washington, D.C., and 350 miles north of Atlanta. It was established in 1891.
The university’s history as one of only 18 historically black 1890 land-grant universities is reflected in its strengths in agriculture, animal science, engineering, and environmental science. A growing student enrollment reflects the demand for North Carolina A&T’s programs in those areas as well as in the arts and sciences, business and economics, education, nursing, and technology.
N.C. A&T also has a rich civil rights legacy. In 1960, four freshman students, now known as the Greensboro Four, are credited with sparking the nationwide sit-in movement at the Woolworth’s lunch counter in downtown Greensboro. Civil rights leader Jesse Jackson is an alumnus of the university.
- Chancellor Harold L. Martin, Sr.
- Board of Trustees
- Senior Leadership
- The N.C. A&T strategic plan: Preeminence 2020: Embracing Our Past, Creating Our Future
- Fact Book
- The University of North Carolina