Office of Emergency Management

The Office of Emergency Management is a department within the North Carolina A&T State University Police Department.  Its primary functions are to ensure the university is prepared to respond to, recover from and mitigate the effects of disasters that could adversely affect the health, safety and/or general welfare of students, faculty, staff, visitors and families.

The Office of Emergency Management strives to provide a safe, disaster resilient university through a comprehensive emergency management program. This program encompasses the phases of preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery. We incorporate partnerships with local, state, federal and private entities. These relationships allow us to support the growth and promote the safety of the academic community.

Primary Programs:

  • Emergency Planning (Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan)

  • Training & Exercise

  • Disaster Preparedness Education

  • Incident Monitoring, Response & Management

  • Emergency Mitigation and Recovery

  • Emergency Notification & Warning (Aggie ALERT)

  • Community and Agency Collaboration

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UNCG and N.C. A&T to host 5th annual joint Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T) are partnering to host the 5th annual joint Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Wednesday, Jan. 18th

A&T’s Martin Takes Top Spot in List of Most Influential HBCU Presidents

HBCU Digest, an online news and commentary website, has named North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr. the No. 1 most influential president of 2016 of the nation’s historically black colleges and universities.

Dept. of Justice Awards HBCU Consortium Grant; N.C. A&T Lead Institution

The United States Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) has awarded the offices of counseling services at North Carolina A&T State University, Bennett College and Shaw University a grant of $549,999.