Aggie News & Event Calendar

February 12-23

College of Engineering "E-Week"

February 21

N.C. A&T Lyceum Series presents: The Dance Theatre of Harlem

March 12-16

Sci-Tech Week


(Details below)


Monday, February 12 - Friday, February 23

College of Engineering "E-Week"

The College of Engineering will observe it’s annual ‘E-Week’, Feb. 12-23. Throughout the week corporate partners and COE Alumni will visit the college to conduct seminars and workshops, hold panel discussions, and prepare students to take their places as “Tomorrow’s Engineering and Computer Science leaders.”

Back by popular demand from last year are the standing room only “How to Derail Your Career Without Ever Knowing Why” symposium, and “Speed Interviewing….E-Week Style,” to name a few. There will also be a corporate networking reception and E-Week banquet to cap off the week. This year’s featured banquet speaker, Chris Jones, Technology Services Sector President, Northrop Grumman Corporation. Northrop Grumman is this year’s Engineers Week presenting sponsor. For more to come.

Tuesday, February 20

"I Love My 1891" Corporate Panel Discussion

The Office of Alumni Relations, Aggie Student Alumni Association, Student Government Association (SGA) and the Office of Career Services will host the "I Love My 1891" Coporate Panel Discussion from 7-9 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 20, in the Academic Classroom Building, room 108. The event will feature six alumni who will speak about their experiences in the corporate sector. For any questions, please contact Jeanette Evans at or 336-433-5570.

Wednesday, February 21

N.C. A&T Lyceum Series presents: The Dance Theatre of Harlem

As part of the Lyceum Series, the Dance Theatre of Harlem will be in performance at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 21, in the Richard B. Harrison Auditorium. Ticket information and pricing is as follows: A&T student admission: free with Aggie One Card, A&T faculty and staff admission: $5, General public admission: $15, Elementary/Middle school student admission: $5, Other college student admission: $5 with valid school ID. For additional information, contact the A&T Ticket Office at 336-334-7749.

Thursday, February 22

2018 Spring Career Fair

The Office of Career Services will host the Spring Career Fair from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22, in the Corbett Sports Center. Over 125 employers and 350 representatives from across the country will attend to discuss career opportunities (full-time, co-op, and summer internship) as well as enhance relationships with the university family. The fair is open to all currently enrolled N.C. A&T students and alumni. Faculty and staff are also encouraged to attend to promote programs and gain industry knowledge. Professional attire is required. To view a list of participants click here. For more information call 336-334-7755.

Monday, March 12 -  Friday, March 16

Sci-Tech Week

The College of Science and Technology at North Carolina A&T State University presents SciTech Week, March 12-16,2018. The theme for the event is "STEM: Prepare, Learn, Succeed." The week consists of visits by high school and community college students who will tour and witness STEM demonstrations conducted by College of Science and Technology students and faculty. More info is soon to follow.


Campus Recreation Center News and Programs

In 2018 we are offering  COMMIT - FIX - FIT.  A lunch and learn series offered by CRC. 

Most people immediately jump into the physical aspects of starting the New Year's Health Resolutions. CRC's professional team knows that before the nutrition and exercise there are several important factors that need to be identified and addressed to set you up for success.

We will have professionals here to discuss some of the issues and obstacles adults face that prevent them from being the healthy and well persons they strive to be. Sign up and we will overcome those obstacle with real solutions.

Feb. 20

Dr. Stover Foot Care (podiatry) Which shoes are killing your progress for the health race of life

"The Right Fit

March 15

Realistic goal setting. All I do is "WIN"


For more information on the Lunch and Learn series, membership rates, body assessments, member services and guided tours, please contact Hermene Westmoreland at or 336-285-4233

Chancellor’s “On-Point” Podcast

New episodes of the “On-Point” podcast with Chancellor Martin are now available. Current episodes are discussing the successes of Gateway University Research Park, Cooperative Extension initiatives and how the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences is operating as a “good neighbor” in East Greensboro. Episodes of “On Point” are now available for iTunes and Android users. Subscribe today. Episodes can also be heard Mondays at 3:30 p.m., on 90.1 WNAA.

Gilman Scholarship Application – Deadline Varies

Students if you receive a Pell Grant and want to study abroad during the summer or fall of 2018, you have the chance to be awarded up to $5,000. Apply for a Gilman Scholarship today. More information and the application is available online. Questions should be directed to Lydia Arledge at or 336-285-2601.

Counseling Services' Spring Life Skills Workshop/Group Series

Counseling Services' Spring Life Skills Workshop/Group Series will begin in February and will include the following:

• Feb. 21 and Feb. 28

Good Vibes Only: Relax, Renew, Refresh - If you are stressed out about school, work, life, etc., these workshops can help you relax and teach you skills to manage daily stressors. Information will be provided about relaxation techniques, guided imagery, and positive affirmations.

• March 14 and March 21

All the Aggie Ladies - This group will provide a supportive, safe space for participants to bond, share coping skills, and address concerns that have a negative impact on women's mental health and emotional well-being. This group is open to all the Aggie Ladies.

• March 28 and April 4

Uniquely You - This group will focus on defining self-esteem and what is looks like. Information will be conveyed through visual content and  interactive activities that focus on self-respect, pride, dignity, assertiveness and self-regard.

Group sessions will be held in room 220 in the Student Health Center. For more information or for ADA accommodations, please contact Counseling Services at 336-334-7727.

Project Success Emergency Aid Program

The Project Success Emergency Aid Program is available for those in need. It is designed to assist students in dealing with unforeseen financial emergencies that, if not quickly resolved, could cause students to drop out of school. For consideration, visit: Grants must be for an emergency situation, not to exceed $500. Requests for assistance with tuition, fees, books, parking, fines, and supplies are not considered emergency and will not be approved under the guidelines of this program. Questions regarding Project Success can be directed to Cornelia Johnson at, or Doreen Moore at

Ladies Night Basketball - Every Thursday

Make sure to check out women's intramural sports basketball from 6-10 p.m., every Thursday, in Moore Gym. There is no cost for admission. Call 336-285-4230 or email for more information. 

Counseling Services

Counseling Services is deeply saddened by the multiply tragedies happening in our world. If you are experiencing distress related to these events, or if these events triggered memories of other life tragedies, counseling services provides a safe and confidential environment to discuss this with a counselor. You may contact Counseling Services at 336-334-7727 or stop by our office in Murphy Hall, Suite 109. For additional resources, please visit this section of The American Psychological Association’s website.

Follow @NCAT_AggieAlert on Twitter

Make sure to follow @NCAT_AggieAlert on Twitter for additional access to emergency notifications and alerts. Aggie Alert is the university text notification system for emergencies, life-threatening situations and inclement weather.

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Student Health Center Hours

The hours of operation at Sebastian Health Center are: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Closed – Weekends & Holidays. Laboratory & Pharmacy Hours, 8 a.m.– 7 p.m. For after hour emergencies, call Campus Police 336.334.7675 or 911.

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