The Division of Human Resources
Welcome to the Division of Human Resources at North Carolina A&T State University. We hope you find the information and resources on our website to be very informative, easily accessible and customer-focused. The navigation tools will guide you to multiple resources whether you are an applicant seeking employment opportunities or an existing employee seeking policy guidance, understanding of human resources’ services or “how to" tools such as forms and electronic business processes.
The Division of Human Resources provides comprehensive programs and consultative services to support the recruitment and retention of high performing faculty and staff at the University, as well as, to develop an interdisciplinary workforce and inclusive work culture, to effectively align with the University ‘s mission, vision and values. These diverse services include: Recruitment and Selection for permanent and temporary employees, including student workers; Benefits; Professional Development; Compensation and Classification; Employee Relations and Equal Employment Opportunity, and Banner HR/Payroll enterprise-wide services.
There’s more than one way to observe a N.C. A&T Homecoming; education and empowerment chief among them.
Among a crowd of ambitious students, innovative faculty and staff, alumni and special guests, the 44th President of the United States sat down with ESPN’s Stan Verrett at North Carolina A&T State University for a conversation on sports, race and achievement.
The College of Business and Economics participated in the National Black MBA Association Undergraduate Case Competitions during the 2016 NBMBAA Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Annual Benefits Registration October 1st - October 31st
- 2017 Benefits Enrollment Presentation
- 2016 Holiday Schedule
- Disability Employment Awareness Month
- Legislative Salary Increase for permanent SHRA and EHRA employees
- New Faculty and Staff Appointments - Academic Year 2016-2017
- Permanent New Employee Start Dates
- University of North Carolina Reminders Regarding University Employees and Political Activities