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The mission of F.D. Bluford Library is to support and advance academic scholarship and research at N.C. A&T through services, collections, technologies, staff expertise and spaces. The library is committed to ensuring access to global information resources that inspire exploration, discovery and personal growth. The physical facility offers WiFi access throughout four levels, individual study spaces, technology and media-enhanced collaboration spaces , a tablet-lending program, public computers, and a snack lounge. The library maintains a balanced collection of circulating print and non-print materials, with an ever growing collection of electronic resources available for local and remote access or for download to mobile devices. Archival collections documenting the rich history of the University and the region are also available.

During the regular academic year, the library opens on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. with 24-hour service until Friday at 8:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Variations in this schedule are posted on the library’s website under “Hours”.

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AT&T to Present “The Brand of You” Panel Discussion; Hill Harper to Moderate

There’s more than one way to observe a N.C. A&T Homecoming; education and empowerment chief among them.

A Conversation With President Barack Obama: Beyond Undefeated

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.

Students Receive Top Honors at NBMBAA Conference and Competitions

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.