About the Office of the Provost
North Carolina A&T is proud to offer a broad selection of undergraduate, graduate, distance learning and continuing education programs, spanning subjects as diverse as agriculture and nanoengineering. As the Office of the Provost, it is our responsibility to manage and direct all academic programs at all eight A&T colleges and schools, library services and School of Graduate Studies.
Dr. Joe B. Whitehead Jr. is the chief academic officer of A&T and the provost and vice chancellor for the Division of Academic Affairs. His responsibilities include reviewing, evaluating, and recommending changes in academic policies and programs. Provost Whitehead relies on the support of an administrative staff of vice chancellors and associate vice chancellors of academic affairs to supervise a wide range of A&T programs and initiatives, including:
- Financial Aid
- Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
- Institutional Research
- EPA Salary and Budget Administration
- Division of Information Technology
- Academy for Teaching and Learning
- Center for Academic Excellence
- Bluford Library
- General Education
- Honors Program
- Office of International Programs
- University Outreach
The important work of the Division of Academic Affairs is carried out by an experienced and dedicated staff of senior administrators and academic deans. Learn more about academic leadership at A&T:
You can reach the provost and his staff at the following campus address, phone number and email:
Office of the Provost
1601 East Market Street
Dowdy Building, Suite 315
Greensboro, NC 27411
Phone (336) 334-7965
Fax (336) 334-7136
For the fourth consecutive year, students from all 17 constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina will convene at North Carolina A&T State University for the Social Entrepreneurship Conference on Feb. 16, in the Alumni-Foundation Event Center.
Members of North Carolina A&T State University’s Office of Facilities, other university volunteers and the local Habitat for Humanity, braved the cold air and muddy ground on Jan. 16 because they were determined to fulfill their commitment to help a local family build their home.
A siren test will be conducted at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University at 2 p.m. on Thursday Feb. 11.
University Events Center