A&T Honors Program

The NC A&T Honors Program allows motivated and gifted learners in any major to truly excel and make the most of their baccalaureate education.

With Honors seminars and specially designated Honors sections of general education courses; small class sizes designed to promote discussion, skill development, and critical thinking; and mentoring from faculty (particularly within one’s major), every aspect of the Honors Program is tailored to help students grow intellectually and culturally.

In-school benefits of the Honors Program include

  • Opportunities to attend cultural events, travel to conferences, and participate in leadership training activities—at little or no cost
  • The laptop loaning program, enabling students without computers to have the use of one during the school year
  • The ability to register for classes before the rest of the student body

160;The NC A&T Honors Program is a community of enthusiastic scholars on campus, preparing students for career-shaping challenges and a lifetime of creative expression and idea exploration.

  • Discover Honors Program options
  • Learn about the Honors Program admission requirements
  • Apply to the Honors Program
  • RSS Feed

Chevrolet, NNPA Select N.C. A&T Journalism Student for Road Trip Internship

For the next eight weeks, Elae Hill, a journalism and mass communication student at N.C. A&T, will travel the country to discover and share positive, inspirational and relevant stories from African-American communities.

Aggie Autonomous Auto Team Places Second in National Competition

The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Aggie Autonomous Auto team (A3) finished second overall and first in the country in this year's SAE Autodrive Challenge national competition.

New Health Services Management Degree to be Available at N.C. A&T by Fall 2020

By fall 2020, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will offer a new bachelor’s degree in health services management through the College of Health and Human Sciences. The degree was recently approved by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors.