Become an Aggie

To put it simply, North Carolina A&T will change your life! Bring your talent, intelligence and hard work and we’ll provide the resources to take your career, your community and your character to the next level.

N.C. A&T graduates more African-American engineers and accountants than any of the historically black colleges and universities in America. The majority of our engineering students have a job before they graduate. And all of our students, regardless of their major, are members of a supportive intellectual and social community that builds a solid foundation for success.

Aggie Pride

Aggie pride is knowing that your university has produced men and women who have run for president, flown in the space shuttle and occupied positions of influence in corporations, hospitals, government agencies, schools and non-profit organizations across the state, the country and the world. It is pride in our history — the A&T Four launching the civil rights movement — and pride in our present and future achievements, like the opening of the brand-new Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering.

Aggie Spirit

Aggie spirit is what binds us as a community. It’s a stadium roaring with blue and gold. It’s the precision funk of the relentless Blue and Gold Marching Machine. It’s the colors and traditions of our fraternities and sororities and the historic beauty and diversity of our campus.

Aggie Power

An Aggie education has the power to change the world. Apply to A&T and you will gain access to the hands-on skills, the core knowledge and the global perspective to make a real and permanent difference in your workplace, your community and your world. Discover a new drug therapy for malaria. Write a Pulitzer prize-winning article on human rights abuses in Iran. Engineer a game-changing solar car. These are the kinds of contributions that we expect from A&T graduates. How will you make a difference in the world?

Apply Now

Learn more about what A&T can do for you and what you can do with A&T. Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions today.  Or, you may start your application now:

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