Giving and Alumni

Invest in the College of Education 

An investment in the College of Education is an investment in our present and future. We invite you to learn more about ways your philanthropy makes a difference in creating a better College of Education, a better Greensboro, a better Piedmont Triad region, a better North Carolina, a better United States, and a better world.

Friends of the College of Education Campaign

The Friends of the College of Education is a non-profit support constituency that promotes the future development of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s College of Education through fundraising activity.The Friends of the College of Education of North Carolina A&T State University, a non –profit support constituency, would like to invite you to become a part of the College of Education’s Memory Walk located at Proctor Hall on the Benbow Road side.

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Cooperative Extension at N.C. A&T Hosts 2018 Grassroots Leadership Conference

Cooperative Extension at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and its Strategic Planning Council, will connect real people with real issues and strategies during an upcoming forum in Greensboro. The 2018 Grassroots Leadership Conference, will be held from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the Alumni-Foundation Event Center, 200 N. Benbow Road, in Greensboro and will focus on the theme, “Access Granted: Healthy Outcomes for Our Communities.”

N.C. A&T to Participate in NC Free College Application Week

Prospective students from North Carolina high schools and community colleges can apply to North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University free of charge, Oct. 15 – 19, 2018. The opportunity comes as a part of the College Foundation of North Carolina’s (CFNC) annual campaign to support college access. 

Holder Visits N.C. A&T for Conversation on Voting

While some North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University students were away from campus for fall break, a group of students from N.C. A&T and other area universities talked politics with former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.