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HOW NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY CAN HELP YOU CHANGE THE WORLD.

N.C. A&T still has award-winning faculty, intensive research programs and community-focused initiatives — but now our campus is more diverse, our curriculum includes nanoengineering and our idea of public service encompasses not only Greensboro, but the world.

We believe in the power of our students to solve problems, both local and global, through technology, business, engineering, the arts and other endeavors. We believe that through exemplary instruction and interdisciplinary studies, through scholarly and creative research, and through courage and community service, N.C. A&T prepares students to enhance the quality of life for themselves, the citizens of North Carolina, the nation, and the world.

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Rankings & Recognition

N.C. A&T graduates the nation's largest number of African American engineers at the undergraduate, master's and doctoral levels as well as the most African American psychology undergraduates. Through our College of Business and Economics, we are also among the largest producers of African American certified public accountants.

True to its heritage, N.C. A&T is home to the largest agricultural school among historically black colleges and is the nation's second largest producer of minority agricultural graduates.

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Our Vision

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is a preeminent land-grant institution where high-achieving scholars are engaged in transformative teaching and learning, civic outreach, interdisciplinary research and innovative solutions to global challenges.

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I've had more hands-on experience as a sophomore at N.C. A&T than I would've had in all four years at another school.