PHYSICAL PLANT

Physical Plant provides exceptional service to efficiently operate, maintain and enhance University landscape and facilities.  We strive to provide a safe and effective environment for students, faculty, staff and other customers who visit our University.  Our employees are highly motivated, well-trained and team-oriented professionals who are vital contributors to this organization and the University’s success.

Here at Physical Plant, we provide a wide range of services, from small project management assistance to operating and maintaining campus facilities. If you require a service, click work request to request service.

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DeHuguley Physical Plant Address                  

1601 East Market Street * Greensboro, NC 27411

Emergency - Dispatch Number: 336.285.4530

General Number:   336.285.4500

After Working Hours Contact: 336.334.7675

Fax  Number:   336.256.2575


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N.C. A&T Theatre Holiday Performance to Tackle Alzheimer’s Disease

In honor of National Alzheimer’s and Caregivers Awareness Month, the Department of Visual and Performing Arts and the Center for Outreach in Alzheimer’s Aging and Community Health at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, present “Dot,” a play confronting the realities of Alzheimer’s disease with humor, dignity and love, for its holiday production. 

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To kick off the traditional season of giving, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University faculty, staff and students will unite to grant holiday wishes of more than 200 foster children during the second annual “Winter Wishes in Aggieland.”

Outright Champs Were Outright Dominating

North Carolina A&T got everything it wanted out of its 45-0 win over archrival North Carolina Central in football action Saturday afternoon at O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium. We can start with the fact that N.C. A&T shutout their archrival in the most lopsided contest between the two schools since the Eagles rejoined the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in 2011.