About Energy Services and Sustainability

The Energy Services and Sustainability (ESS) Office  was created by the Facilities department in an effort to meet the UNC-GA energy reduction goals of 30% by 2015. The ESS is also focused on helping to develop a systematic and integrated approach to the implementation of energy conservation measures campus wide and ensure that the university's continuous energy reduction goals are met.

Mission Statement:

Sustainability at NC A&T implies that our critical activities are (at a minimum) ecologically sound, socially just, and economically viable, and that they will continue to be so for future generations. We will ensure this by emphasizing these concepts in our curriculum and research, preparing students to contribute as working citizens to an environmentally sound and socially just society. NC A&T will function as a sustainable community, embodying responsible consumption of food and energy, treating its diverse members with respect and supporting these values in our surrounding community.

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Aggie Stadium to be Renamed BB&T Stadium

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Aggie Stadium, home to the reigning historically black college and university (HBCU) football national champions and track teams that have won seven conference championships over the past two years, will be renamed BB&T Stadium, thanks to a significant gift from the banking and financial services corporation, officials announced today.

N.C. A&T Professor Partners with Greensboro Parks & Rec, Hayes-Taylor on Edible Garden

An N.C. A&T State University adjunct faculty member, a community advocate, Hayes-Taylor YMCA and North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Guilford County have partnered with Greensboro Parks and Recreation to create the edible community garden program at Gateway Gardens.

N.C. A&T Snags Nominations for 11 Categories in 2018 HBCU Awards

In the eighth year of its awards gala, HBCU Digest has announced nominations for N.C. A&T State University in 11 categories for the 2018 HBCU (historically black colleges and universities) Awards.