Faculty and Staff Combined Campaign

The 2019-20 Combined Campaign allows all North Carolina A&T State University faculty, staff, administrators, and retirees the opportunity to financially support our University and our community. Each year our Aggie Family is asked to invest in ourselves and others by making a contribution to N.C. A&T through the University Employees Campaign (UEC), and our community by giving to the State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC).

We have increased our annual combined campaign goal to $450,000. Through our past record of generous giving, we have proved that our collective commitment makes a tremendous impact on our university as well as the agencies across our greater communities. Your personal participation in this year’s campaign is also important as your contributions will be an expression of confidence and support for the well-being of our university and extended community for years to come.

Your support and financial contribution to the Combined Campaign are appreciated.

For questions about the campaign, please contact Regetta Spearman, Campaign Co-Chair, at 336-334-7600 or rkspearman@ncat.edu, or April Cobb, Campaign Co-Chair, at 336-334-7977 or acobb@ncat.edu.

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