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Blue Cross NC Announces $1 Million Investment in N.C. A&T School of Nursing

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) announced today that it is investing $1 million in North Carolina A&T State University’s School of Nursing. This is the second investment in a Triad HBCU nursing program by Blue Cross in the last two weeks.

N.C. A&T Faculty, Staff and Students Answer the Call with ‘Aggie Action Day’

On Saturday, April 28. At 9 a.m., faculty, staff and students will meet at the Willow Oaks Community Center to volunteer with community clean-up and other relief work.

N.C. A&T One of the Best Universities in America for Public Relations Degree

In its new listing of Best Public Relations Degrees, College Choice ranks North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s bachelor’s program No. 8 in the nation.

N.C. A&T Theater Arts Program to Present “Detroit '67”

The Theatre Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will present “Detroit ‘67” directed by N.C. A&T Theatre Arts professor Miller Lucky Jr. on April 12-15 and April 19-22 at the Paul Robeson Theater.

North Carolina A&T Announces Inaugural Class of Cheatham-White Scholars

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has awarded the prestigious Cheatham-White Scholarship to 20 of its most academically talented, incoming freshmen.

Duplin County Grower is Top Small Farmer in North Carolina

Ronald W. Simmons Jr., who raises all-natural pork at his Duplin County farm, is the 2018 North Carolina Small Farmer of the Year.

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