Aggies at the Goal Line

Aggies at the Goal Line (AGL) is a degree completion program designed to help former “Aggies” who did not complete their bachelor’s degrees to return to the University to earn a bachelor’s degree.

To qualify for Aggies at the Goal Line, you must:

• Have stopped out of school for at least two years

• Have a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average at the time of stop out

• Have earned 90 or more credits




Student Testimonials

Tonya Dixon

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Tonya Dixon left North Carolina A&T in 1991 after her grandmother—her support—passed away and various family issues arose. Now that she’s back in school through the Aggies at the Goal Line adult learner program, her daughter, a student at UNC-Chapel Hill, provides her the support she needs to study hard and stay positive. After she finishes her bachelor’s degree, she hopes to earn her master’s as well—and then apply for a better paying job.

Isaac Smith

YouTube Video

Soon after he retired, Vietnam veteran Isaac Smith decided to finish the degree he’d started at North Carolina A&T back in 1962. With a full load of classes in the Aggies at the Goal Line online adult learner program, Smith has earned mostly A’s. The North Carolina A&T tradition runs strong in his family, and he’s looking forward to December 2017, when he plans to graduate—and become a part of that tradition as well.



For more information about Aggies at the Goal Line Degree Completion Program please contact:

Carliss Lee Jacobs - director, Aggies at the Goal Line 

Phone: 336-285-3808
Fax: 336-334-7010