At 7:15 a.m. Monday morning, Moss Street Partnership School opened its doors wide to greet 420 children of Reidsville on their first day of school.
The first class of students to enroll at NCSSM-Morganton will be arriving on campus in three short years, and plans for their new home are taking shape thanks to increased construction funding from
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke has formed a new College of Health Sciences as part of its commitment to meet the health care needs of rural southeastern North Carolina.
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August 31, 2018
New $51 million college affordability initiative boosts enrollment while improving student quality
CHAPEL HILL, NC -- North Carolina’s groundbreaking new low-tuition plan, NC Promise, is driving significant increases in undergraduate enrollments as tuition drops to just $500 a semester at three UNC System institutions: Elizabeth City State University, UNC Pembroke, and Western Carolina University.
Everyone has heard about “the freshman 15.” However, a Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) researcher is hoping to expose the myth and help college students avoid the weight-gain trap.
With in-depth international exposure, NCCU students are enhancing their student-learning experience.
Elizabeth City State University has been awarded a NASA grant for more than $320,000, funding outreach for STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) education, conducted by the NASA MURE
UNC Charlotte has received approval to offer a Ph.D. in civil engineering; this is the University’s 24th doctoral program.
More than a dozen UNC-Chapel Hill students teamed up with other health care providers to help more than 1,000 patients and provide services worth more than $400,000.
CHAPEL HILL, NC – Following today’s Special Meeting of the UNC Board of Governors, Chair Harry Smith issued the following statement:
“Today’s meeting of the Board was a robust and healthy discussion about the legal issues related to recent events involving the Silent Sam statue on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill. The Board acted in three ways: