Tuesday, February 23, 2010


North Carolina Central University hosted the LEAD/WHOLE Conference on Saturday, February 20, 2010!

LEAD is an annual student leadership conference sponsored by the North Carolina College Personnel Association. In 2010, LEAD combined with the WHOLE Conferece, which is an annual conference at NCCU centered on the WHOLE woman with a mission to create unity among all African-American females.

The theme for the conference was "Back to the Future." During the Opening Session, Dr. Kevin Rome issued a "remix challenge" to students in attendance. Colleges and universities took about 15 minutes to come up with a remix to TV show theme songs from the past!

See these great performances below! (Sorry about the video quality; not the best!)

Monday, February 22, 2010

NCCU Family 101 Event - Video Recap

Check out the video below!

Eagle parents and families can be involved on-campus too! The mission of the NCCU Parents and Family Association is to foster a positive relationship between families of NCCU students and the university community through active engagement, involvement, and communication with the institution resulting in greater student academic success.

Visit www.nccu.edu/parents to learn more!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Admitted NCCU Students for Fall 2010....Sprint into Action!

Have you been admitted to NCCU for Fall 2010?

Speed into action, and take the necessary steps for enrollment!

It's simple....Visit:

Send an e-mail to orientationfye@nccu.edu or call 919-530-6336.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

FAFSA HOORAY! A Great Financial Aid Video....

The NCCU Office of Scholarships and Student Aid found this great video online! It teaches you some great information about applying for college financial aid....in a fun way!

Check it out today to learn about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Click here to complete your FAFSA today.

FAFSA Hooray!

You can also click here to watch the video.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

College and Stress - Hear it from Kelcey, NCCU College Girl

Kelcey, or NCCU College Girl, has had a busy start to the semester! But she's finding ways to manage her time and handle the stres....

"I have been swarmed with homework and writing assignments just yesterday I was given the assignment of reading W E B Dubois book "Souls Of Black folk" which is a 300page book and I have to write a 3-5 page summary by next Thursday. I only have a week and a half to do this assignment. WOW!! Only a short time, but hey when you are in college you get these assignments. It seems like a challenge but I am sure and determined to get this assignment done and turned in on time."

Read her entire blog by clicking here.