North Carolina A&T State University
As one of North Carolina’s three engineering universities, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical (A&T) State University is a public, comprehensive, land grant university. The campus is just 9 blocks from downtown, and the area’s mix of industry with schools and universities contribute to the city’s economic and cultural diversity.
North Carolina A&T has nearly 7,500 students and it is the nation’s leader among colleges and universities that graduate minorities with degrees in science, mathematics, engineering and technology. It is also one of the largest producers of Certified Public Accountants among historically Black colleges and universities.
Notable alumni have graduated from North Carolina A&T, including Dr. Ronald McNair who died in the space Shuttle Explosion; Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Brigadier General Clara Adams-Ender, retired Major; Dr. Joe Dudley owner of Dudley Products, Inc.; and North Carolina legislators Alma Adams and Bill Martin.
The college’s 188 acre campus in North Carolina’s Piedmont region allows for amply spaced student and administrative structures such as the Benbow, Frazier, Coltrane, Cherry, and Graham Halls; Fort Research Center; and the Dudley Memorial Building.
ADDRESS: 1601 East Market Street, Greensboro, NC