Universities in North Carolina
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137 universities found
Mitchell Community College
Mitchell Community College, founded in 1852, is a comprehensive, open-admissions community college dedicated to meeting the post-secondary education and training needs of the citizens of Iredell County and surrounding areas. The college provides an array of high quality programs at low cost in an historically rich environment.
Montgomery Community College
Montgomery Community College will provide quality educational opportunities including basic skills, occupational, associate, and pre-baccalaureate programs; support economic development by offering workforce training and retraining; improve the quality of life for individuals and the community; and respond to the changing needs of the local, state, and global environment.
Spring sports are in full swing on the Montreat and Black Mountain campuses, and our students are already anticipating the approach of Commencement and the end of the academic year. Excitement is also building in our admissions office, as prospective students and their families are visiting the campus, and new students are enrolling for the fall semester. If you know students who would benefit f…
Mount Olive College
Mount Olive College-Transforming conveys a mandate to aspire to higher levels of achievement. The College sustains a high level of activity throughout the year, but there is a natural time for taking stock of our progress which is marked significantly by the passing of spring commencement. The 2005-2006 year was the first time that more than 700 students have received degrees, about 720 by final c…
Nash Community College
Nash Community College, a unit of the North Carolina Community College System, was founded in 1967 and is a public two-year post secondary educational institution with an open door admission policy. Its mission is to provide adults in the Nash County service area with quality and convenient learning opportunities consistent with identified student and community needs. Over 11,000 citizens particip…
North Carolina A&T State University
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is a public, land-grant, high research activity university committed to fulfilling its fundamental purposes through exemplary undergraduate and graduate instruction, scholarly and creative research, and effective public service. The university offers degree programs at the baccalaureate, masterís and doctoral levels with emphasis on agricu…
North Carolina Central University
North Carolina Central University was chartered in 1909 and opened its doors to students in 1910 as the National Religious Training School and Chautauqua. Dr. James E. Shepard, the founder, served as the President of the institution from its founding until his death in 1947. From the beginning, North Carolina Central University has declared its purpose to be the development in young men and women …
North Carolina School of the Arts
The North Carolina School of the Arts is the University of North Carolinaís conservatory for the arts, dedicated entirely to the professional training of students possessing exceptional talents in the performing, visual and moving image arts. Students enter NCSA when they are ready for focused, intense professional development at the baccalaureate level and in select programs at the masterís and h…
North Carolina State University
NC State is a community of achievers. Whether educating students for the 21st century, improving lives through life-altering research, or partnering with communities, business, and government to create jobs, NC Stateís commitment to innovation creates a culture of excellence that spreads to every facet of the university and affects peopleís lives in relevant, powerful ways.
North Carolina Wesleyan College
During the 1950ís, when the flourishing and democratization of American higher education was setting an example for the rest of the world, the citizens of Rocky Mount began to plan for their own college. What those citizens had the foresight to recognize was the importance to a post-war community of an institution of higher learning. A college would be an intellectual center for the City and for N…
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