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MISSION STATEMENT: The NCCU Alumni Association aspires to promote a sense of pride to foster a lifelong bond between North Carolina Central University and its alumni and friends, leading to increased support for the University's vision. VISION STATEMENT: To be recognized nationally and internationally as a premier alumni association promoting the spirit of fellowship among its graduated and past students, strengthening its relationship with the university; serving as a catalyst to promote the university's global mission. CORE VALUES: Promoting the University Communication Customer Relations Upholding University's motto, "Truth and Service" The NCCU Alumni Association strives to be the preeminent alumni association promoting the spirit of fellowship among its graduate...
2018-19 NCCU Women’s Basketball Schedule (Printer Friendly PDF) DURHAM, N.C. – Second-year head coach Trisha Stafford-Odom will be guiding the Lady Eagles through a demanding 29-game schedule that features more home games, marquee early-season tilts at University of Iowa and University of Memphis, a Christmas Tournament and 16 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) clashes as the 2018-19 North Carolina Central University women’s basketball schedule was released on Tuesday. NCCU will battle 13 different non-conference opponents over the first two months, including flight trips to battle the Iowa Hawkeyes of the Big Ten Conference on Nov. 17 and the Memphis Tigers of the American Athletic Conference on Dec. 29. Iowa played in the NCAA Tournament last year. The Lady Eagles will begin their
DURHAM, N.C. – The North Carolina Central University men’s basketball program has announced its 2018-19 schedule, featuring 30 games and 12 home dates. The Eagles will play 14 non-conference games comprised of four home games, eight away contests, and two neutral-site games at the Emerald Coast Classic in Niceville, Florida on Nov. 23 and 24. NCCU will open the campaign at Clemson on Friday, Nov. 9, meeting the Tigers for just the second time, and the first time at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson, South Carolina. From there, the Eagles will head to Cincinnati on Nov. 13 before finishing the season-opening road trip at Bowling Green on Nov. 15. Bowling Green is one of three first-time opponents on the schedule, followed by Nicholls State during the Emerald Coast Classic on Nov. 23, and