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Thanks for visiting the NCCU Alumni Association website!  Whether this is your first visit or one of the many times you have visited, I’m glad you stopped by.  As the Alumni Association continues to grow and expand its outreach to alumni and friends, this website is the primary source of information to learn about Alumni Association meetings, activities, events and University news.
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Queen to Queen Inc. Launches DC Chapter Print E-mail
 
Queen to Queen, Inc. was founded in 2009 by two former queens of NC A&T State University. Our vision was to build a network of former HBCU Queens to provide support to one another, give back to our communities, and educate the world about the legacy of HBCU Queens. Since 2009, we have had the amazing opportunity to see our organization grow tremendously and will be launching chapters in DC, Greensboro, NC, and Atlanta, GA.
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North Carolina Central University ALUMNI Celebrate ASBC HBCU Weekend Print E-mail
  
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Jerry Mack Named New NCCU Football Head Coach Print E-mail
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Thursday, 26 December 2013 14:41

 JERRY MACK NAMED HEAD FOOTBALL COACH AT NCCU

Pictured: Dr. Dwight Perry, Chair of Board of Trustees; Dr. Ingrid Wicker-McCree, Director of Athletics; Jerry Mack, Head Football Coach; Dr. Debra Saunders-White, Chancellor 

 

DURHAM, N.C. - With 10 years of coaching experience, including stints with five NCAA Division I programs and two conference championship teams, Jerry Mack was announced as North Carolina Central University's 22nd head football coach on Thursday (Dec. 19) during a press conference in the Alfonso Elder Student Union on the campus of NCCU.

A native of Memphis, Tenn., Mack, 33, becomes the third-youngest active Division I head football coach. Only Paul Nichols of Davidson (born Jan. 25, 1981) and P.J. Fleck of Western Michigan (born Nov. 29, 1980) are younger than Mack (born Oct. 24, 1980).

Mack comes to NCCU after spending the past two seasons with the University of South Alabama as wide receivers coach. During that time, three of his receivers finished among the top five on South Alabama's single-season record lists for receptions and receiving yards. 

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Calvin Kearney Pinning the Chancellor as a member of the NCCU Alumni Association Print E-mail
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Friday, 19 July 2013 08:24
 

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