North Carolina A&T State University
New Academic Classroom Building, Room 213
Greensboro, NC 27411
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Destination: Aggieland

Imagine yourself surrounded by all the resources and experiences of a large university, while immersed in a caring and nurturing community where faculty members take a vested interest in your success.

North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University(NC A&T) has a student population of approximately 11,000 making it the largest historically Black university in the state of North Carolina and the second largest in the United States. A comprehensive university offering degree programs at the baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral levels, it has one of three engineering schools in the University of North Carolina system. NC A&T has one of only two schools of agriculture in North Carolina.

NC A&T is conveniently located on 188 scenic rolling acres in the center of North Carolina's Piedmont, just blocks from downtown
Greensboro. Experience the best of both worlds, a small town campus feel, surrounded by a culturally-rich metropolitan city.

While NCA&T is an outstanding academic institution, it also maintains a national reputation in intercollegiate athletics.Championship-caliber men's and women's teams attract thousands of supporters and friends to athletic contests on and off the campus.Aggie teams have competed outstandingly in the NCAA Division 1 level in some of the major arenas and fields in the United States.The current athletic teams include football, basketball, baseball, tennis, indoor track, outdoor track, swimming, bowling and cross country for men; and basketball, softball, volleyball, indoor and outdoor track for women.

In the area of intramural athletics, NC A&T provides recreational opportunities for more than 2,500 students.This well-administered program includes team and individual play in football, basketball, softball, aerobics, soccer, weightlifting, volleyball, karate and bowling.

The moment you step onto campus, you become a cherished member of the Aggie Family. Let NC A&T become your home away from home.

Exchange student applications must be submitted through the Exchange Coordinator on your campus. Application must be received by the following deadlines:

March 15
Fall Semester (August - December)

October 15th
Spring Semester (January - May)

Fall 2012 Academic Calendar
30-Jul Monday Last day to apply for Readmission
Last day to submit appeal for academic suspension or academic dismissal
August 8-21 Wednesday thru Tuesday Late Registration Begins ($50.00 late fee)
10-Aug Friday Faculty/Staff Institute - Faculty Report
11-Aug Saturday Residence Halls (open 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.) for New Students
13-Aug Monday Residence Halls (open 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.) for Continuing Students
15-Aug Wednesday Classes Begin
21-Aug Tuesday (11:59 p.m.) Last day to add courses
Last day to switch sections
Last day to drop a courses and receive financial credit (including tuition waivers)
28-Aug Tuesday Last day to receive a book allowance
31-Aug Friday Last day to apply for graduation
3-Sep Monday University Holiday (Labor Day)
21-Sep Friday Last day to remove Incomplete(s) assigned Spring or Summer 2012
October 1-5 Monday thru Friday Final comprehensive exam week (Graduate Students)
October 8-9 Monday thru Tuesday Fall Break
12-Oct Friday (11:59 p.m.) Mid-term grades due
15-Oct Monday Advisement period begins for Spring 2013
19-Oct Friday Last day to defend Thesis/Dissertation
22-Oct Monday Last day to withdraw from a course without a grade evaluation
Defended and approved Thesis/Dissertation due in Graduate School Office
25-Oct Thursday Fall Convocation (Classes are suspended 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.)
27-Oct Saturday Homecoming
2-Nov Friday Last day to withdraw from the University without a grade evaluation
November 5-26 Monday thru Monday Registration period for Spring 2013
19-Nov Monday Last day to submit approved Thesis/Dissertation to Graduate School Office
November 21-23 Wednesday thru Friday University Holiday (Thanksgiving)
29-Nov Thursday Last day of classes
30-Nov Friday Reading Day
December 3-7 Monday thru Friday Final Examinations
7-Dec Friday Waste Management and Global Studies Certificate Awards Program
8-Dec Saturday Commencement
Residence halls close for non-graduating students at 12:00 p.m.
Residence halls close for graduating seniors 5:00 p.m.
10-Dec Monday (11:59 p.m.) Final Grades Due
Calendar for Spring 2013 Semester
Course Curriculum

NC A&T's strength originates with its academic programs, operated through schools of Agriculture, Business and Economics, Education, Graduate Studies, Nursing and Technology, the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering.For more information about the courses offered in each school please click below:


Room and Board
ISEP and Brazil Science without Borders students will have meal plan A, which consists of 19 meals per week in the cafeteria plus $75.00 flex dollars to be used at any on-campus restaurant.Other exchange student can chose other meal plan options.
All students will stay in Aggie Village in the Honors Global LLC. You will share a living space with one other person, and share a bathroom with four other suite-mates.
Keep in mind that all students living on campus must have a meal plan. To view meal plan options, please refer to the housing site listed below. You will complete the housing application once you arrive at A&T, and will pay the $150.00 housing deposit upon arrival. Please visit the housing website for more information.
It is very important that you review the Sebastian Student Health Center website for immunizations required for NC. Please review and fill out the Medical packet and bring these forms and your immunization records with you to NC A&T. Any immunizations that you do not have record or proof of will need to be retaken upon arrival. Please be prepared to pay for any immunizations that you do not have record/proof of.
For information about visas, please visit the U.S. Department of State Website.

Arrival Information

Prior to departure, please contact our office at of the exact date and time of your arrival. When making travel plans you should allow enough time for both air travel and ground tranportation in order to arrive during regular office hours, 8:00 am-5:00 pm.

Students should plan to arrive on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 before 5pm, when a representative of our office can meet you at the airport and transport you to campus. If necessary, students can take a taxi from Piedmont Triad International Airport (PTI) to campus which takes approximately 20 minutes and costs approx. $25.

For students who inform us that they cannot arrive during office hours we can arrange discounted lodging (cost to be paid by participant). We can pick you up from the hotel on the morning of August 8th. The hotel is:

Quality Inn & Suites
7067 Albert Pick Rd
Greensboro, NC 27409
Phone number: 336-668-3638


North Carolina A&T State University International Programs