Duke Endowment will gift West End property to JCSU, a source says
The gift involves a former A&P grocery store site on W. Trade Street, just south of the JCSU campus.
By Sarafina Wright | May 3, 2021
Charlotte deejay launches new line of bottled water
DJ K.i.D., a Charlotte deejay best known for his work with the Grammy-nominated rapper DaBaby, will launch K2O Water on the Livingstone College campus.
By Glenn Burkins | April 26, 2021
West Charlotte student uses pandemic hurdles as fuel for college dreams
The National Student Clearinghouse reports that historically Black colleges and universities, or HBCUs, have seen a decline in enrollment since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Gracyn Doctor, WFAE | April 20, 2021
On the JCSU campus, new sights and sounds emanate from the iconic Biddle Hall tower
The school has raised money to repair the Biddle Hall clock and bell, and soon nighttime lighting will illuminate the historic clock tower.
By Sarafina Wright | April 13, 2021
CPCC and JCSU announce new transfer program for students pursuing four-year degrees
Under "JCSU Connect" students at the community college will be offered a seamless pathway to a JCSU degree.
By Sarafina Wright | April 9, 2021
JCSU virtual-reality project to showcase Black neighborhoods torn apart by urban renewal
Using grants totaling $307,000, researchers at the school will use computer technology to reconstruct the former Brooklyn and Greenville neighborhoods.
By Jonathan Limehouse | April 5, 2021
Charlotte firm Dentsply Sirona gives $100,000 for N.C. A&T scholarships
The company's board of directors includes a prominent alumnus and donor.
By Jonathan Limehouse | February 19, 2021
N.C. Central is helping the state craft a BIPOC vaccination message
Because of that work, state officials say, more people from historically marginalized communities say they are willing to be vaccinated.
By QCity Metro | February 12, 2021
Three years in, JCSU President Clarence Armbrister talks of visions and challenges
Because of Covid-19, the school recently decided to keep its campus closed for the entire spring semester.
By Glenn Burkins | January 22, 2021