Alumnus (in Latin a masculine noun) refers to a male graduate or former student; the plural is alumni. An alumna (in Latin a feminine noun) refers to a female graduate or former student; the plural is alumnae. Traditionally, the masculine plural alumni has been used for groups composed of both sexes and is still widely used: the alumni of NCCU
So, if you were at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) for two years or even less, or if you finished with your degree, we are looking for you!
If you stayed on campus or in an apartment and attend NCCU for any period of time, we are looking for you!
If you were there in the 50s, 60s, 90s, 2014 or whenever, we are looking for you.
And, if you know someone who went to NCCU, we are looking for them, too!!!
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North Carolina Central University (NCCU), located in Durham, N.C., was named the Tom Joyner Foundation ‘School of the Month” for January.
NCCU was founded in 1910. Upon its founding, it became the first public liberal arts institution for African-Americans in the nation. Other firsts for the University include being the first school in the University of North Carolina System to offer a bachelor’s degree in Jazz Studies, the first school within the UNC system to require all students to volunteer in the community as part of their education, and in 2014, the Men’s Basketball team earned NCCU its first trip to the NCAA tournament.