North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University was established in 1891 as an 1890 land-grant college. It has become the nation’s largest HBCU with 13,487 students enrolled in the 2022-23 academic year. The university often leads rankings as the top-rated HBCU in North Carolina and/or the United States based on its academic programs and related strengths.  N.C. A&T is a doctoral, high research activity university with a rich history educating the workforce of the future. Talented students are drawn to our beautiful campus located in East Greensboro, where they find opportunities to learn from leading faculty, whose expertise in their respective fields are often called upon and recognized by other universities, professional associations, state and federal agencies etc. Aggies participate in groundbreaking research and secure competitive internships, fellowships and career opportunities with top companies. Approximately 96% of alumni say they would choose A&T again (Gallup Poll).  
A&T has an undeniable annual economic impact on the city of Greensboro, the Piedmont Triad and across the state. The university’s ability to attract students, jobs and firms to the region, as well as the commitment to spend directly in the community, are all driving forces of that growth.Partnering with collaborators like the North Carolina Department of Transportation, DOT University Transportation program, City of Greensboro and Downtown Greensboro, well as industrial partners over the years has made your autonomous shuttle ride possible, and this is just the beginning. Aggies are always doing, never done.

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A&T: Always Doing, Never Done!