Information about the history of A&T, including significant milestones by year.
Aggie Pride Photo Gallery is a collection of sundry photographs that depict campus life at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University during earlier years.
This collection contains bibliographies, abstracts and full texts of research journal articles, book chapters, presentations, course notes, learning objects, data sets, and other digital asserts generated by the diverse faculty for all the schools and colleges of the University.
Inventory of the Agricultural and Mechanical College Bulletins (1898-1915) and the Agricultural and Technical College Bulletins (1915-1936) located in the University Archives at NC A&T SU's F.D. Bluford Library.
Description of the physical holdings of the Dr. George Simkins, Jr. Collection located in the University Archives at NC A&T SU's F.D. Bluford Library.
Inventory of the Margaret Tynes Collection located in the University Archives at NC A&T SU's F.D. Bluford Library.
The North Carolina Runaway Slave Advertisements project provides online access to all known runaway slave advertisements (more than 2300 items) published in North Carolina newspapers from 1751 to 1840. These brief ads provide a glimpse into the social, economic, and cultural world of the American slave system and the specific experience within North Carolina. Working from microfilmed copies of these rare publications, the project team scanned the ads to provide digital images, create full-text transcripts and descriptive metadata, and develop a searchable database. The NCRSA website includes digital scans of the ads, contextual essays to address their historical research value, full text transcripts, an annotated bibliography to aid researchers, and a searchable database.
The presidents and chancellors of the University, from 1892-present.
The University Archives procures, organizes, collects, describes, maintains and preserves records of historical and administrative value to the university. Here are the guidelines for transferring office records to the University Archives.
Scott Hall was named for W. Kerr Scott, a governor of North Carolina. The residence hall was completed in 1951 at a cost of nearly $2 million, the largest sum appropriated to the University at that time. The red brick structure housed 1,100 male students and included 505 rooms and three apartments for faculty supervisors.
In 1994, a payload conceived, designed, built and tested by North Carolina A&T State University students orbited the earth for 11 days aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour. This collection tells the story of the events leading up to , during, and after this historical event through photographs, newspaper articles, pictures, drawings, and other informtion resources relating to the project.
The A&T Alma Mater is sung at formal occasions such as Commencement. Here is the history of the song, its lyrics & information about the woman who wrote it and the composer who scored it.
Interviews of notable A&T people and alumni.
On February 1st, 1960 in Greensboro, North Carolina, four A&T freshmen students, Ezell Blair, Jr. (Jibreel Khazan), Franklin McCain, Joseph McNeil & David Richmond walked downtown and “sat - in” at the whites–only lunch counter at Woolworth’s. They refused to leave when denied service and stayed until the store closed.
Common Roots: The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical Centennial Story quilt took almost three years to make, has fifty-nine colorful blocks depicting a variety of the events and people that figured prominently in the life of this great institution, and provided interesting and highly creative avenues of expression for the more than 100 persons who lent their talents as artists to design the blocks or as crafters to do the stitchery and quilting.
Since 2010 Students of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University have been submitting electronic copies of their thesis and dissertations to the library along with printed copies for open access to their scholarship in order to enhance the sharing of knowledge worldwide. This collection is searchable by title, author, academic department, major professor , and date.
The University Archives procures, organizes, collects, describes, maintains and preserves records of historical and administrative value to the university and that have significantly impacted upon the African American experience in the Piedmont Triad region.
Willie Ernest Grimes was born in Winterville, North Carolina, a rural eastern town in Pitt County just outside Greenville. He grew up in a close knit family with his four siblings. Willie and his brother, George, who was four years younger, were the two youngest children and were especially close. His parents, Joe and Ella, were farmers.