• Barton College

    Located in Wilson on a 65 acre campus, North Carolina, Barton College is an academic community of approximately 1,130 students and 200 faculty and staff. Nationally recognized for its programs in education, deaf education, nursing and social work and its championship men's athletics teams, the school maintains a close-knit atmosphere and emphasizes individual attention and engaged learning

  • Campball University

    Campbell is a coeducational, church-related university located in central North Carolina. Students are enrolled from all counties, with most states along the Atlantic Seaboard represented in the student body. Students from more than forty-five foreign countries regularly attend Campbell. The distribution of male and female students is almost equal. The climate in Buies Creek is mild with the opportunity for outdoor sports throughout the year.

  • Duke University

    Duke University was created in 1924 by James Buchanan Duke as a memorial to his father, Washington Duke. The Dukes, a Durham family that built a worldwide financial empire in the manufacture of tobacco products and developed electricity production in the Carolinas, long had been interested in Trinity College. Trinity traced its roots to 1838 in nearby Randolph County when local Methodist and Quaker communities opened Union Institute. The school, then named Trinity College, moved to Durham in 1892. In December 1924, the provisions of James B. Duke's indenture created the family philanthropic foundation, The Duke Endowment, which provided for the expansion of Trinity College into Duke University.

  • Durham Technical Community College

    Durham Technical Community College is a charter member of the North Carolina Community College System. When the North Carolina General Assembly authorized a small appropriation to establish a limited number of area schools to be known as industrial education centers in 1957, Durham already had a vigorous program in adult education through the Vocational and Adult Education Department of the Durham City Schools. A Practical Nursing program had been established in 1948; other programs included training in mechanical drafting, architectural drafting, and electronics technology. In addition, literacy skills training was offered for adults. Courses to upgrade the skills of workers were also offered in a variety of trades.

  • Louisburg College

    For more than 215 years, Louisburg College has been preparing students for success, offering associate degrees in arts and sciences and business, and sending more than 90% of its graduates to four-year colleges and universities. At Louisburg, before we teach you any subject, we teach you that you have something important to say, something significant to contribute. We help you find your voice, your vocation, your authentic self. If you are ready for this exciting journey, then take the next step and check us out in more depth.

  • Meredith College

    Chartered in 1891, Meredith College has grown to become one of the largest independent private women’s colleges in the U.S. We offer a comprehensive liberal arts undergraduate education, as well as coeducational graduate programs in business, nutrition and education.

  • NC Central University

    Since 1910, the mission of North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has been to prepare students academically and professionally to become leaders. NCCU is a comprehensive institution, which offers bachelor’s degrees in more than 100 fields of study and awards graduate degrees in an estimated 40 disciplines. The University has a state-of-the-art biotechnology research institute, which collaborates with pharmacy and biotech companies in the much-touted Research Triangle Park area, where NCCU is found. RTP is home to the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world – GSK (GlaxoSmithKline) and Merck.

  • NC Community College System

    The mission of the North Carolina Community College System is to open the door to high-quality, accessible educational opportunities that minimize barriers to post-secondary education, maximize student success, develop a globally and multi-culturally competent workforce, and improve the lives and well-being of individuals.

  • NC State University

    With more than 31,000 students and nearly 8,000 faculty and staff, North Carolina State University is a comprehensive university known for its leadership in education and research, and globally recognized for its science, technology, engineering and mathematics leadership. NC State students, faculty and staff are focused. As one of the leading land-grant institutions in the nation, NC State is committed to playing an active and vital role in improving the quality of life for the citizens of North Carolina, the nation and the world.

  • NC Wesleyan

    About 900 students in the traditional Rocky Mount program. Another 1,300 students are enrolled in the evening college programs at sites in Rocky Mount, Morrisville, and Goldsboro. North Carolina Wesleyan College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate degrees.

  • Peace College

    Peace College has a long tradition of providing education to women. Peace was founded in 1857 by Raleigh's First Presbyterian Church. William Peace, a Raleigh businessman and church elder, provided $10,000 and eight acres of land for the school. The school was to be named Peace Institute in his honor.

  • St. Augustine’s College

    The mission of Saint Augustine's College is to sustain a learning community in which students can prepare academically, socially and spiritually for leadership in a complex, diverse and rapidly changing world. To fulfill the mission, the faculty fosters scholarship and creativity through varied approaches to teaching and learning; the administration facilitates the enterprise by effectively garnering and managing financial and human resources; and the staff contributes to efficient operations by providing essential support services. Through these means, the College pursues excellence.

  • St. Mary’s School

    Saint Mary’s School in Raleigh, North Carolina, is an independent, college-preparatory, girls boarding and day school dedicated to academic excellence and personal achievement for grades 9-12. Founded in 1842 in the Episcopal tradition, Saint Mary’s School is the seventh-largest girls boarding and day school in the country

  • Shaw University

    Shaw University, founded in 1865, is the first historically black college of the South. Shaw is a private, co-educational, liberal arts university affiliated with the Baptist Church. The University awards degrees at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary


  • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    The University of North Carolina was anticipated by a section of the first state constitution drawn up in 1776 directing the establishing of "one or more universities" in which "all useful learning shall be duly encouraged and promoted." State support, it directed, should be provided so that instruction might be available "at low prices." The American Revolution intervened and it was not until 1789, the year that George Washington became president of the new nation, that the University was chartered by the General Assembly.

  • Wake Technical Community College

    WAKE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE (WAKE TECH) is a two-year, public institution serving Raleigh, North Carolina, and surrounding Wake County. It was chartered in 1958 as the Wake County Industrial Education Center and began operation in 1963 with 34 full-time students. In 1964 it was formally dedicated as the W.W. Holding Industrial Education Center. The college grew rapidly, and in 1987 its name was changed to Wake Technical Community College. Wake Tech is part of the North Carolina Community College System and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.


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