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My candidacy for Ms. NCCU Alumni 2022 is truly a full-circle moment. Early in life, I knew I wanted to attend a Historically Black College. Movies like School Daze and television shows like a Different World, really opened my eyes to the HBCU experience. Like most people, my college dreams came with costly financial implications. Thankfully, the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association saw fit to grant me a full four-year academic scholarship.
Jade Fuller was born in Queens, New York, and raised in Queens, as well as, Long Island by her loving parents Horace and Lois Fuller. Jade and her sister Jazmin, were both active and studious children. From the onset, education was uplifted as a priority for the Fuller family. Accordingly, following a successful high school career, Jade was awarded a full, four-year academic alumni association scholarship to attend North Carolina Central University.
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NCCU had more then I thought to offer. I’m a recent graduate working in the Metro DC are and loving it up here. I’m originally from a small town in ...
I’m very thankful for the professors at NCCU during my studies there. While going through my ups and downs in my personal life, the professors really assisted me beyond their ...
As an alum and close friends with many in the NCCU Metro DC Alumni Chapter, they have always pushed for alums to join. They are always meeting to see how ...
Former Names – National Religious Training School and Chautauqua for the Colored Race (1910–1915) · National Training School (1915–1923) · Durham State Normal School for Negroes (1923–1925) · North Carolina College for Negroes (1925–1947) · North Carolina College at Durham (1947–1969)
Motto – Truth and Service
Type – Public, HBCU
Established – 1910
Parent institution – UNC System
Endowment – $54 million
Chancellor – Johnson O. Akinleye
Provost – David H. Jackson
Website – www.nccu.edu