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Get Involved - Alumni and Friends

The Office of Alumni Relations offers many volunteer opportunities that invite you to make friends, learn new skills, grow your career network and help build the future of your university.  Stay connected and engaged with NCCU.  We sincerely thank all of our recent volunteers!


Connect with Eagles in your area! National Alumni Association chapters offer opportunities for you to build your local network, help prospective students learn about your university, and just have fun.

Young Alumni

Visit the page for our signature program for young alumni, 40 Under 40.  Did you graduate in the past 10 years?  Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to learn more about volunteer opportunities.  

Special Events

Homecoming, reunions and other fun Eagle events often have volunteer opportunities as well.  Get involved!


Use your voice to support NCCU on the local, state and national level.

Legacy Program

Share your NCCU family tree with us!  Encourage your children, nieces and nephews to attend your alma mater.

Motivational Task Force

Have you ever wondered what would have happened if you knew then what you know now?  Support the next generation of Eagles by returning to campus to mentor current students.  Our Motivational Task Force is a group of committed volunteers who return each year at Homecoming.

Student Recruitment

Help us recruit new students.  Volunteer for the Fall and Spring Open Houses. 

Help Keep Traditions

Help us welcome and initiate our new Eagles.  Return for the annual Eagle Pinning ceremony.

Give to NCCU

Your generosity is a measure of our success.  Give now!

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