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About the Men's Achievement Center


North Carolina Central University Men's Achievement Center (MAC) within the Division of Student Affairs is home to a dedicated team of professionals, staff and mentors that is committed to enriching the quality of students' collegiate experience and ensuring their success at NCCU and beyond.

The MAC strives to deliver academic, social and personal support in an inviting environment to any male student at North Carolina Central University. It utilizes an integrated educational approach with an emphasis on research, theory, co-curricular development, and experiential learning, in an effort to increase retention and graduation rates for men at North Carolina Central University.

The center provides sessions with academic success coaches, referrals to on- and off-campus resources, crisis management assistance and community service opportunities. Without a doubt, there is something for everyone affiliated with the MAC, such as mentoring, networking, advising, leadership and training opportunities, professional and personal development, financial literacy and incentives. We hope you will find many ways to participate actively in services offered by the center. 


The mission of the Men’s Achievement Center (MAC)/African American Male Initiative (AAMI) at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) is to provide its members with relevant professional, and social experiences that stimulate personal ambitions and development in the following areas: academic success, mentorship, identity/self-esteem, leadership, cultural and spiritual enlightenment, and civic engagement with a lifelong dedication to brotherhood.   


To be the vanguard of collegiate African American Male Achievement. An Eagle Excellence community that celebrates and promotes scholarship, diversity, high achievement, leadership, and global citizenship.

Core Values

  • Respect for Humanity (Universal Brotherhood)
  • Global Awareness
  • Spiritual and Cultural Enlightenment
  • Leadership and Service
  • Scholarship
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