Conversations with the Chair (February 2016)

Greetings Fellow Alumni, The Board of Directors was given a charge in August 2015 to take our National Alumni Association to the next level with the new integrated alumni relations Continue Reading →

Season’s Greetings & Aggie Pride!


Dear Aggies:

It’s hard to believe we’re entering the homestretch of our year together.  As 2014 draws to a close, I want to thank you all for a great year and your continued commitment to North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.  During this holiday season, let’s reflect on the many things for which we are grateful. This year has been one of growth and challenges as we continue to transform to better serve you.

We are continuing to implement the Integrated Alumni Relations model and welcomed Ms. Rosetta Clay as Associate Vice Chancellor for Alumni Relations and the Executive Director of the National Alumni Association.  As an association, we accepted greater responsibilities for funding our operations as well as within the National Alumni Scholars Program. Thanks to all of you, we are continuing to mentor and financially support outstanding scholars who demonstrate the preeminence of our beloved alma mater.

If the work of the Association matters to you, or impacts the life of someone you care about, please consider making an end of year gift to A&T designated for to our Alumni Association operations or National Alumni Scholars program at

On behalf of the Board of Directors, we are grateful for your partnership and support this holiday season and throughout the year. If you continue to entrust with us your time, talent, and treasures, I’m certain that 2015 will be even better. After all, THAT is what Aggies Do.
Aggie Pride and Happy Holidays,

Dr. Claudette Bennett ’75
Chairwoman, Board of Directors
North Carolina A&T State University Alumni Association, Incorporated


BOD Member Jerome Myers featured in National Publication

Jerome Myers, class of 2005 is featured in an article entitled “Civil Engineers: The Pioneers of Infrastructure” in the spring edition of “Minority Engineer.” Myers is a project engineering manager for Continue Reading →