A major repair and renovation project at Elizabeth City State University’s University Suites will soon be complete.
Work on the second floor at University Suites has begun and is expected to be completed by the end of…
Elizabeth City State University plans to continue renting space at area airports to house aircraft as it builds and promotes aviation science as a signature program.
Elizabeth City State University is ending its major programs in communication studies and sociology as it adds new ones in digital media and homeland security.
The ECSU Board of Trustees voted last week to discontinue both majors at the recommendation of interim Provost Farrah J. Ward.
Elizabeth City State University will join a growing number of campuses in the University of North Carolina system and across the nation when it begins offering “living-learning communities” next year.
Enrollment isn’t the only thing rising at Elizabeth City State University. Giving to the university is as well.
John Michael Lee Jr., ECSU’s vice chancellor for institutional advancement, told the Endowment Committee of the ECSU Board of Trustees Tuesday that fundraising in 2018-19 is…
A program allowing ECSU juniors to compete for a Coast Guard scholarship that pays their full tuition and affords them Coast Guard pay and benefits was formalized Thursday at a ceremony attended by both Coast Guard and university officials.
The chairman of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors renewed his commitment to being a full-throated advocate for Elizabeth City State University on Wednesday, vowing the campus never again will be “forgotten” by the university system or state policymakers.
Elizabeth City State University’s Military and Veterans Affairs Center has a new home on campus to accommodate a growing program.
Repairs at the University Suites dormitory at Elizabeth City State University are expected to be complete by Dec. 31.