The Elizabeth City State University Board of Trustees approved a tuition increase for out-of-state students this week that students won’t actually have to pay.
The “paper increase” is only designed to show the real cost of tuition as the university moves to implement a steep…
Elizabeth City State University's latest graduates are looking forward to the future — for their alma mater as well as their futures.
Elizabeth City State University officials hope to get an answer by the end of February on the approval of a $20 million loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
A former vice chancellor for student affairs at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte has been named Elizabeth City State University’s interim student affairs chief.
Recipe for fighting hunger: package vitamins, soy, vegetables and rice.
First suggested almost 80 years ago, graduate degree programs were approved at Elizabeth City State University after a long journey, often sidetracked by racial issues and politics, but eventually achieved through the persistence of university leaders, an ECSU history professor explained last week.
The group of ECSU and UNC officials working to boost enrollment at Elizabeth City State University believe the number of students on campus could total 1,700 next fall when the NC Promise tuition discount program takes effect.
If that happens, it would represent an enrollment bump of 300 students…
Elizabeth City State University faculty touched on current hot-button topics like renewable energy and tensions between the United States and North Korea — as well as more traditional history and culture subjects — at ECSU’s International Forum this week.
Elizabeth City State University kicked off International Week Monday afternoon with an International Tea that celebrated the university’s diverse faculty and student body.
Elizabeth City State University needs a constructive dialogue with the community, current students and alumni in order to successfully navigate the challenges of the coming year, ECSU officials said at a community forum Tuesday.