North Carolina Central University

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Founded in 1910, NCCU is the nation's first publicly-supported liberal arts college for African-Americans. The 103-acre Georgian-Revival campus features a bronze statue of founder Dr. James E. Shepard, an art museum, one of the nation's highest rated law schools for women and the L.T. Walker Complex named for former president of the United States Olympic Committee, Dr. LeRoy Walker.

1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham, NC 27707
Phone: (919)530-6100

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