A&T Facts and Points of Pride

In order to better serve our students and enhance our institutional effectiveness, North Carolina A&T's Office of Institutional Planning, Assessment and Research (IPAR) collects and provides information and analysis to support and strengthen policy and decision making, assessment and institutional planning processes, and university program improvement.

To accomplish this, IPAR collects and disseminates data that is accurate, timely and easy to understand. It provides analysis and policy research to the university community for operational management and planning. IPAR is dedicated to providing services to campus community, including administrators, faculty, and students as well as to individuals, organizations, and agencies external to the university.

Use the links below to access information about the university, the economic impact of the university on the community, and the make-up of our student population.

The nation's second college established under the 1891 Morrill Act and North Carolina's first for people of color.

Most Affordable of North Carolina's top universities Money Magazine


producer of African American undergraduates in Engineering and Agriculture and of master's graduates in Mathematics and Statistics U.S. Dept. of Education