March 21, 2023

SAU and Wake Tech Expand Partnership to Strengthen Transfer Pathways

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) and Wake Tech are expanding their educational partnership allowing associate degree graduates more opportunities to pursue bachelor’s degrees. Thanks to a new articulation agreement, Wake Tech graduates of any associate degree can now transfer up to 64 credits toward a four-year degree in an applicable degree program at the private historically […]
March 15, 2023

SAU & Erika Alexander to Host “The Big Payback” Discussion and Debate to Advance Equity in Higher Education

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU)’s School of Arts, Social Sciences, and Communications (SASSC) will host a conversation and student-led debate around reparations for Black Americans inspired by the PBS documentary “The Big Payback.” The event will be held Tuesday, March 21, at 11 a.m. in the Seby B. Jones Fine Arts Center Auditorium will feature “Living […]
March 14, 2023

Several Religious Scholars Participated in Panel Discussion in Response to “Unspoken: Is Christianity the White Man’s Religion?”

On Wednesday, February 22nd, the Department of Psychology and Social Sciences hosted an event titled Unspoken: Is Christianity the White Man’s Religion? SAU faculty and students attended the event, as well as community members. After showing Part A of the Unspoken documentary, several religious scholars participated in a panel discussion that was moderated by Prof. Colin Adams (Psychology). The […]
March 14, 2023

SAU Academic Bowl Team placed third in Honda Campus All-Star Championship National Qualifying Tournament

On Saturday, February 25, 2023, the Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) Honda Campus All-Star Championship (HCASC) Team placed third in the National Qualifying Tournament hosted by Winston-Salem State University. Although SAU did not advance to the national tournament in Torrance, CA, they earned a $3,000 grant for the university. “I am still really proud of the […]
March 14, 2023

In a Collegiate First, the SAU Cycling Team Jerseys Featured in Zwift Platform

March 9, 2023 – Saint Augustine’s University (SAU), Raleigh, NC: Zwift is an online cycling training and racing program that enables cyclists to ride, train, and compete in a virtual world against half a million users throughout the globe. The SAU team has used the platform to train since 2020, and team members have competed […]
March 10, 2023

The Department of Criminal Justice and the Zeta Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma Hosts a Law Enforcement Leaders of America Program

On February 28, 2023, the School of Arts, Social Science and Communications, Department of Criminal Justice, and the Zeta Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma (the National Honor Society in Criminal Justice) hosted a Law Enforcement Leaders of America Program in Seby Jones Auditorium. The program, titled “Diversifying the Law Enforcement Landscape,” brought together representatives […]
March 9, 2023

HBCU Library Alliance Board Chair and SAU Director of Library Services, Dr. Tiwanna Nevels, Partners with Harvard Library to Expand Access to African American History Collections

This week, the HBCU Library Alliance and Harvard Library announced a project to sustain and deepen capacity for digitizing, discovering, and preserving African American history collections held in HBCU libraries and archives. The HBCU Library Alliance and Harvard Library are embarking on this project to advance open, public access to archives and special collections pertaining […]
Female students, faculty and staff pose for International Women's Day March 8, 2023

The Women of SAU Celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day

Saint Augustine’s University celebrates Women’s History Month as a time to highlight women and their contributions to society. In the 1970s, educators, historians, and advocacy organizations highlighted the need for more attention to women’s role in American history. Then-President Jimmy Carter responded by proclaiming the week of March 8, 1980, as Women’s History Week, which later became […]
March 7, 2023

Inaugural Graduate Student Appointed to the Citizens Advisory Committee by Mayor of Durham

Sherard Johnson, soon to be one of the inaugural Graduate students of the Master of Public Administration program, was appointed to the Citizens Advisory Committee by the mayor of Durham, Elaine O’Neal. Johnson will be graduating from the MPA program this Spring 2023. “This is an example of how our graduate students are reaching new […]
March 6, 2023

SAU Alumnae Featured in Art Exhibition

Pictured left to right: Karise Baron and Deja Huggins Artists Karise Baron and Deja Huggins are featured in the current exhibition “Angelic Ingenuity” in the Seby Jones Gallery. Both artists are proud alumna of Saint Augustine’s University’s Visual Art Program. Karise, a 2020 graduate, and Deja, a 2021 graduate, completed their studies during the COVID-19 […]