December 14, 2018

SAU Dean Highlighted in Nationwide HBCU Monthly Webinar Series

Congratulations to the Dean of the School of Science, Mathematics & Public Health, Mark Melton, Ph.D., for coordinating the HBCU Identity Research Center (IRC) 2019 webinar series. These webinars will cover topics such as publishing, grant writing, and developing proposals within STEM. Links to webinars will be available on the IRC website. Until the website is […]
December 11, 2018

Saint Augustine’s University Retains Full Accreditation Status

During the annual meeting of The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) in New Orleans, Louisiana, the SACSCOC Board of Trustees voted to remove Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) from probationary status, for the Raleigh, N.C. Historically Black College and University (HBCU). In January 2019, the University will be notified by official […]
December 3, 2018

Saint Augustine’s University Exceeds Goal During National #GivingTuesday Campaign

Raleigh, N.C. — Giving Tuesday at Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) raised nearly $68,000 to support the University’s Annual Fund. Gifts from alumni, friends, faculty and staff, all contributed to the total. The University was able to meet and exceed a goal of $25,000 through the annual Employee Giving Campaign, Dollars for Scholars Initiative and a […]
December 3, 2018

Saint Paul College Alumni Make $25,000 Donation to SAU

The Saint Paul’s College (SPC) National Alumni Association recently provided a $25,000 gift to Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) as part of the GIVING TUESDAY celebration recently held nationwide. Saint Paul’s College, which was one of three Historically Black Colleges and Universities supported by the Episcopal Church, the others being SAU and Voorhees College in Denmark, […]
November 20, 2018

Birthday Fundraiser to Honor SAU President a Success

Thanks to the generous support from family, friends, alumni and friends of Saint Augustine’s University, the recently held birthday celebration in honor of president Dr. Everett B. Ward raised $62,000. The benefit celebration not only highlighted Dr. Ward’s 60th birthday but was designed to raise funds for the university. “I appreciate the generosity of those […]
November 15, 2018

Business School Dean Lecture Series Brings AT&T, Samsung Execs to Campus

As consumers, it’s easy to notice how competitive the nation’s largest and most well companies, such AT&T and Samsung are in attracting consumers to use their network for mobile use or purchase their smartphones. Thomas Harvey Sr., Senior Vice President for AT&T and Alanna Cotton, Senior Vice President for Samsung visited the campus recently to […]
November 9, 2018

Saint Agnes Highlighted in OMAi – Mapping Stories

Raleigh Arts has brought the international arts collective OMAi to help local artists bring their works of art to life on notable buildings around downtown. A portion of these events, The Saint Agnes Sessions, will be happening here at SAU and are part of the ongoing Envision Saint Agnes Hospital Project. The Saint Agnes Sessions are scheduled for Saturday, October […]
November 7, 2018

SAU Congratulates Alumni Gerald Baker ’14, Wake County’s Next Sheriff

University president Dr. Everett B. Ward, along with the Saint Augustine’s University community, congratulates SAU alumni Gerald Baker ’14, for being elected Wake County’s next sheriff during Tuesday’s general election. Baker, who served in the Wake County Sheriff’s office for 28 years, upset longtime Sheriff Donnie Harrison, by a ten percent margin. Mr. Baker’s win […]
November 6, 2018

Former SAU Standout Quincy January Joins Harlem Globetrotters

RALEIGH, N.C. (Nov. 6) – Former standout Quincy January of Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) is now a member of the famed Harlem Globetrotters basketball team. A 2018 SAU graduate, January is part of a 10-player rookie class announced by the Globetrotters on Tuesday. Below is the Globetrotters’ release about the newcomers including January, who finished […]
October 31, 2018

SAU Student selected for Fellowship Program in Israel in December

Saint Augustine’s University junior Naudia Gay has been selected as a participant in the Jewish National Fund’s Caravan for Democracy Student Leadership Mission to Israel in December. This program is the student component of the Jewish National Fund’s Sponsored Faculty Fellowship in Israel Program. Last Summer, Dr. Tyrell Carr, Assistant Professor in the Department of […]