ⓘ List of Leaders of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

                                     

ⓘ List of Leaders of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

The Leader of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, referred to as the chancellor, is the chief executive officer of the University. The chancellor is recommended by the universitys Board of Trustees and selected by the president of the University of North Carolina and the Board of Governors. The chancellor reports to the Board of Trustees for the operation and management of the University.

In 1971, the General Assembly of North Carolina passed a law bringing all 16 public institutions that offer bachelor in the University system of North Carolina. As a result, the University became part of the institution and Lewis Carnegie dowdy, the Colleges sixth President, was appointed the Colleges first Chancellor in July 1972.

There have been six presidents and seven chancellors in the Universitys history John Oliver Crosby was elected the first President of the "agricultural and mechanical College for the colored race" on 25 may 1892. Twelfth, and current Chancellor of North& Carolina,T is Dr. Harold L. Martin, Sr. was elected on 22 may 2009, Martin was the first University graduate to hold the position.

                                     
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