Chad Dorrill was a sophomore who had graduated from Ledford High School in Davidson County.
COVID-19 cases are on the rise at some N.C. universities and falling at others.
The university plans to put new names on Cherry Hall and Morrison Hall in early 2021. Both buildings are named for former North Carolina governors, neither of whom appear to have direct ties to A&T.
The new document calls for expanding the library, building at least two new science buildings and putting up its first millennial campus building.
The donation comes from Tom and Linda Sloan of Greensboro. The endowed fund ultimately will support eight Sloan Scholars at a time.
A UNCG economics professor is the lead author of a new study that suggests that colleges that reopened their campuses this fall have added about 3,200 new daily cases of COVID-19 to the nation's tally.
The Winston-Salem university has averaged just 2.5 new student cases per day over the past two weeks.
The Alamance County university is now operating at High Alert — the second-highest of four alert levels — and has moved some in-person classes online.
Guilford County's community college sustained a cyber attack earlier this month.