February 27, 2024

SAU Continues Its Fight to Preserve Accreditation

On Tuesday, February 20, Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) appeared before the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Appeals Committee. The case placed before them was to consider a reversal of the decision to remove Saint Augustine’s University from SACSCOC membership on December 3, 2023. During the appeal, Saint Augustine’s University argued […]
February 23, 2024

SAU Receives Food Donation from Food Lion Feeds for its Food Pantry

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) received a generous food donation from Food Lion Feeds, the hunger-relief platform of Food Lion, a leading omnichannel grocery retailer. Working to alleviate food insecurity, Food Lion Feeds’ donation supports the university’s student food pantry to ensure students have access to nutritious food, allowing them to focus on learning and setting […]
February 23, 2024

SAU Receives $3,100 Donation from CAECA to Support Faculty & Staff

Local community members are rallying behind one of its historically black colleges/universities (HBCUs). Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) received a $3,100 donation from the Chinese American Economic & Culture Association (CAECA) to support its faculty and staff. “We appreciate the Chinese American Economic & Cultural Association’s generous contribution towards assisting our faculty and staff during this […]
February 16, 2024

SAU Hosts AFSP Panel & Faculty/Staff Training as Black History Month Mental Health Event

One of The Triangle’s historically black colleges/universities (HBCUs) is taking an essential step in addressing its campus’ and surrounding communities’ needs. Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) are joining forces to host a special event in honor of Black History Month, focusing on mental health awareness and suicide prevention […]
February 13, 2024

SAU Makes History as the First HBCU to Reach the Semifinals of the NCICU Ethics Bowl

One of North Carolina’s Historically Black Colleges/Universities (HBCUs) celebrates another first during Black History Month. Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) proudly announces its groundbreaking achievement as the first HBCU to reach the semifinals of the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) Ethics Bowl. “This achievement is a testament to our students’ unwavering dedication and intellectual […]
February 12, 2024

Blind Date With A Book at Prezell R. Robinson Library

Drop by The Prezell R. Robinson Library on Wednesday, February 14th, after 12:00 p.m., and you might meet your book soulmate. The library staff will gift patrons books that touch the heart and expand the mind. Each book will be gift-wrapped, so patrons must rely on the “dating profile” on the package to find their […]
February 9, 2024

Four SAU Students Intern with NCDHHS’ Division of Public Health

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) students Anthony Barrett, Macy Daniels, Sean Kalawan, and Akilah Williams have accepted internships with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services as part of the department’s Historically Black Colleges and Minority Serving Institutions Internship Program. This paid spring internship is being funded by the American Rescue Plan Act Public […]
February 8, 2024

SAU Launches Falcon Pride Initiative Fund to Preserve Accreditation

During Black History Month, a prominent historically black college/university (HBCU) in North Carolina takes a significant step towards maintaining its accreditation. Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) is proud to announce the launch of the Falcon Pride Initiative Fundraising Campaign, aimed at rallying the support of internal stakeholders, alums, friends, neighbors, and the HBCU community to demonstrate […]
February 7, 2024

SAU Advances to National Qualifying Tournament of 35th Honda Campus All-Star Challenge, the Premier HBCU Academic Competition

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) will compete in the National Qualifying Tournament of the 35th Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC), America’s premier academic competition for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) students. Four-student teams face off in head-to-head competition and must quickly answer questions about history, science, literature, religion, math, the arts, pop culture, and sports. […]
February 6, 2024

SAU & The Food Bank’s Partnership Reaches Significant Milestones in Addressing Food Insecurity

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) and the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina (the Food Bank) have collaborated to achieve remarkable community support breakthroughs. The partnership has resulted in significant milestones, reflecting the commitment to addressing food insecurity and serving the local population. In a recent Pop-Up Market held on January 23, SAU, in […]