February 3, 2023

SAU Announces $490,000 in Federal Funding for Public Health Education Center to Advance Health & Wellness Initiatives


Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) President Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail joined Congresswoman Deborah Ross (NC-02) and university officials to announce $490,000 in federal funding for the Public Health Education Center (PHEC), formerly known as the Tuttle Public Health Center. Secured by Congresswoman Ross in the government funding package, the funding will help open the Public Health […]
February 2, 2023

Junior, Kyrasani Mitchell, featured in Dix Park’s Living in Color Exhibition


Saint Augustine’s University and the Visual Arts Department extend congratulations to SAU Junior and Visual Arts Major Kyrasani Mitchell. Three of her photographs will be showcased by “Living in Color,” an art exhibition/film festival celebrating Black History Month. This curated event features work by African American creatives from across the state of North Carolina. Kyrasani’s […]
February 2, 2023

SAU Food Pantry Receives Various Donations in the Month of January


The Saint Augustine’s University Emergency Aid Pantry, located in the Boyer Building, 2nd floor, is a service available to SAU students who need additional resources. Headed by Mrs. Joyce Bannerman, the pantry is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students can choose from water, snacks, cereal, Gatorade, toiletries, laundry detergent, and […]
February 1, 2023

Department of Commerce Awards SAU $1.9M for Broadband Upgrade and Digital Equity Initiative


Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) was awarded $1,943,715 from the Connecting Minority Communities Pilot Program (CMC), funded by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Department of Commerce for its University Broadband Upgrade and Digital Equity Initiative.    The funding is part of the $33.5 million in grants announced by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration to expand […]
February 1, 2023

SAU Receives $23,018 from State Treasurer Folwell in Honor of University’s Legacy


Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) received a visit from State Treasurer Dale R. Folwell, CPA, because of a review of data in the Unclaimed Property Division (UPD), commonly called NCCash.com, in which the Department of State Treasurer (DST) staff identified $23,018 belonging to the university. “A strong state is an essential partner to the success and the […]
January 27, 2023

SAU Announces Appointment of Associate Vice President of Institutional Research & Special Projects


Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Runell J. King as its new Associate Vice President of Institutional Research & Special Projects. In this role, which is designed to help continue and expand upon President McPhail’s vision of reimagining SAU, Dr. King will be responsible for numerous areas, including Institutional […]
January 21, 2023

SAU and Carter forge a $75+ million development project


Saint Augustine’s University (SAU), and Carter agreed to a proposal valued in excess of $75 million, which includes developing a 320-unit multifamily project on the property and offers the University the option to invest in the project as a partner. The proposal also includes a partnership between Carter and Swift Services as a minority partner […]
January 19, 2023

SAU mourns the loss of Board of Trustees Member and Alumnus, The Hon. Rev. Dr. Joseph N. Green, Jr.


The Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) family mourns the passing of Board of Trustees Member and class of 1949 alumnus, The Hon. Rev. Dr. Joseph N. Green, Jr. While attending SAU, Father Green was a charter member of the Beta Xi Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma, Fraternity, Incorporated, in 1948. In addition, Father Green served as […]
December 22, 2022

SAU to Receive $490K from Omnibus Funding Bill


Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) will receive $490,000 from the Omnibus Funding Bill for Fiscal Year 2023. The funding is part of the $26,890,641 announced by Congresswoman Deborah Ross (NC-02) for community projects across Wake County.   “I fought for funding for these essential projects because I know they will make a positive difference in our […]
December 21, 2022

SAU Featured on HBCUGo Road to Homecoming hosted by DJ Envy


Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) is one of two historically black colleges/universities (HBCUs) in the country featured on the new mini-series sponsored by Ford titled HBCUGo Road to Homecoming, hosted by DJ Envy. The first two episodes of the mini-series comprise stories from SAU students, alumni, and administrators as they prepare for the university’s homecoming, which took […]