Events Calendar

February events:

Thursday, February 15

Black History Observance Program

11 a.m. / Julia Chester Emery Gymnasium

The cafeteria and dorms will be closed during the program.

Friday, February 16

Sheryl Underwood Radio: House Party

noon – 3 p.m. / Martin Luther King Jr. Cafeteria

February 16 & 17

2018 NCICU Ethics Bowl

N.C. Legislative Complex Raleigh, North Carolina

One hundred and twenty-seven students from 24 campuses across North Carolina will participate in the annual Ethics Bowl hosted by North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU). The event will be held February 16 and 17 at the North Carolina Legislative complex in Raleigh. The topic this year is “Ethics and the Future of Community.”

Here are the SAU participants:

Campus Coordinator: Shirlkeymu Winston
JonQuill Christopher: Junior, Sport Management
Roy Garris, Jr. : Junior, Mass Communications
Daisha Little: Senior, Biology
Heave Nahra: Sophomore, Computer Information Systems
Aaron Rowe: Junior, Exercise Science
Howard Walker, Jr.: Senior, Business Administration

More information located in attachments.

Monday, February 19

American Heart Association: Basic Life Support Course

6 p.m.

This is a reoccurring class. Upcoming course dates are as followed. If you have any questions, please contact April McCoy at

*February 19th
*March 12th
*April 9th
*May 7th

Monday, February 19 

Campus Screening: “Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities”

 6:30 p.m. / Julia Chester Emery Gymnasium

The University community is invited to a special screening of the documentary, Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities. Directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker, Stanley Nelson, the film examines the impact HBCUs have had on American history, culture and national identity.

Following the showing of the film, there will be a student-led panel discussion moderated by Professor Natalie Bullock-Brown.

Come enjoy light refreshments and prepare to learn about the history of HBCUs, like dear old SAU, which is mentioned in the film.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about this history of HBCUs!

Click here to RSVP for this free event.

Tuesday, February 20

Gilman Study Abroad Scholarship Info Session

noon / The Prezell R. Robinson Library, first floor

Everyone is encouraged to attend an information session led by SAU junior and chemistry major, Isis Thomas, as she delivers a presentation on everything students need to know about studying abroad and applying for this amazing scholarship.

Isis will share her experience as the recipient of the prestigious Gilman scholarship and provide helpful tips on preparing for international study.

This is a great opportunity to hear first-hand from an SAU student who has studied abroad, and to learn how to go about everything from getting a passport to staying safe while abroad.

The application deadline is March 6, 2018. So don’t miss out on how to complete your application!