Readmission

Office of Admissions & Enrollment ManagementLocation 701 West Monroe Street Salisbury, NC 28144 (800) 835-3435 (704) 216-6001 Hours of Operation: M-F 8AM – 5PM Special Hours on Weekends Download Our Viewbook.CLICK TO DOWNLOADGreetings from the Office of Admissions and Enrollment Management!We welcome all new and prospective students to Livingstone College during this exciting new era of Taking Livingstone College to the Next Level. We invite all prospective students to submit an application for admissions, visit our campus and to inquire about scholarship opportunities. Explore our website for additional information on our academic programs, athletics, campus activities and a host of additional information. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the Office of Admissions. The Redmissions ProcessApplicants should take proper steps to ensure that their credentials are sent to the Office of Admissions as early as possible, preferably not less than thirty (30) days before the beginning of the semester in which they plan to enroll. Applicants may apply to enter the College at the beginning of the fall or spring semester. Admissions personnel carefully review the academic qualifications of each applicant to admit students who have the potential for further academic achievement and growth. 1 – ApplyFill out and Submit an Online Application or A Paper Application and Submit your $25 Application Fee or Fee Waiver Form. Click Here to Apply Today2 – Transcripts & Test ScoresWe require that students submit official copies of their transcripts from High School, and any previous Colleges/Universities Attended. We also request …

SPEAKING REQUESTS

SPEAKING REQUESTSPEAKING REQUESTOffice of the PresidentMail:Office of the President701 W. Monroe ST Salisbury, NC 28144Dr. State W. Alexander, IIIExecutive Assistant to the President &V.P. of Communications & Public Relationssalexan@livingstone.edu704-216-6098Speaking requests must be received at least 30 days prior to the event. Requesting person will be contacted within 10 business days of receipt of the request. Date of Request(Required) Name of Requesting Person(Required) First Last Department/Organization(Required) Phone(Required)Email(Required) Date of Event MM slash DD slash YYYY Event Start Time Hours : Minutes AM PM AM/PM Event End Time(Required) Hours : Minutes AM PM AM/PM Type of Event(Required) Location of Event(Required) Required Remarks(Required) Keynote Speaker Welcome Remarks Preaching Engagement Suggested Length of Remarks(Required) Name and Title of Person Introducing President Davis(Required) Dr.MissMr.Mrs.Ms.Mx.Prof.Rev. Prefix First Middle Last Suffix Who is the Audience?(Required) Expected Number of Attendees(Required) VIPs to be Recognized in Remarks(Required) Additional Information(Required)Please include detailed talking points that Dr. Davis is requested to cover in these remarks. Note that the amount of content provided should correspond to the length of remarks requested. Latest NewsDr. Davis Visits Hillhouse High School in New Haven, Connecticut — With Acceptances ReadyHillhouse High School senior Chamar Lee came to school never having heard of North Carolina’s Livingstone College — until he was surprised…Garette HunterBrockton High School students earn scholarships to Livingstone CollegeBROCKTON, Mass. | Several Massachusetts high school students were surprised Wednesday with the offer of scholarships to a historically Black,…Garette HunterLivingstone College Students Learn from Leading Business Executives in Real-World ExperienceLivingstone College students had a unique opportunity to learn from a …

About Livingstone College

 [column_two_thirds] Livingstone College was founded as Zion Wesley Institute by a group of A.M.E. Zion ministers for the purpose of training ministers in the Cabarrus County town of Concord, North Carolina in 1879. After three brief sessions, directed by principals Bishop C. R. Harris and Professor A.S. Richardson, the Institute ultimately closed in Concord. In 1881, Dr. Joseph Charles Price and Bishop J. W. Hood changed their roles as delegates to the Ecumenical Conference and became fund-raisers with the mission to re-establish Zion Wesley Institute. The Rowan County town of Salisbury, just 20 miles northeast of Concord, gave the Trustees a generous donation of $1,000 and an invitation to relocate the school in Salisbury. They accepted both gifts, and the College re-opened in Salisbury in 1882 with Dr. Price as President. The new site was J. M. Gray’s farm called Delta Grove, which consisted of one building and 40 acres of land. [/column_two_thirds] [column_one_third] [/column_one_third] [spacer] [medium_gradient_button color=”#85b0c6″ url=”{SITE_ROOT}/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/LC-Presidents-Report-2012-full-no-marks-reduced.pdf”]President’s Report 2012[/medium_gradient_button] [spacer] [toggle_box color=”dark” title=”More About Livingstone…”] [button_group] [small_gradient_button color=”#85b0c6″ url=”{SITE_ROOT}/about-livingstone-college/contact-the-president/”]Contact the President’s Office[/small_gradient_button] [small_gradient_button color=”dark” url=”{SITE_ROOT}/about-livingstone-college/senior-administration/”]Senior Administration[/small_gradient_button] [small_gradient_button color=”dark” url=”{SITE_ROOT}/about-livingstone-college/accreditation/”]Accreditation[/small_gradient_button] [small_gradient_button color=”dark” url=”{SITE_ROOT}/about-livingstone-college/founder”]Founder & First President[/small_gradient_button] [small_gradient_button color=”dark” url=”{SITE_ROOT}/about-livingstone-college/message-from-our-president/”]Message from our President[/small_gradient_button] [small_gradient_button color=”dark” url=”{SITE_ROOT}/about-livingstone-college/meet-the-president/”]Meet the President[/small_gradient_button] [small_gradient_button color=”dark” url=”{SITE_ROOT}/about-livingstone-college/presidents/”]President’s of Livingstone[/small_gradient_button] [small_gradient_button color=”dark” url=”{SITE_ROOT}/about-livingstone-college/center-for-hollistic-learning/”]Center for Holistic Learning[/small_gradient_button] [/button_group] [/toggle_box]

About Livingstone College

About Livingstone collegeLocation: 701 W. Monroe St. Salisbury, NC 28144704-216-6827Hours:Monday – Friday9:00 – 5:00Dr. Anthony J. Davis13th President President13@livingstone.eduLivingstone College was founded as Zion Wesley Institute by a group of A.M.E. Zion ministers for the purpose of training ministers in the Cabarrus County town of Concord, North Carolina in 1879. After three brief sessions, directed by principals Bishop C. R. Harris and Professor A.S. Richardson, the Institute ultimately closed in Concord. In 1881, Dr. Joseph Charles Price and Bishop J. W. Hood changed their roles as delegates to the Ecumenical Conference and became fund-raisers with the mission to re-establish Zion Wesley Institute. The Rowan County town of Salisbury, just 20 miles northeast of Concord, gave the Trustees a generous donation of $1,000 and an invitation to relocate the school in Salisbury. They accepted both gifts, and the College re-opened in Salisbury in 1882 with Dr. Price as President. The new site was J. M. Gray’s farm called Delta Grove, which consisted of one building and 40 acres of land.Meet the PresidentDr. Anthony J. Davis13th PresidentPresident’s of LivingstoneDr. Joseph Charles Price, Founder and first president of Livingstone College, served 1882-1893Dr. William Harvey Goler, served during the period of 1893-1917Dr. Daniel Cato Suggs, served during the period of 1917-1925Dr. William J. Trent, Sr., served during the period of 1925-1958Mr. John H. Brockett, Jr. served during the period of 1957-1958 as interim president.Dr. Samuel E. Duncan, served during the period of 1958-1968Dr. Victor Julius Tulane, served during the period of 1968-1969 as interim president.Dr. …

Center for Aging Out

Livingstone College Center for Aging OutMr. Anthony BrooksVice president of Enrollment Managementabrooks@livingstone.eduHome4MeLivingstone College and Home4Me partner to help aging out foster care teens with college educationMay is Foster Care Awareness Month, an observance that is near and dear to the heart of Livingstone College’s 13th president. Livingstone College’s 13th President, Dr. Anthony J. Davis, is a survivor of the foster care system, having emancipated himself at the age of 17, joining the United States Air Force. He was born to a teenage mother, who was only 14 years old. The day he was born, his grandmother – their intended caregiver – died. He and his mother both became wards of the state of Connecticut. His foster care mother was reluctant to take in another child, but she agreed to keep him for a weekend. As divine intervention would have it, she said God instructed her to keep the child. She raised Davis to be an intellectual rather than cultivate his athleticism, though he jokes that he still has a mean jump shot. Davis stayed in foster care until 90 days prior to aging out. At the age of 24, he was reunited with his biological mother, who passed away last year. Davis is an anomaly as it is a statistical reality that less than 1 percent of children in foster care graduate from college and even less – if any other – becomes president of a higher education institution. He has defied the odds and wants to reach back to …

Ben Crump

Ben Crump & Equal Justice NowNational Bail Reform and Over Policing Panel DiscussionDate: ThursdayMarch 23, 2023Time:1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.Varick Location:Auditorium on the campus of Livingstone College701 W. Monroe St., Salisbury,  NCLivingstone President Dr. Anthony J. Davis Requests your presence at a special eventBen Crump & Equal Justice NowNational Bail Reform and Over Policing Panel DiscussionJoin famed attorney Ben Crump on our campus for a civil and critical conversation by leading experts. Moderated byEric Kowalczyk and Bakari Sellers Latest NewsDr. Davis Visits Hillhouse High School in New Haven, Connecticut — With Acceptances ReadyHillhouse High School senior Chamar Lee came to school never having heard of North Carolina’s Livingstone College — until he was surprised…Garette Hunter

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Livingstone College is deeply saddened by the passing of one of its own.

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Student-athlete Eric Henderson, a member of the Livingstone College Men’s Basketball Team, died tragically in a car accident on Dec. 26, 2022. Mr. Henderson was a sophomore at Livingstone College, but a freshman on the basketball team, where he played the small forward position. He was an honor’s student and lived in the Honors Residence Hall. A native of Virginia Beach, Va., he was committed to the team and to Livingstone College. “He wanted to be at Livingstone College. He took pride in being a Blue Bear,” said James Stinson, Livingstone Men’s Basketball head coach. “He was willing to sacrifice to make sure everyone else was OK. He was the ultimate student-athlete. ” “Our thoughts of comfort and peace during this difficult time is extended to Eric’s family, friends, teammates and college family,” said Livingstone President Dr. Anthony J. Davis. Eric was also the great-nephew of Livingstone’s faculty assembly president, the Rev. Dr. Johnnie P. Henderson. While it is difficult as a campus family to lose a fellow Blue Blue, we send our love to Eric’s family as they deal with this tragedy during the holidays, Davis said. “I understand Eric was well-mannered, a hard worker and always smiling and upbeat. May the memory of who he was bring some comfort to those who loved and knew him,” said Davis. The Livingstone Men’s Basketball team is expected back to campus on Wednesday.

Homecoming Shooting Incident Updates

Livingstone College shooting incidentDr. Anthony J. Davis13th President of Livingstone College Media contact:       Kimberly Harrington (704) 371-9757 Second Press Conference with Public Safety Experts.MEDIA ADVISORY Joint Press Conference todayWho: Salisbury Police Department (SPD) and Livingstone College What: SPD and Livingstone College will provide an update to the criminal investigation of the incident on Livingstone’s campus on Saturday, Oct. 15. When: Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022, at 1 p.m. Where: Salisbury Police Department, 130 E. Liberty Street., Salisbury Media contacts:        City of Salisbury –  Linda McElroy (704) 756-4925Livingstone College – Kimberly Harrington (704) 371-9757 Click Here to View Press Conference. Joint media statement on shootingOur thoughts and prayers are with the entire Livingstone College family, and the victims of the incident that occurred on campus late yesterday evening. Read More…

Executive Committee

Back to B.O.T. Access HomeTHE BOARD OF TRUSTEESExecutive CommitteeMembers: Dr. Anthony J. DavisDr. State AlexanderTracy Johnson (Recorder) Bishop Kenneth Monroe, ChairBishop Darryl H. StarnesBishop W. Darin MooreBishop Michael A. Frencher, Sr.Dr. David A. Aiken, Sr.Dr. James R. Gavin, III MEETING AGENDAI.     Call to Order II.     Opening Prayer III.     Chairman’s Welcome and Remarks IV.     President’s Report V.     Adjournment with PrayerDetailsHosted By:Bishop Kenneth Monroe, Chair Start:Wednesday, Feb 8, 20238:00 a.m. Timezone:Eastern/ Location:President’s Conference Room J.W. Hood Building, Third Floor Fall 2022 Meeting MinutesAcademic CalendarRoster of TermsElected OfficersDirectoryBy laws701 W. Monroe St., Salisbury, NC 28144