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June Open House at Metropolitan College of Professional Studies

If you are you looking for a realistic way to earn your college degree, you will want to hear what we have to offer.  Meet us at the Metropolitan College Building (#34), on the campus of Johnson… (view story)

Free six-week workshop for small businesses will be held at JCSU

The Carolina Small Business Development Fund in partnership with Johnson C. Smith University and the City of Charlotte will be offering the second cohort of this FREE six-week training program for small businesses and entrepreneurs in the… (view story)

JCSU first HBCU to offer Lactation Consultant Training Program

Charlotte, N.C. / April 9, 2019— North Carolina has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the country, with Black infants dying at a rate more than twice that of Non-Hispanic White infants. While… (view story)

Dr. Lucinda Blue published by The Nontrad Journal

On its most recent edition, The Nontrad Journal published an article that included by Dr. Lucinda Blue’s perspectives on opportunities and challenges for the adult student to thrive. Dr. Blue serves as Interim Chair, Business… (view story)

Dr. Melita Pope Mitchell named one of the most influential African Americans in Union County

Please join us as we celebrate Dr. Melita Pope Mitchell's recognition by the Union County Weekly as one of the twenty one most influential African American leaders in Union County. Dr. Mitchell serves at Johnson… (view story)

JCSU’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies supports the Latino comunity

Charlotte, NC. October 1, 2018. Johnson C. Smith University’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies attended for the fourth year in a row the 2018 Latin American Excelente Awards. This was a remarkable occasion to continue… (view story)

Leadership Seminar by US Marine Corps was held at JCSU

Charlotte, NC. September 5, 2018. This year the US Marine Corps brought “Marine Week” to Charlotte. As part of its series of events, Johnson C. Smith University was identified as one of the college hosts… (view story)

Metropolitan College of Professional Studies introduces fully online courses for students seeking Lateral Entry Licensure in Physical Education (K-12) and Health and Physical Education (K-12)

August 6, 2018/Charlotte, N.C.— Johnson C. Smith University’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies is pleased to announce its brand new offering of fully online courses that satisfy the requirements of all competencies for Health and… (view story)

Real estate workshop was successfully held at JCSU

Charlotte, North Carolina. June 23, 2018 - As part of the series of certificate programs at JCSU’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies, a group of 16 individuals participated in the workshop of “Introduction to Property… (view story)

“Caminos Hacia el Éxito” creates partnership to help Latino women

June 12, 2018. Charlotte, North Carolina. – A group of fourteen Latino women graduated from the ESL Program “Caminos Hacia el Éxito” (Pathways to Success) on Tuesday June, 5th. This modality of the program, coordinated… (view story)

International conversation on racial and immigration issues was hosted at Johnson C. Smith University

On Wednesday May 2, 2018, Johnson C. Smith University hosted a delegation of nine German professionals and local community leaders to hold a critical conversation on challenges and best practices for racial and immigration integration.… (view story)

Afro Latinos Celebrate the Black Diaspora at Johnson C. Smith University

On Tuesday, February 27, 2018 a group of community members and leaders got together to discuss on an important topic that is fundamental to what it means to be Latino or Hispanic of black ancestry.… (view story)

Documentary “Women Like Us” screened at Johnson C. Smith University during 2018 Women’s Month

Metropolitan College of Professional Studies in partnership with the Department of Political Science at Johnson C. Smith University, came together to host a screening of the inspirational documentary “Women Like Us”. This event was part of The… (view story)

JCSU’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies hosts the National ANTSHE Conference and brings home the ANTSHE President’s Scholarship Award 2018

March 15 through 17, 2018 marked a milestone in the history of Johnson C. Smith University’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies, as it hosted the National ANTSHE Conference. The Association of Non Traditional Students in… (view story)

JCSU’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies was present at the 2018 Leadership Symposium by the National Black MBA Association in Charlotte

  On Saturday, February 10, 2018, Tracy Sullivan and Angela Silver, seniors at Johnson C. Smith University’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies, attended the 2018 Leadership Symposium by the National Black MBA Association in Charlotte… (view story)

The ANTSHE Conference will be held on March 15-17 on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University

"The Fight for Academic Equity: Creating Social Cohesiveness Between the Adult Learner and College" 15-17 March, 2018 Conference | Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC Join us in Charlotte the “Queen City”! As in previous years,… (view story)

Spring Term 1 2018 schedule is available now!

Please click on the link below to see the whole document with the schedule: SPRING TERM I 2018 (view story)

Gates Foundation video highlights Metropolitan College

Johnson C. Smith University’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies received a visit by a team from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Sept. 5-7, 2017, looking for stories to be included in a short video… (view story)

Metropolitan College celebrates partnerships with Latino community

On September 30th, 2017, Johnson C. Smith University’s Metropolitan College of Professional Studies took the opportunity to celebrate the excellence and collaborative efforts of the Hispanic community in Charlotte. For the third year in a… (view story)

New certificate programs at Metro were featured on WBTV

Dr. Lucinda Blue, assistant professor of business in the Metropolitan College of Professional Studies, and adjunct professor of computer science in University College, was featured Sept. 29, 2017, on WBTV. Dr. Blue was interviewed by… (view story)

Metropolitan College Academic Calendar 2017-2018

Please click on the link below to access your 2017-2018 academic calendar: Final Academic Calendar 2017-2018 - Metropolitan College Adult Degree Program (view story)

Metropolitan College's student triumphs on debate contest

More than 20 universities across North Carolina participated in the NCICU's "Ethics and the Law" debate tournament Feb. 18, 2017. Our Golden Bulls won three of four tournament rounds in the Raleigh competition, earning their… (view story)

The Mobile Vet Center visits JCSU’s Campus to serve the veteran community

Please stop by and take advantage of the support and information services provided by the Mobile Vet Center. The specialized staff will be available at “The Block” until 2 pm on Monday December 5th, 2016… (view story)

New fully online degrees at Metropolitan College

JCSU’s Metropolitan College has something new for you! As of Spring 2017, we will offer two new fully online degrees: Criminology and Interdisciplinary Studies. Call us or visit us now for more information at 704… (view story)

Metropolitan College supports the success of the Hispanic Community

For inmediate Release: September 20, 2016 Charlotte, North Carolina. Johnson C. Smith University’s Metropolitan College was present for the second year in a row at the 2016 La Noticia Latin American Excelente Awards. “It is… (view story)

Recent Metro Graduate Taking The Next Step

On July 1, 2016, Eboni Moran became an inaugural recipient of the 2016 UNCF Achievement Capstone Scholarship. The Metropolitan College 2016 graduate, who returned to JCSU for her Master of Social Work degree, received the… (view story)

Meet your new 2016-17 ANTSHE President, Mr. Earlee Corbin

[caption id="attachment_746" align="alignright" width="300"] Earlee Corbin, Metropolitan College Student of Business Administration, takes selfie with Bill Gates.[/caption] Greetings Metropolitan Family, As the new semester approaches, I want to proudly welcome you to Metropolitan College of… (view story)

“Caminos Hacia el Éxito” celebrates the first graduation of 2016

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On May 12th, Metropolitan College’s English as a Second Language students celebrated their graduation. After two months of hard work to strengthen their English skills, the “Caminos Hacia el Éxito” students accomplished their Level I… (view story)

Meeting students where they are

[vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On February 11-13, 2016, President Ronald L. Carter, CFO Greg Petzke and University College Dean Antonio Henley flew out to Seattle with Metropolitan College’s very own Earlee Corbin, and three other JCSU students to meet… (view story)