St. Augustine's College (Rowley) was founded in 1867, is a black school history, and the establishment of North Carolina's famous priest to education was the emancipation of the slaves. In the history of one hundred years in the school, the most accomplished in many parts of the African-American graduate of this. St. Augustine's college was the first to have a Campus Commercial Radio and Television University blacks in American history. In addition, it is also Rowley / Durham area only a film production classes in the school. St. Augustine's college is committed to provide a learning community, here, prepare students for academic and mental preparation in order to enter the diverse and rapidly changing world. In order to accomplish this mission, college teachers through a variety of teaching methods to promote the students' creativity. St. Augustine's College awarded the bachelor's degree, professional set up extensive, mainly majors are: communication, primary school education, English, music, history, political science, psychology, religious and community service, social science, accounting, biology, business administration, international business, forensic science.