Cierra Harris, college adviser at J. F. Webb High School in Granville County, writes about the importance of preparing high school juniors for their senior year.
How are faculty and students preparing to be successful in the new online environment in which we find ourselves? With much work happening behind the scenes on the faculty side, we want to be sure that students are preparing on their side too. Check out these tips for students.
Laura Mooney, a third-year student studying social work and the general manager for the campus radio station WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1/HD-2, was elected to a one-year term on the College Broadcasters, Inc. board of directors.
Shawn Fredericks, a fourth-year student studying international studies, was among 11 individuals recognized across campus during Black History Month celebrations.
A college adviser from a rural North Carolina high school returns home to help inspire students.
Since its establishment in 2018, the Student Emergency Fund has made over 150 grants, totaling about $70,000. With donor support, the fund will continue to ensure that no student has to choose between addressing an unexpected hardship and staying enrolled in school.
The newly created University Fellowships Office, led by Courtney Hughes, will offer both graduate and undergraduate students support in pursuing prestigious external awards, like Fulbright Fellowships or Goldwater Scholarships.
The Equity for Women Awards recognize faculty, staff and students for their outstanding leadership in establishing equity for women at NC State.
During a packed celebration of Black History Month, NC State honored some of its “Legends” and “Luminaries.”
Being a college adviser means celebrating all students’ successes and being their biggest cheerleaders.