Alumna Angela Caraway has given her time and energy to many NC State Division of Academic and Student Affairs programs. Now, she is giving a new scholarship for first-generation students from rural areas of North Carolina.
Author: Susan Poulos
While students were enjoying spring break, NC State Division of Academic and Student Affairs teams across campus began mobilizing for the anticipated drastic measures to safeguard the community.
As we approach the apex of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Student Health Services team continues the flurry of adaptations, reconfigurations, and regroupings to ensure that NC State students are safely cared for.
Meet the employees who spearheaded the Division of Academic and Student Affairs’ transition to remote work and instruction.
Naila Segule, 2020 Biomedical Engineering and Interdisciplinary Studies in Global Health Communication and Development was selected as one of nine recipients in 2020.
Busy students have the advantage of a free professional development and career readiness series, PackPros, to prepare customized and essential job-seeking skills and tools.
Nearly 70 high school students from eight North Carolina counties will experiencing five days of college life at NC State University July 9 – 13. These students have spent the past school year participating in
Juntos means ‘together’ in Spanish, and the Juntos program at NC State University empowers 8th-12th grade students. Now, they join DASA for an even greater impact on families.
On March 27, 2019, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs raised over $250,000 during NC State’s first Day of Giving.