Each summer, the TRIO Upward Bound programs host Summer Academy– an intense residential program that provides academic, social, and cultural exposure to program participants. In addition to preparatory classes that students take to get ahead
Category: Diversity and Inclusion
Partnership will create better awareness of the challenges and opportunities facing service member students.
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
This coming year the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR is partnering with the Panhellenic Association in Fraternity and Sorority Life for an exciting new opportunity.
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.
We spoke with student coordinator Eli Whitley, a rising junior in communication, about his involvement in orientation and how he makes new students feel at home.
(Announced by Lexi DeFalco, Panhellenic President, and Sam Fiore, VP Communications, at the 28th Annual Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 24, 2019.) The Panhellenic Association is the governing body of the 10 National Panhellenic Conference (NPC)
Recently, a group of 35 students embarked on a Division of Academic and Student Affairs sponsored learning experience that took them across hundreds of miles and through hundreds of years of Civil Rights history.
“Anything we can do to help make sure there are less barriers for people to have the experience we had at NC State – it’s helped us tremendously in our career paths,” said Neal Bateman.
Nearly 40 percent of college students suffer from “limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods, or the ability to acquire such foods in a socially acceptable manner.” That’s when 75 students from 15 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) schools decided those numbers were unacceptable.