Category: Student Life

July 1, 2015

Organizational Change – Welcome University College

Effective July 1, all academic services units in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) will transition into the newly formed University College, a unit within DASA. The new University College promotes academic success for all

June 23, 2015

Aaron Kopp receives Frank Ormond Scholarship

The Division of Academic and Student Affairs and Health and Exercise Studies is pleased to announce Aaron Kopp as the recipient of the 2015-2016 Frank Ormond Scholarship. Aaron is pursuing a major in Nutrition Science with

June 23, 2015

Student Profile: Kendrick Cobb

Orientation provides leadership development opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Orientation Leaders serve as resources and peer advisors to new students and family members attending orientation programs. Kendrick Cobb Orientation Leader Sophomore, Polymer & Color

June 23, 2015

Student Profile: Rachel Coffman

Orientation provides leadership development opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Student Coordinators build upon the knowledge and skills they gained as Orientation Leaders to take their leadership and professional experience to the next level. Rachel

June 22, 2015

Building a foundation for successful college careers

On NC State’s campus, it’s that wonderful time of year when we begin to see soaring temperatures and an abundance of available parking spaces. June also marks the start of orientation, and New Student Programs

May 28, 2015

All Summer No Bummer with Radio K and WKNC

WKNC 88.1 FM at NC State and Radio K, student-run radio at University of Minnesota, have joined forces to release “All Summer No Bummer,” a collaborative mixtape featuring 20 summery songs from North Carolina and

May 26, 2015

Student Media Receives Recognition for Website Accessibility

Four Student Media websites were recognized in the third annual NC State Global Accessibility Awareness Day Challenge, a month-long contest designed to promote accessibility throughout the campus and improve the accessibility of campus websites. WKNC

April 22, 2015

WKNC creates music visualizer

A group of WKNC students placed second in NC State Libraries’ inaugural Code+Art Student Visualization Contest. Sponsored by Christie Digital systems, the competition called for students to create large-scale, data-driven “generative artwork” for display on

April 14, 2015

Tri-Village Explores DC

This past weekend, over 50 students from the West Campus Villages traveled to the nation’s capital for the second annual Tri-Village experiential trip. Students from EcoVillage, the Scholars Village and the Women in Science and