The Division of Academic and Student Affairs partnered with several other departments across the university to develop the Keep Learning website, which provides resources and support for students acclimating to remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis.
Category: Student Resources
Jon Palmer, Daniel Haller, and Noah Wolfe have each received the Goldwater Scholarship—the most prestigious and competitive undergraduate award for STEM students in the country.
Financial support has allowed first-generation student Thomas Peters to pursue his love for music as drum major for NC State’s marching band and his goal of a career in information technology.
NC State College of Education professor Jessica Hunt and Mark Newmiller, director of the Disability Resources Office, share tips for helping college students with disabilities learn remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanks to a massive campuswide effort in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, NC State’s food pantry continues to serve the students, faculty and staff who need it most.
Despite the cancellation of in-person events, NC State Women’s Center plans to spread important messages through virtual activities as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancelation of almost every in-person campus event this spring, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs has quickly adapted to the situation and is now offering a plethora of virtual events and activities to engage the NC State community as well as the public.
A volunteer team of NC State employees is standing by to answer your questions on a wide range of topics. The Wolfpack Response Line is just a phone call away in uncertain times.
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.
Gracie Hornsby, a senior from Franklin, N.C., has been admitted into the 2020 cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars, an international, graduate-level scholarship program at Stanford University.