NC State will offer its first-ever Feed the Pack Pop-Up Food Pantry on Tuesday, March 24, and Friday, March 27 at the Quad Commons (2221 West Dunn Avenue). Hours are noon-6 p.m. on both days.
Yuka Kato, a licensed psychologist for the NC State Counseling Center, was named Counselor of the Year at the annual conference for the American College Counseling Association.
When he first arrived at NC State, Luke Dillard struggled to make friends and find his place on campus. But as he became more involved in student organizations and leadership programs, he established many close friendships—and confidence in himself.
Chancellor Randy Woodson visits the Division of Academic and Student Affairs.
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.
NC State University’s Division of Academic and Student Affairs’ Marketing and Communications Office received special recognition for “Best Practices in Digital Communication” from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).
Learn more about the ‘Pack Proficiencies’—skills that prepare NC State students for life after graduation.
Alumna Connie L. Carson BS ‘83, MED ‘86 makes a major planned gift to NC State to support student success.
Colton Botta is the first NC State University alumnus in over a decade to be named a finalist for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.