As the new coronavirus, COVID-19, caused disruption across the state of North Carolina and the nation this past week, the need for Pack Essentials is greater than ever before.
Alumna Connie L. Carson BS ‘83, MED ‘86 makes a major planned gift to NC State to support student success.
Friends Forever: Two alumni couples, four friends, were University Scholars. Together they discovered community and purpose. Now they’re giving back to the program that helped them succeed.
“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.
The lasting impression made by Coach Brown on a recent alumnus moved them to give back to the Health and Exercise Studies program.
Eric ‘91 and Lisa ‘94 Terwilliger were honored in October 2018 for their unique gifts to the Crafts Center and an endowed scholarship during a ceremony hosted by the Division of Academic and Student Affairs.
As with most travel experiences, there is a financial obligation involved with the ASB program but those expenses can be reduced thanks to two new scholarships in honor of amazing people creating incredible experience for NC State students.
This spring, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) hosted its inaugural Endowment and Scholarship Luncheon. The event was the first such opportunity for the division to bring together donors and the talented students