A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Student Emergency Fund.
Alumna Angela Caraway has given her time and energy to many NC State Division of Academic and Student Affairs programs. Now, she is giving a new scholarship for first-generation students from rural areas of North Carolina.
Receiving the Textile Military Scholarship didn’t just enhance Garrett Welsh’s NC State experience – it served as a vote of a confidence in his abilities and confirmation that his work in the classroom and as a member of the Naval ROTC hadn’t gone unnoticed. He’ll soon be applying the skills he learned in college to a career in the Navy.
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.
As the new coronavirus, COVID-19, caused disruption across the state of North Carolina and the nation this month, the need for Pack Essentials is greater than ever before.
In 1924, John F. Miller was hired to lead the newly formed Department of Physical Education and Athletics.
Tyler Haritan says scholarship support helped him navigate NC State’s Naval ROTC program and set him up for success as he chases his dream of becoming a fighter pilot.
“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.
NC State’s first-ever Day of Giving is on March 27, 2019. For 24 hours, we’ll encourage gifts to the university through special challenges, college-on-college competitions and department competitions. Your gift drives the future of NC State and
Yet faculty and staff are not the only ones who are energized by students. Inspiration travels home. When parents JoAnn and Kelly Barnhill, Alison and Jack Levinson, and David S. Thompson learned about the role