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Two Juntos student workers converse with parents at the Sampson Community College Kickoff event this spring

Jun 8, 2021

Students Helping Students

During the COVID-19 pandemic, work study students with the NC State Juntos Program have continued to motivate and inspire Latinx students around the state, keeping them on track to go to college. 

A female student holds a COVID-19 test bag in front of a Mr. Wuf head sign that reads "Mask the Pack Up"

Mar 29, 2021

Protectors of the Pack

More than 220 students have volunteered to assist with NC State’s robust COVID-19 testing and surveillance program this spring. Hear from a few of them about how they’ve stepped up to Protect the Pack. 

A group photo of 8 students from Fusion Dance Crew wearing protective face masks

Feb 22, 2021

Finding Your Wolfpack: Student Organizations

Connecting on campus may be a challenge this year, but NC State’s 600+ student organizations are here to help. 

Students walk by the NC State seal in Talley Student Union

Feb 16, 2021

No Cheat Days: Office of Student Conduct Plans Academic Integrity Week

Academic Integrity Week will take place Feb. 22-26 and include activities like trivia, a TikTok challenge and more to reinforce the importance of academic integrity at NC State. 

The bell tower with snow covered tree branches in front view

Feb 9, 2021

Get to Know DASA Assessment

Many aspects of academic and student life are driven by feedback from students. DASA Assessment takes that data to help the Wolfpack be as successful as possible in the classroom and beyond. 

Exterior of Sullivan Hall

Jan 29, 2021

Reserve Your Spot: Apply for Fall 2021 Room Selection

University Housing is accepting applications for Room Selection through Feb. 19 from current residents — and those currently living off campus. 

Tatum Kellum ’22 pictured at her local Krispy Kreme in Jacksonville, North Carolina

Jan 25, 2021

A Reason to Run

While the 17th Krispy Kreme Challenge will look different, “it is more important now than ever that we offer UNC Children’s financial support so that they can continue to serve the children and families of North Carolina,” explains race director and Park Scholar Tatum Kellum ’22. 

Draven Sneed throws a corn hole bean bag during a tournament

Jan 14, 2021

Army Vet Captures Cornhole Title

Practice makes perfect for business student Draven Sneed, who scores first in the college singles division at the American Cornhole League’s National College Cornhole Championships. 

Students pictured in a Zoom breakout room during a Community Conversations Project event

Dec 10, 2020

Continuing the Conversation

Students in the University Honors and Scholars Programs and the Honors and Scholars Village continued the Campus Conversation Project this fall in a virtual format. 

Student standing on Court of North Carolina

Oct 15, 2020

From a Student: My Life During COVID

Kristina Beek, a senior studying political science, gives a glimpse of student life during the pandemic.