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.
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.
Alumna Breanne Burgess reflects on her time at NC State, the programs that benefited her the most, and the memories she carries with her to this day.
A new partnership between the Career Development Center and Student Government will allow some students access to their graduation cap, gown, and tassel for free!
Finding internships, jobs, and paid internships can be difficult, but as an NC State student, you’re in luck: You have ePACK!
The NC State University Programs were recently awarded a STEM Supplemental Grant in the amount of $80,000.
The NC State University TRiO program plans to use a STEM Supplemental Grant award to help support five rural high schools increase STEM-related activities for secondary students
The conference provides TRIO students with not only a certificate and experience to put on their resume, but with peer mentorship, assistance, and support from students of the Higher Education
Dr. Kari Lewis, Teaching Assistant Professor in Health and Exercise Studies, welcomed 30 middle school students from Johnston and Wake County as part of the TRIO Program at NC State this summer. Students were from
At a ceremony on April 23, 2018, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs recognized exemplary employees in several categories, including Pride of the Wolfpack, Awards for Excellence, Outstanding Teaching Award, and Wolfwalks awards. Awards for