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Your gift to the Division of Academic and Student Affairs plays an essential role in providing a well-rounded education to all of NC State’s 34,000-plus students. We offer different ways to support Academic and Student Affairs. 

How to Support Academic and Student Affairs

You can make a gift today either online, by phone, in person or by mail.

  • Visit our secure website to give to a specific Academic and Student Affairs program.
  • Call the development office at 919.515.5317 for more information.
  • Mail a check, payable to NC State University Foundation, to the following address. Note in the memo line if you wish for funds to benefit a particular program or our Student Success Fund, which benefits all of our programs and addresses our greatest needs.

Attn: Jacqueline Fennell
DASA Development
NC State University
Campus Box 7301
Raleigh, NC 27695-7301

Make a lasting difference in the lives of NC State students. Name a scholarship or endowment to build your own philanthropic legacy or to honor another. Call the development office at 919.515.5317 for more information.

We accept gifts in kind for those who want to donate items that can be used by our many programs. Contact the development office at 919.515.5317 to arrange to give this type of gift.

We accept appreciated stocks and securities. Some of the potential benefits of donating securities include avoiding capital gains tax and receiving a charitable income tax deduction, in addition to supporting our mission of student success.

You can choose to support NC State after your lifetime, helping to sustain Academic and Student Affairs programs for future generations. For more information on deferred giving, please contact NC State’s Office of Gift Planning.

Naming opportunities are a great way for donors to support the university in a meaningful way and to also receive permanent recognition on campus. For more information, contact the development office at 919.515.5317.