NC State’s active duty, veteran and ROTC populations have a brand-new resource on campus to help meet their specific and sometimes unique needs.
A group of students in the University Honors Program has gone green in a big way, bringing beauty to NC State’s campus, while also making a long term impact on the environment.
By: Susan Poulos On a crisp autumn morning Sam Spilman, ’87 in Electrical Engineering, and a college friend, Mark Smith, got together as they do regularly, to play golf and catch up on life. They’ve
Our goal is to ensure a quality experience for all students, from the day they receive their acceptance letters to the day they receive their diplomas.
As I started to craft my blog following our trip to southern Italy the news broke regarding the tragic shooting deaths at the gay nightclub on Latin Night in Orlando. It was surreal because we
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs joins the Fellowship Advising Office in celebrating the successes of two NC State students who have recently been named recipients of the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. Christopher Cooper
Every January, a handful of student-athletes graduate early from high school and begin their collegiate journeys sooner than most of their peers. Transitioning from high school to college is challenging for any student, but starting in January instead of August presents its own set of unique adversities.
Mithi “Mia” de los Reyes has been named as a finalist for the Churchill Scholarship, making her NC State’s third Churchill finalist in five years.
NC State University will be hosting a free one-time screening of the documentary “Hunting in Wartime” at the Witherspoon Campus Cinema on Monday, Feb. 15 at 7:00 p.m.
In an effort to put a spotlight on NC State University’s best examples of “Think and Do”, the Union Activities Board (UAB) will host TUFFtalks on February 6, 2016 in Talley Student Union.