See highlights from departments and programs that are making the first year experience memorable and successful for NC State students.
Mike and Beth Holmquist are directing their generosity to the opportunities that had the greatest impact on their daughter’s NC State experience.
Summer Start at NC State is an opportunity for incoming students to jump-start their transition to college. The five-week program is a way for incoming students to become acclimated with college courses, staff, other students and the NC State community.
Talent Search and Upward Bound are moving to 407 Gorman Street.
The Cooperative Education program allows students to gain real work experience through job placement with employers seeking future employees. This year the Career Development Center celebrated a milestone with over 1,000 students participating in co-ops during the school year.
DASA Technology Services is a team of technology professionals committed to serving the programs, faculty, staff and students in the Division of Academic & Student Affairs. The team works to develop, maintain and constantly improve the technology that DASA units and people need to “promote the success of the whole student.”
As the summer approaches, New Student Programs (NSP) and Academic Support Program for Student Athletes (ASPSA) staff are working collaboratively to create a fantastic Summer Start in the program’s first summer working in partnership with NSP.
She is the first NC State student to be selected to participate in the 21st annual Posters on the Hill session, sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research.
Ten peer tutors from the University Tutorial Center (UTC) attended and presented at the 2017 Mountains to Coast Peer Leader Conference in April at Clemson University.
After a month of panels promoting various social justice issues particularly shedding light on the inequities of the criminal justice system, the University Honors Program ended their ‘Awareness to Activism’ series with a spring break trip with 22 students.