The theme for TRIO Day 2017 is “Being a Change Agent in your own Community.”
“Just Mercy” was the 2016 common reading selection for NC State, and the University Honors Program (UHP) is continuing the conversation of pursuing justice into the 2017 spring semester.
“Between the World and Me” by Ta-Nehisi Coates is NC State’s 2017 Common Reading Program selection. Copies of Between the World and Me, chosen by the students, faculty and staff comprising the Common Reading Selection …read more.
As a first-year student at NC State, Peyton Holmquist wasn’t quite sure what she wanted to study, a common challenge faced by many incoming freshman. But, when she decided to live in the Exploratory Studies …read more.
Colin Moore joined the Wolfpack last fall as a first-year student in computer science. He is one of 100 students in the EcoVillage, which is located in Bragaw Hall. Students, or EcoVillagers as they’re called, …read more.
On January 27, NC State honored four exceptionally deserving advisors from across the university during the 2017 NC State University Undergraduate Academic Advising Awards Ceremony.
The GLBT Center will relaunch its annual awards for student leadership and activism this spring.
As director of NC State’s Counseling Center, Monica Osburn leads the campus’s team of devoted individuals supporting the mental health needs of NC State students.
Tree sculptures create a new campus landmark at Wolf Village apartments.
On January 26, NC State Student Government hosted a town hall on sexual assault prevention.