The Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) holds the unique privilege of impacting virtually every undergraduate student on campus through our programs and services. We’re the home of intramural sports, tutoring and writing services, …read more.
Mike and Beth Holmquist are directing their generosity to the opportunities that had the greatest impact on their daughter’s NC State experience.
Thanks to a $1.6 million grant, NC State TRIO programs will begin the McNair Scholarship Program on October 1.
NC State’s trusted provider of high quality health care, Student Health Services, has been ranked by the Princeton Review as the 7th best student health center in the nation.
NC State and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs are pleased to welcome Tom Hardiman to the Wolfpack family.
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.”
This spring, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) hosted its inaugural Endowment and Scholarship Luncheon. The event was the first such opportunity for the division to bring together donors and the talented students who are greatly impacted by their generous support.