From a yearbook to a radio station to a literary arts magazine to two newspapers, Student Media provides and allows space for the student voice to be heard.
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.
The well-attended event featured a keynote address entitled “The Future of Higher Education” by Kevin Kruger, president of NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.
At Packapalooza, 70,000+ festival goers pack Hillsborough Street and experience food, entertainment, arts, a kids zone, and community organizations.
Join the campus community in remembering Cheyanne.
For the past semester, we have been working to make additional classroom buildings accessible to students beyond traditional working hours. See the new schedule.
At a ceremony on April 25, 2017, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs recognized exemplary employees in several categories, including Pride of the Wolfpack, Awards for Excellence, Outstanding Teaching Award, and Wolfwalks awards.
Saturday, April 22 through Sunday, April 23, OIT will perform extensive system maintenance, such as data center improvements that require the shutdown and movement of equipment, hardware replacement, and infrastructure configuration.
Cameron Hill and Hannah Finkelstein were both honored at NODA in March.
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs’ professional development committee invites all division employees to their first professional development conference titled “The State and Future of Higher Education” on Tuesday, May 9. The conference kickoff …read more.