As the national program director for Juntos, Urieta – along with North Carolina Program Director Juana Hernandez and a slew of NC State University partners and volunteers – aims to help Latino high school students and their families navigate the challenging road to higher education.
As students are enrolling in classes for the coming semester, Health and Exercise Studies is once again issuing each Wolfpack student a challenge: Take Eight at State.
Madelyn Afshar was looking for a way to merge her Psychology and Middle Eastern humanities majors with her interests in international relations and community service.
The conference provided universities an opportunity to share challenges and best practices regarding the software, and for a chance to listen, network, and discuss issues directly with Leepfrog developers and staff in person.
The Fellowship Advising Office (FAO) helps students and alumni to identify and apply for more than 80 prestigious, nationally competitive, funded award opportunities.
Nineteen NC State student-athletes were honored at the ASPSA annual banquet in December.
Our new team of 20 Career Ambassadors is eager to share their knowledge and expertise with other students! A new professional development course was recently approved for Ambassador training. The course teaches Ambassadors the key […]
The Academic Support Program for Student Athletes is looking to hire tutors for the fall 2015 semester. Qualified applicants must have at least a 3.25 cumulative grade point average, demonstrate proficiency in coursework and/or have received a B+ or higher in the courses selected […]
Effective July 1, all academic services units in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) will transition into the newly formed University College, a unit within DASA. The new University College promotes academic success for all […]
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs and Health and Exercise Studies is pleased to announce Aaron Kopp as the recipient of the 2015-2016 Frank Ormond Scholarship. Aaron is pursuing a major in Nutrition Science with […]