Graduating Senior, Mitchell Moravec, reflects on his time at NC State and why he chose to give to the John C. McIlwee Theatre Endowment as part of Student Giving Day.
The Students for University Advancement partnered with The Blood Connection to host the blood drive event at the Brickyard, Monday, March 26, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
See highlights from departments and programs that are making the first year experience memorable and successful for NC State students.
Already in 2017, more than 800 patrons have visited, about 50 percent students and 50 percent staff. As the pantry continues to grow and serve more people, both continued donations of nonperishable goods, as well as financial contributions, are needed.
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs presents an engaging career panel on Nov. 3.
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Mike and Beth Holmquist are directing their generosity to the opportunities that had the greatest impact on their daughter’s NC State experience.
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.
This day is meant to engage students in giving back to the university while also educating them about where their tuition dollars go and why their choice to give back makes a difference.
A group of students in the University Honors Program has gone green in a big way, bringing beauty to NC State’s campus, while also making a long term impact on the environment.