See highlights from departments and programs that are making the first year experience memorable and successful for NC State students.
By: Susan Poulos NC State University’s innovative and long-standing approach to whole student success is built into the entire college experience. In recent years, this commitment is even stronger than ever. The NC State experience
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.
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,
Tree sculptures create a new campus landmark at Wolf Village apartments.
After just three years, the Black Male Initiative Living and Learning Village is creating strong Black male future leaders and a sense of community.
The added value of living on campus 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 first-year students. But,
By: Susan Poulos On a crisp autumn morning Sam Spilman, ’87 in Electrical Engineering, and a college friend, Mark Smith, got together as they do regularly, to play golf and catch up on life. They’ve
Beginning with the Fall 2017 semester, NC State University will join several peer institutions in requiring all students to live in university accommodations and purchase on-campus meal plans during their first year. A university report
NC State University will be hosting a free one-time screening of the documentary “Hunting in Wartime” at the Witherspoon Campus Cinema on Monday, Feb. 15 at 7:00 p.m.