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The copper wolves at Wolf Plaza

Jan 15, 2021

Feeding the Pack in 2021

Last year, Feed the Pack food pantry distributed more than 116,000 pounds of food to patrons. Learn more about supporting Feed the Pack in 2021 through volunteering, monetary gifts or purchasing from its Amazon wishlist. 

Andy Walsh

Dec 15, 2020

Former Student Body President Establishes Scholarship for Student Leaders

During his four years in student government, former student body president Andy Walsh ’13 revitalized old campus traditions and established new ones, like Respect the Pack. Now, he has pledged $10,000 to establish the Robert A. Walsh Student Leadership Fund, which will benefit undergraduate students serving in leadership roles for campus organizations. 

People writing on a building's interior wall before it's completed

Nov 24, 2020

Leaving Their Mark

Current members and alumnae of Alpha Delta Pi signed the beams that will be used to construct the sorority’s new house in the Greek Village — made possible through donor support. 

The Belltower, as seen from Hillsborough Street on the downtown Raleigh side of campus.

Nov 17, 2020

Doneka Scott Named Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs

Dr. Doneka Scott will be appointed vice chancellor and dean of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs effective February 15, pending Board of Trustees approval. Scott will also hold a secondary appointment as a professor of the practice in the College of Education. As part of her duties, Scott will have oversight of the McNair Scholars Program and distinguished scholarships. 

Trista Acebo

Nov 10, 2020

Howling Success: From the Marines to the Wolfpack

Trista Acebo is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps who helps her fellow student veterans at NC State navigate the transition to college through her work with Military and Veteran Services. Since 2016, donor support has helped bolster that initiative's top strategic priorities and needs. 

exterior Park Shops building sign, indicating where DASA is housed

Oct 6, 2020

Day of Giving Raises Over $1 Million for Student Emergency Fund

The Student Emergency Fund provides microgrants to help students pay for unexpected expenses related to housing, food, medical bills and technology. The program has been especially crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many experiencing sudden job loss and adjusting to remote education. Thanks to donor support on NC State Day of Giving: Stronger as a Pack, the fund is in a better position to help more students through financial challenges now and in the future. 

Katelyn Roark in a lab coat demonstrating an experiments for children in the Boys and Girls Club

Sep 15, 2020

SECU Public Fellows Internships Allow Students to Give Back to Hometowns

This summer, eight NC State students had the opportunity to gain work experience relevant to their intended career path while also helping to serve their hometowns. The win-win was thanks to a grant from the State Employees Credit Union Foundation’s Public Fellows Intern program. 

a driver in a face covering does the wolfie in her pickup golf cart

Aug 25, 2020

Wolfpack Pick Up Program Changes Gears for 2020

Supported in part by North State Bank and the NC State University Foundation, the Wolfpack Pick Up Program helps students, faculty and staff with disabilities or injuries get around campus, with additional precautions to protect the Pack against COVID-19 this year. 

Collage of April Gonzalez, Starr Gibens, and Kendall Griffith

Aug 18, 2020

Three Students Awarded First Angela C. Caraway Scholarships

Starr Gibens, April Gonzalez and Kendall Griffith have been named the inaugural recipients of the newly established Angela C. Caraway and Family Scholarship, which targets first-generation, underresourced and rural-background students. Gibens was among the student speakers at last autumn's Red and White Night. 

WellRec employees take a selfie while making silly poses in front of a mirror

Jul 21, 2020

Above and Beyond: Student Employees Earn Special Scholarship for Commitment to Wellness

More than 700 students are employed part-time in various positions with Wellness and Recreation. This year, Carson Kelber ’21 and Dani Dalton ’21 were recognized in a virtual ceremony as recipients of the Wellness and Recreation Friends and Family Student-Employee Scholarship. The award provides financial assistance to two undergraduate student employees who uphold Wellness and Recreation's mission while serving as as leaders and role models.