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Amy Rossi

a group of graduates with their arms around each other

May 1, 2023

Graduation, a Coach’s Support and More

No matter the paths our graduates walked to arrive at this moment, donors like you have helped pave the way, strengthening the community, programs and opportunities that comprise the NC State… 

George and Jaclyn Hage in front of flowering trees

Apr 11, 2023

A Gift That Will Keep On Giving

Jaclyn Hage, director of development at the Wilson College of Textiles, used a gift from her grandfather to provide educational opportunities to others. The scholarship fund is just one of the ways she and her husband, George Hage ’04, are creating a legacy of empowering student success at NC State. 

2022 Day of Giving lock-up

Apr 4, 2023

Beyond the Day: How Day of Giving Makes an Impact Year-Round

From programs to scholarships and from research to faculty support, Day of Giving gifts make a difference all year long. There are no better voices to share how grateful we are than those of our students 

a chalkboard filled with positive phrases from students sharing what NC State means to them

Mar 24, 2023

2023 Day of Giving Marks Five Years of #GivingPack Success

Donors gave 16,774 gifts — the most the university has received on a Day of Giving — totaling $34 million. 

Kathy Harris Cooper, Phyllis Brown Harris and Kacey Cooper on the Court of the Carolinas in front of the 1911 Building

Feb 14, 2023

A New Chapter in a Family Story

Kacey Cooper ’23 grew up hearing stories of NC State from family members who worked at the university. With support from the Nell Family Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship, she’s continuing their legacy as a first-generation college graduate. 

back view of student standing in the student union lobby under the glow of lights

Feb 13, 2023

Extraordinary Impact

Three years ago, we announced the launch of the Extraordinary Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (EOSI), which would provide need-based support to North Carolina students from low- to middle-income families and those who are first-generation, from rural counties or from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education. The impact has been life-changing. 

Lyndenise Berdecia Rivera '06 amd Dr. Andrea Hernandez Duhon '05

Jan 23, 2023

A Scholarship — and Network — With Impact

Two years after launching an effort to endow a scholarship, NC State’s Latinx Alumni Network has achieved that fundraising goal. Network co-founders Lyndenise Berdecía Rivera ’06 and Dr. Andrea Hernandez Duhon ’05 aren’t stopping now. 

The Belltower lit red as seen from the traffic circle on Hillsborough Street

Dec 20, 2022

Goodnight Doctoral Fellowship Launches a New Phase of Graduate Student Support

The Goodnight Doctoral Fellowship will support 30 Ph.D. students studying STEM or education at NC State. 

Cameron Morris does the wolfie in his Feed the Pack shirt

Nov 21, 2022

Supporting Feed the Pack Is Supporting the NC State Community

In addition to NC State’s rivalry-week football game against UNC-Chapel Hill, the universities are also took part in their second annual Pantry Bowl — a friendly competition to see which university can rally the most gifts for their campus food pantry. Cameron Morris ’23, outreach coordinator for NC State’s Feed the Pack Food Pantry, shares more about this vital campus resource. 

wide angle of Feed the Pack's interior space

Nov 21, 2022

Ten Years of Feeding the Pack

Feed the Pack, NC State’s food pantry, opened its doors in Harrelson Hall in November 2012. A decade later — and more than 30,000 members of the Wolfpack served — Feed the Pack looks ahead to new opportunities in a year dedicated to education, advocacy and service.