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Student with NC State study-abroad button on bag

Mar 21, 2023

Grant Will Create New Study-Abroad Opportunities for TRIO Students

A recent gift from the Goodwin Meissner Family Foundation makes studying abroad more feasible and accessible for students in NC State’s TRIO programs. The grant will help TRIO develop a summer experience that exposes students to a different global and cultural context not ordinarily accessible. 

Staff help stock food at the Foot Pantry at NC State. Photo by Marc Hall

Mar 13, 2023

Help Feed the Pack Move Forward This Day of Giving

In honor of Feed the Pack’s 10th anniversary and Feed the Pack’s move to the Pack Essentials Hub, longtime pantry supporters Steve ’79 and Gladys Deaton have established a special challenge for Day of Giving. When the Feed the Pack Food Pantry Fund receives 250 gifts, the Deatons will give $25,000 to support the Pack Essentials program. 

The wolf wood sculpture in Talley Student Union

Jan 23, 2023

New NC State Crowdfunding Projects Launch

NC State Crowdfunding has launched seven new projects this winter to connect the Wolfpack community with causes they are passionate about and that help our students, faculty and staff bring their ideas to life. 

New students walk through Talley Student Union during orientation.

Jan 16, 2023

Pack Meal Share Program Receives 1,500 Donated Meals for Spring 2023

The Pack Meal Share program was developed in 2018 through collaboration between Student Government, NC State Dining and the Student Ombuds office as a way for students to directly support their peers. Students with a flex meal plan donated a total of 1,500 meals at the end of the fall semester, which will be distributed throughout the spring to students who apply for aid. 

Carter-Finley Stadium

Jan 9, 2023

The Biggest Academic and Student Affairs News From 2022

Look back at student life and student achievements, anniversaries and celebrations, and individual and departmental recognitions in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs this past year. 

The Memorial Belltower at Henry Square

Dec 19, 2022

Counseling Center Receives 150-plus Gifts on Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday, the Counseling and Prevention Services Enhancement Fund received more than $12,000 in gifts from alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends to support student mental health services at NC State. 

A screenshot of the Pantry Bowl website shows NC State and UNC's final gift totals in the competition.

Dec 12, 2022

NC State Wins Pantry Bowl vs. UNC

From Nov. 20-27, NC State’s Feed the Pack Food Pantry and UNC’s Carolina Cupboard hosted the second annual Pantry Bowl. The pantries received a combined 2,235 gifts for a grand total of $148,099.93. NC State’s Feed the Pack Food Pantry received the most gifts with 1,128, compared to UNC’s 1,107. Feed the Pack will receive an additional $11,000 from Perry and Susan Safran and other generous donors for beating last year’s gift total. 

From left, Nick Drake, Jose Hernandez, Shirley Scott, Lauren Welch and Carroll "Scotty" Scott pose for a photo in the office for Jeffrey Wright Military and Veteran Services.

Dec 12, 2022

New Need-Based Scholarship Supports Student Veterans

NC State alumnus Carroll “Scotty” Scott and his wife, Shirley, have established a new need-based scholarship for student veterans and met the first recipient this fall. The Scotts hope this scholarship will inspire others to give and support our nation’s veterans — especially those at NC State. 

Libraries December Feed the Pack food drive infographic

Dec 5, 2022

Donate to Feed the Pack at the Libraries

⁠The Libraries’ December book display in the Hill Library Reading Commons will be focused on food insecurity, and donation bins for Feed the Pack’s most needed items will be placed by the book display shelf. 

Italian Reflections. Artwork provided by Roger Manley

Dec 5, 2022

Restored Marble Sculpture Graces the Gregg Museum’s Garden

Support from Wade (’78) and Kathy Reece funded the restoration of Italian Reflections and, ultimately, the cost of installation in its beautiful new home in the Gregg Museum’s Rose Jackson and Evelyn Thiem Formal Garden, named by Jerry (’64) and Nina Jackson.