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Student Emergency Fund

Apr 28, 2020

A Million Thanks to Our Pack

Over the past month, we’ve faced unprecedented uncertainty and rapid change — but that hasn’t stopped our alumni, faculty, staff and friends from stepping up to do the extraordinary. In this special video message, Chancellor Randy Woodson expresses his gratitude for the more than $1 million raised in support of the Student Emergency Fund, which has gone directly to students in need during this time of crisis. 

aerial shot of campus

Apr 28, 2020

COVID-19 Impacts First-Generation Students

Campus changes to mitigate the spread of coronavirus have impacted students everywhere, but many first-generation students face added obstacles. Joselyn Ramirez-Mendoza, a junior at NC State, is one such student adjusting to a new normal. She hopes others will take advantage of resources the university offers such as Feed the Pack food pantry, the Student Emergency Fund, the Libraries and the Counseling Center.  

Belltower and North Carolina flag.

Apr 7, 2020

Chancellor Woodson Thanks the NC State Community

In a video message, Chancellor Randy Woodson shares his appreciation and gratitude for Wolfpack students, faculty and staff for their commitment and strength in response to the impact of COVID-19. He also highlights the volunteers who have kept the Feed the Pack food pantry running and the hundreds of donors whose gifts to the Student Emergency Fund have helped students facing financial crises in the wake of the virus. 

students walking across brickyard

Mar 31, 2020

Pack Essentials Aiding Students During Financial Hardships

As the impact of COVID-19 grows, the need for Pack Essentials is greater than ever before. With donor support, Mike Giancola, assistant vice provost and student ombudsperson, and his team have been working hard to help students facing financial challenges due to a sudden loss of income.  

Wolf Plaza copper wolf statues

Mar 24, 2020

Taking Care of Our Pack

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve, many of our students are facing new and overwhelming challenges. Our alumni and friends have shown their support through gifts to the Student Emergency Fund, which makes an immediate difference for students facing unexpected financial barriers. 

New students walk through Talley Student Union during orientation.

Mar 3, 2020

Student Emergency Fund Continues to Help Students Thrive

From leaving an unsafe living environment to dealing with the cost of an unexpected health issue, the Student Emergency Fund is there to help members of the Pack not just get by, but thrive.