Wolfpack Earns 286 Spots on ACC Honor Roll
Supported in part by private donations, NC State's Athletics Department is committed to providing extraordinary opportunities to dynamic student-athletes. In the 2018-19 academic year, 286 Wolfpack student-athletes earned places on the Atlantic Coast Conference's Honor Roll, which is comprised of student-athletes who registered a grade-point average of 3.0 or better for the full year.
Graduation to Vocation: Bringing Sustainability to Business
Emerson Barnhill graduated in May from the College of Natural Resources with a degree in sustainable materials and technology. The four-year varsity swimmer stayed plenty busy while at NC State, and her experience led to a desire to shape the way big businesses approach sustainable practices.
NC State Announces 2020 Hall of Fame Class
Private support provides extraordinary opportunity for NC State student-athletes, and a special group of them will now be called Hall of Famers. An Olympic gold medalist, a No. 1 NFL Draft pick and four of the top performers in the first 50 years of the Atlantic Coast Conference highlight the 2020 class of the NC State Athletic Hall of Fame, along with a barrier-breaking athlete who changed the course of competition for both his school and conference.
A Message From NC State Athletic Director Boo Corrigan
New NC State Director of Athletics Boo Corrigan is ready to get to work helping student-athletes, and he says he's excited to build on the momentum the athletic department has enjoyed in recent years. Corrigan says NC State will focus on supporting student-athletes, coaches and staff, and creating a program alumni, supporters and fans can continue to take pride in.
Honoring a Leader on Her Retirement
For nine years, Debbie Yow has strengthened the foundation of NC State sports. In addition to stronger finishes in competition and increased success in the classroom, the program, supported by many donors, has enjoyed several facilities openings and upgrades during Yow's time as athletics director.
NC State Athletic Hall of Fame Officially Welcomes Class of 2018
Private support helped bring them to NC State's campus, and Wolfpack fans and friends gathered April 13 to welcome the 2018 class to the university's Athletic Hall of Fame. Two Olympic gold medalists, ACC Athletes of the Year from three sports, a legendary coach and the most iconic team in the history of the NCAA men's basketball tournament highlighted the class.
#GivingPack: Philanthropy at Work
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Personal Statement: Ibrahim Kante
Ibrahim Kante's path to the NC State football program has been nothing short of extraordinary. The second-year defensive lineman details his family's journey from the Ivory Coast to the United States and how that decision impacted his life. Support from thousands of donors ensures that Wolfpack student-athletes can think and do the extraordinary, inside the classroom and in competition.
Three to Receive Watauga Medal
On March 8, NC State will award its highest nonacademic honor to alumni S. Frank Culberson, Charles A. Flink II and James A. Stewart. The Watauga Medal, given annually by the Board of Trustees since 1975, recognizes extraordinary service and commitment to the university.
Making Her Mark
Stephanie Cogdell found a home at NC State and, as a volunteer, board member, mentor and donor, she has been giving back ever since. She has established a planned gift that benefits, in part, the Black Alumni Society’s Augustus Witherspoon Graduate Scholarship Endowment and Lawrence M. Clark Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship funds.