Providing for the Pack
NC State continues making strides to combat food insecurity on campus, from the growing PACK Meal Share program to the addition of meal kits in the Feed the Pack Food Pantry. The efforts dovetail with the collaborative efforts of partners including the Division of Academic and Student Affairs and NC State Dining to create Pack Essentials, a means for meeting students’ needs for housing, food and financial services.
Spotlight on Our Students: So You’re Digging for Dinosaurs?
Erin Gniewek, a rising third-year University Scholar from Advance, is spending the summer working with Makounta-Voules Archaeological Project. The project is based outside of Polis, Cyprus, and established by NC State professors Kate Grossman and Tate Paulette.
Supporting Others Through Wellness
Clare Bloss '21 and Katherine Mansfield '20 have enjoyed connecting with others through their work with Wellness and Recreation. Their commitment was recognized when they were named the recipients of the Wellness and Recreation Friends and Family Student Employee Scholarship.
Four Friends Give Back to University Scholars
Two alumni couples who serve on the Division of Academic and Student Affairs’ Board for Student Success are supporting the University Scholars Program, which provided them with community, knowledge and lifelong friendships.
Day in the Life: Monica Richmond
Monica RIchmond, a senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, is involved in several privately-supported initiatives on campus, including the University Honors Program. See how Monica spends her day as a senior in CALS.
Sir Walter Cabinet Makes Gift to NC State
A new gift from Sir Walter Cabinet – a longtime, influential statewide organization with close ties to the General Assembly – to NC State’s Division of Academic and Student Affairs will benefit the Student Emergency Fund and support the construction of a welcome table for the lobby at the Crafts Center.
Batemans’ Gift Lowers Barriers for Campus Mobility
Neal and Ashley Bateman are dedicated to ensuring NC State students can enjoy the same campus experience they did. With an endowed gift to the Wolfpack Pick Up program, the two 1998 alumni are helping students, faculty, staff and community members who have limited mobility get around -- now and for years to come.
Day of Giving a Huge Success for Academic and Student Affairs
More than 1,160 donors contributed over $250,000 to the Division of Academic and Student Affairs on Day of Giving, including NC State Foundation Board member Ghazale Johnston and her husband, Andy. The family, committed to ensuring students have the support needed to reach their full potential, issued a successful $50,000 challenge for the Student Emergency Fund.
#GivingPack: Philanthropy at Work
Each day, across NC State, students, faculty, researchers and staff encounter extraordinary experiences and opportunities made possible by donor support. Learn more about how donors who join us in our Campaign change the future for NC State — and the world.
Feed The Pack: Donations Needed
Feed the Pack Food Pantry is in urgent need of pasta, pasta sauce, canned fruit, cereal, granola bars, shelf-stable meat products, rice and instant meals. Monetary gifts or donations of food items make an important difference for the NC State community, and the pantry is one component of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs' Pack Essentials effort to connect students with critical resources.