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Sep 4, 2014 | Campus Life

Ag Day Celebrates State’s Top Industry

Don't miss the annual celebration of NC State’s agricultural heritage. The festivities begin Friday with a private screening of “Farmland” and continue Saturday at Carter-Finley Stadium. 

Jun 10, 2014

Coaching NC State’s Academic Champs

NC State students are competing for (and winning) prestigious scholarships and fellowships in record numbers. Meet the adviser behind the surge in scholars. 

Nov 28, 2012

Campus Enterprises Bolsters Scholarships

Campus Enterprises will return $1,187,367 to NC State for scholarship and student support programs for the 2012-2013 academic year. 

Jan 11, 2012

Generating $1.2 Million for Students

Campus Enterprises, which manages NC State's retail and hospitality operations, recently returned almost $1.2 million to the university for student support and merit- and need-based scholarships. 

Dec 8, 2011

Mallette’s Parting Wisdom

After 31 years of helping families find a way to pay for college, Julie Mallette is retiring. But there's just enough time for a reception and a few final words of wisdom from the director of scholarships and financial aid.  

Dec 8, 2010

Figuring it Out

When sophomore Andie Mitchell heard about a late-breaking $750 tuition increase, she called financial aid for help. In two weeks, staff members recalculated grant, scholarship and loan information to help almost 8,000 Wolfpack students, including Mitchell, pay for school. 

Nov 30, 2010

Campus Enterprises Generates Scholarship Money

Campus Enterprises, the university’s retail and hospitality division, recently donated $1 million to the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for merit and need-based scholarships. 

Nov 23, 2010

Giving Thanks

Omar Acosta ('14) has dreamed of being a doctor since he was a child. As he began to narrow down his college choices, NC State moved to the top of the list - despite not having a medical school on campus. Now, Acosta says, he's on course to realize his dream - thanks to the university's unique interdisciplinary approach to education and the overwhelming support offered to Bone Scholars like himself. 

Oct 7, 2010

By the Numbers

While NC State is in “reasonably good shape” financially, the university needs long-term strategies to make it less vulnerable to fluctuations in state funding, leaders said Wednesday at a chancellor’s budget forum. 

Sep 15, 2010

Figuring It Out

When sophomore Andie Mitchell heard about a late-breaking $750 tuition increase, she called financial aid for help. In two weeks, staff members recalculated grant, scholarship and loan information to help almost 8,000 Wolfpack students, including Mitchell, pay for school.