View Webcast on Endowment
NC State's endowment grew significantly last year, increasing the funds available to pay for scholarships, fellowships and other academic support programs on campus. University Treasurer Mary Peloquin-Dodd explains how NC State manages the endowment in the State of the Endowment presentation.
View Webcast on Endowment Fund
Tune in to a webcast with information about the university’s endowment fund on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Learn more about this important source of funds for NC State and how it is invested to support faculty, students and programs across campus.
Gift Creates New Opportunities for Veterans
U.S. Marine veterans Mark and Dawn Carter have created the Mary Gammon Carter Scholarship Endowment in the College of Engineering to support undergraduate veterans at NC State studying engineering.
NC State Endowment Fund Announces New Hofmann Forest Plan
NC State Endowment Fund announces the long-term strategy for Hofmann Forest.
NC State Creates Our Three Winners Scholarship Fund
NC State University Chancellor Randy Woodson today announced the creation of the “Our Three Winners” scholarship endowment to honor three exceptional members of the Wolfpack family whose lives were cut tragically short. The endowment, which has been created with insights […]
Zelnaks Donate $4 Million to NC State Poole College of Management
Steve and Judy Zelnak invest in NC State with a $4 million endowment to support the Poole College of Management.
Crowd Awed by Park Gift
A big crowd was on hand at the Hunt Library Friday to learn about the biggest donation in NC State history. The jaw-dropping amount will help fund the Park Scholars program on a permanent basis.
NC State Receives Record Gift
Chancellor Randy Woodson announced today that the university has received the largest gift in its history—$40 million—from Lonnie and Carol Johnson Poole.
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.
Fundraising Trends Positive
While total gifts this fiscal year were down, gift revenue from January to July outpaced the same period last year. During those six months, NC State brought in $39.1 million, compared to $35.5 million in 2009—an encouraging sign in a tough economy.
Changes to Support Fundraising
Two upcoming changes will support fundraising to build NC State’s endowment and align the university with practices across the country.