Forum to Focus on UNC System’s Strategic Plan
Attend a campus forum Nov. 7 to provide your input into the UNC system’s strategic plan. Your voluntary participation will help shape the future of higher education in North Carolina.
UNC System Seeks Input on Strategic Plan
The Board of Governors is soliciting your input on the UNC system’s strategic plan. Take a few minutes to complete an online survey to help with this important effort.
Faculty Meeting Focused on Strategy
At Tuesday's general faculty meeting, Chancellor Randy Woodson solicited ideas for maintaining the university's momentum in tough economic times. Find out how you can join the conversation.
Help Drive IT at NC State
The newly charged IT Strategic Planning Process Steering Team is inviting all faculty and staff to participate in two workshops later this month to develop a campus IT strategic plan.
High Quality Is Goal of First BOCs
The effort to consolidate business services on campus took a big step forward with the announcement of the first two all-in-one centers. Get the details and find out why quality is the top goal.
Realignment Team Reaches Out to Campus
Attend a forum on Monday to learn more about efforts to streamline business services. The plan includes new opportunities for employees and more responsive service across campus. But the hard work is still ahead. Find out why your input is vital.
New College of Sciences Announced
NC State has announced plans for a new College of Sciences, which will include the physical and chemical sciences, the mathematical and statistical sciences, earth system sciences, and the biological sciences. Find out more.
Chancellor on Academic Science Programs
The chancellor discusses the plan to reorganize academic science programs, including the creation of a broader, more comprehensive College of Sciences.
Update on Strategic Planning Efforts
NC State has made big strides in streamlining operations, promoting student success and supporting faculty excellence. Read the whole story.
Projections for 2020 Enrollment
NC State has approved a plan that slows projected enrollment growth overall while increasing the proportion of graduate students and transfer students. Read the plan.