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fireworks around the Memorial Belltower

Jan 18, 2022

NC State Fundraising Campaign Comes to an Extraordinary End

After five incredible years, NC State’s Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign has come to a close. This historic fundraising effort saw 1,347 new scholarships endowed, 104 distinguished professorships created and more. All told, the university’s friends and alumni donated $2.1 billion toward its ongoing success. 

Red Belltower at dawn.

Oct 23, 2019

NC State Receives Funding to Expand Community College Collaboration

A new grant from the N.C. GlaxoSmithKline Foundation will support NC State's C3 program for community college transfers. 

Image of entrance to veterinary medicine college

Jun 19, 2019

Business Icon Wordsworth Supports NC State Veterinary Medicine

Alumnus Jerry Wordsworth supports the Think and Do the Extraordinary campaign with a gift to the College of Veterinary Medicine. 

A group shot of students in Reynolds Coliseum during NC State's 2017 convocation.

Sep 6, 2017

Meet NC State’s Extraordinary New Student Class

Thousands of new students joined the Wolfpack in recent weeks. Meet the incoming class of 4,725 freshmen and 1,327 talented transfer students, all of them ready to Think and Do. 

Artists J. Ormond Sanderson Jr. and Robert Keith Black at their home.

Aug 18, 2017

Beautiful Pairings: A Lifetime Commitment to Art and Design

When the new Gregg Museum of Art & Design opens, its visitors will owe a debt of gratitude to a couple who helped make the museum a reality — and who have made art and design their life’s work. 

Jun 15, 2017

Council Honored With 2017 Godwin Red Torch Award

Alumna Kathryn Council is honored for her work to further the mission of the NC State University Foundation. Learn about her generous efforts to support the university. 

Apr 25, 2017

Means to Make

Art2Wear, a runway show organized by students in the College of Design, is a time-consuming endeavor with significant financial commitments. Increased private support could help more students to take part.