NC State football made major strides on the gridiron in 2017-18, but big changes were also made adjacent to Carter-Finley where thousands of students celebrate each game day tailgating.
Students who get involved early in their time in college are more likely to stay in school, and be more successful. Interfraternity Council men, for example, are 3% more likely to graduate than unaffiliated men and over ⅓ are Dean’s List students. A sense of belonging and community is critical to collegiate success, and while we may be a bit biased about the value of the Fraternity experience, we recommend you stop by the Fair to see some of the opportunities to develop this sense of community at State.
Welcome to NC State! We are so excited to meet you at orientation and introduce you to your future home. It is also our privilege to introduce you to the sorority recruitment experience – the process by which we hope you will find your place in the Pack. We take pride in the unique and intimate connection each member makes with her chapter and the women in it. Panhellenic Sororities are truly a place where you can empower, lead, and belong!
According to forecasts provided by the National Weather Service there is the potential for wintry precipitation to occur Friday Night through Saturday across sections of central North Carolina. While it’s too early to determine with …read more.
In partnership with Habitat Wake and hardworking families in our community, NC State pledged to build 11 homes on Lake Wheeler Road in Raleigh to raise awareness and address the need for affordable housing in Wake …read more.
As a part of National Hazing Prevention Week, Sigma Kappa hosted a speaker, Rick Barnes, who delivered an address: “Hazing: When Will It End?” During this time, students were asked to take an honest look …read more.
The Iota Phi Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was honored with several awards at their International Convention in Phoenix, Arizona this summer. Chapter Delegates Gina Black, Leighann Brandish, and Maria Goudy represented NC State and the NCSU Panhellenic …read more.
Beta Theta Pi believes that college men should be recognized for their success and for their desire to achieve. In fact, for more than 176 years, we have been in the business of building Men of Principle. …read more.