Provides flexible dollars to be used each year at the Chancellor's discretion toward the areas of greatest need such as financial aid, academic advising and new initiatives.
Provides cultural resources and enhances the physical environments in which the arts are created, performed and exhibited including Center Stage, the Crafts Center, the Dance Program, the Gregg Museum of Art & Design, the Music Department and University Theatre.
Supports NCSU Libraries and funds the acquisition of new resources and technology; preserves existing materials that offer students and researchers comprehensive information resources; and enhances the public spaces where students collaborate, study and access technology.
Provides critical financial assistance to students with documented financial need.
Allows parents to help support their children through the programs and services supported by Student Affairs such as the Career Center, Campus Safety, Student Health Services, cultural events and recreation activities including 41 club sports and Carmichael Gymnasium.
Allows the college to support student leadership experiences through the Agri-Life Council and its affiliated clubs and organizations, the CALS Ambassadors and Thomas Jefferson Scholars Programs; enhances teaching and advising programs; enables CALS Career Services to provide the comprehensive training, internship and interview workshops.
Supports teaching and programming opportunities for students enrolled in the CALS Agricultural Institute, helping them develop both personally and professionally and preparing to be them to be productive leaders in society with the ability to adapt to an ever-changing agricultural sector.
Enriches design students’ experience by supporting initiatives not eligible for state-appropriated funds such as the Student Design Council, Art2Wear, Fish Market Student Gallery, Back to School Barbeque, student and faculty exhibitions, guest lecturers and jurors, student travel and field trips, print publications and community outreach work.
Provides resources for scholarships and program support.
Provides undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowship awards. In addition, it provides the critical funding for emerging needs and challenges to support faculty and undergraduate and graduate programs within the College of Engineering.
Supports student and faculty projects and initiatives not covered by state support or tuition - critical expenditures that foster leadership and scholarship.
Provides unrestricted funds to support top priorities in any given year for the Poole College of Management. Priorities can include student scholarships, faculty support, student professional development and enrichment opportunities, improvements to facilities and teaching equipment.
Supports recruitment and retention of the best and brightest students and faculty; provides quality experiences for students both in and outside the classroom; funds scholarships, fellowships and hands-on learning with up-to-date technology and resources.
Provides vital resources for scholarships, fellowships, research support, student and faculty recruitment activities and other programs across the College.
Provides unrestricted dollars to support the highest annual priorities.
Supports the greatest needs, including but not limited to: financial aid, research, technology, animal welfare, student programs and client programs with clinicians and referring veterinarians.
Supports career leadership training and interdisciplinary studies.
Provides freshman scholarships and supports the many opportunities and educational programs offered to freshmen as they transition from high school to college, define themselves and chart their future.
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