Your first step towards academic success at NC State University begins with your transition to the university. The University provides all first-year students the opportunity to attend Welcome Week Activities(Aug. 16-24 2013), during which you will be connected to the academic and student success resources available to you. As part of your Welcome Week experience we invite you to attend the African American Symposium. Students, faculty & staff members will be on hand to assist you and to answer your questions about NC State’s academic programs and campus activities.
Through your involvement in the African American Symposium, you will gain valuable insight into campus life from the perspective of students. You will have the opportunity to enhance your knowledge of self, develop transitional strategies for academic success and begin building your personal network of support. This experience is an introduction to a variety of exciting academic and cultural experiences, which will challenge your minds. It’s a chance to learn about NC State University’s diverse academic disciplines, offerings which push you beyond the ordinary by encouraging participation in independent study, major research projects, special seminars, scholars programs and forums. It is also a sampling of State’s cultural and social opportunities.
The opportunity is at hand to absorb all the ingredients, which have made NC State University one of the nation’s premiere institutions. Seize the moment and join us! The current students are excited to meet and welcome you to NC State University!
Please register for symposium here: 2013 Symposium Registration.
See you in August!
Rod Bradley, Director of Multicultural Student Affairs
Gabe Wical, Director of New Student Orientation/Welcome Week
Dr. Tracey E. Ray, Assistant Vice Provost for Student Diversity