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Campus Life

Explore your interests. Broaden your mind. At NC State, you'll find many opportunities for you to get involved on and off campus.

Student Organizations

Whatever your area of interest, be it political, professional, social, ethnic or academic, you’ll find your fit at NC State. With more than 700 student organizations to choose from, you’ll meet like-minded friends and those whose views challenge your own.

The college’s student ambassadors are highly responsible undergraduate students who assist with college and university functions such as University Open House, visiting days, major fairs, and alumni lunches. The ambassadors’ mission is to promote NC State and the college, keeping prospective students and campus partners updated on the opportunities available in Humanities and Social Sciences.

Applications are available each March for the following academic year. Applicants must have an officially declared Humanities and Social Sciences major, full-time status, and a minimum cumulative NC State GPA of 2.7. Applicants must also have completed at least one full-time semester at NC State at the time of application.

Ambassadors should be confident and comfortable speaking both one-on-one and in large groups, be enthusiastic about their college experience and have a record of campus involvement and leadership potential. Ambassadors can expect to volunteer about 10 hours per semester; hours vary based on dates of events and prospective student visits and can include evenings or Saturdays.

Faculty Advisor: Dara Leeder

This council promotes the interests and general welfare of students, furthers communication and cooperation among the college’s departments, and provides Humanities and Social Sciences students with a representative council. The council represents undergraduate student organizations, helps fund the college’s organizational needs, handles funds received by the council, promotes leadership and participation, and helps organize the annual college career fair.

The council also awards one or more Abraham Holtzman Scholarships each year to continuing undergraduates. This award is based on service to the community or the college, including community service, organizational leadership, volunteer activities and/or a commitment to raising the visibility and prestige of the college. Applications and additional details are generally available in mid-March for the following academic year.

Faculty advisor: Dara Leeder

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

We are committed to fostering an environment where all feel valued and appreciated. Our college is a campus leader in promoting and exploring diversity through our words and our actions.

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Student Support

Student Health Services

NC State Student Health Services is designed to meet the health needs of our students. Highly qualified professionals provide top quality care and can assist with referrals to on and off campus resources.

Counseling Center

We work hard to create a campus culture that supports and connects us all. Our work includes providing direct services to students, outreach and prevention, training new professionals in student mental health and much more.