4 the World at NC State provides medical and educational assistance to underdeveloped communities, and empowers local people to collaborate, learn new skills, and improve their own quality of life. We are a branch off of 4 the World in Garner.
ASRC offers students the opportunity to experience a variety of religious expressions through trips, meetings, guest speakers, and more. Our goal is to foster a wider worldview for everyone at State!
Acappology is the premiere student run, co-ed a capella group at NCSU. We are continually seeking strong new voices. Throughout the year we develop new music, record CD's, and perform throughout the community.
The Accounting Society at NC State is an organization designed for all undergraduate accounting students. Accounting Society creates a structured network of students, their professors, and professionals.
We are the College Chapter for the ACM and AITP organizations. Both are groups for professionals in computer science. We organize tech talks, workshops, and other computer science related events.
The Adopted Students Union works to create an inclusive environment for all adoptees and those interested in learning about adoption. We will host a variety of events and spread awareness about the adoptee community at NCSU and the Triangle area.
The Adult Education and T&D chapter of UGSA is committed to providing activities and resources for graduate students pursuing degrees in Adult and Community College Education and Workforce and Human Resource Development.
We build planes that fly themselves. If you are interested in joining we recommend that you either drop by our lab in EBIII right off of the main lobby and/or attend one of our meetings on Monday at 5:30pm in RM 2003 in EBIII. www.aerialroboticsclub.com
The purpose of the organization shall be to provide a support for and serve as a network with the African American population of student in the College of Textiles. As well as, celebrating the longest running fashion show on NC State's Campus!
African Student Union promotes African culture on campus, as well as the community at large. We stress the importance of scholarship, service, and over all enlightenment of African culture.