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!
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.
The Alexander Hamilton Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for undergraduate students offered jointly by the Poole College of Management and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at North Carolina State University.
A welcoming community that discusses the four subcategories of anthropology including: physical, linguistic, cultural, and archaeology. Throughout the year we hold weekly meetings and take trips as a group. We study humans - dead or alive!
The AASA is an association dedicated to the union of Arab and non-Arab students through social and service events. The AASA is a nonpolitical, nonreligious, all inclusive group that utilizes Arab culture and the Arab community to celebrate and serve.
To expose the NC State community to the Arabic language and culture and bring students together with similar interests.
AEGS works to provide support for and represent the interests of graduate students in English.
It is an organization run by the students, for the students to enhance professional development and to promote human dignity. The BSSWA strives to complement the academic requirements of the program.
The vision and mission of the BackTrackers is to identify, embrace, support, and advocate on behalf of nontraditional students and give them a place to belong and a way to connect with other students, and the NC State community.
The purpose of Barkada is to unite the Filipino students and anyone else interested in the Filipino culture at North Carolina State University. The club will provide friendship and leadership by holding social, service, and cultural events.