Classes and majors are just one part of the college experience. Exposure to new people, places, activities, and ideas are all part of the transformative process through which young people explore their interests and passions and begin to chart a path that will bring them both personal and professional fulfillment.
At NC State, our measure of student success goes far beyond GPAs, retention and graduation rates. We focus on the student experience as a whole. Our goal is to provide innovative, high-impact opportunities, that enable each student to learn and grow and find a home at NC State. We have developed a wide range of programs and activities to ensure that every student has the tools and support to achieve their goals, throughout college and after they graduate.
Has your (or your student’s) EcoVillage experience inspired you to give back to our program?
The EcoVillage Living-Learning Village is a high impact student program housed within NC State’s Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA), one of more than 50 academic and co-curricular experiences and services provided for students by DASA, outside of their majors.
To donate to EcoVillage, along with any additional student programs that may have positively impacted you or your student, please visit the Division of Academic and Student Affair’s “Give” webpage. Currently, an EcoVillage donor would select “Other” when prompted to “Choose A Fund” to donate to.
For questions or additional information about giving opportunities, contact Nicole Peterson, Executive Director of Development at 919.513.1337 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
EcoVillage thanks you for your investment in our students!