A New Student's Guide to Involvement
Surveys conducted by the Division of Academic and Student Affairs of students at NC State have found that being involved on campus gives students a stronger support network, makes them more likely to graduate (and on time), helps them develop diverse skill sets, and makes them more marketable to employers when they graduate. In addition, those students feel a greater sense of belonging to the Wolfpack and make friends and memories that will last a lifetime.

Our office has some tips and tricks to share about getting involved on campus during your time at NC State. Visit our guide to involvement for new students (and current students) by clicking here!
Leadership Development
2021-2022 Registration Now Open
The Leadership Development Program (LDP) provides 10 foundational workshops that are designed to engage and prepare new leaders. Students also have the option to earn a Leadership Certificate by engaging in a coaching relationship and leadership experience, and completing the foundations workshops and a reflection paper.

Registration is now open for the 2021-2022 cohort in the Leadership Development Program. Student must register to participate. Sign up soon, as spots fill up quickly for both fall and spring semesters! The preferred priority deadline for registration is August 22, 2021.

Civic and Community Engagement
Mystery Service Saturday Registration
Join us Saturday, July 24 from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. for our next Mystery Service Saturday! Mystery Service Saturday is just what it sounds like–join our team and a group of student volunteers on a service morning somewhere here in the Triangle region to conduct direct service within our community. You'll find out all the details when you arrive! Hop in our Mystery Service Machine and try something new!

Please contact Alexa DeFalco for any questions about Mystery Service Saturday via email at ardefalc@ncsu.edu.

Events and Activities
Welcome Home banner in Talley Student Union
Welcome to the Class of 2025
NC State is excited to welcome the class of 2025 and all new students to the Wolfpack! The office of New Student Programs publishes a New Student Checklist each summer for students to make sure they're ready when they arrive this fall. Check out the checklist linked here.

We invite everyone to follow us on social media below to keep up with the latest involvement, leadership development, and civic and community engagement opportunities!
Other Events and Activities in July
What is Undergraduate Research and Where Do I Start?
Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. in DH Hill room 2425

Make Music at NC State: Orientation Info Session
July 6 and 16 at 4 p.m.

Get Involved: Student Alumni Association Information Session
July 8, 19, and 28 at 7 p.m. via virtual stream

Exploring Membership in a Fraternity or Sorority
July 21 at 4 p.m. via virtual stream
About Student Leadership and Engagement
Student Leadership and Engagement helps students engage in memorable involvement experiences that build their sense of belonging at NC State and provide them with the knowledge, tools, and experiences to practice socially responsible leadership.