The NC State Alumni Association brings together alumni in a powerful network, driven by activities and community service. It's about people and friendships. Old ones and new ones. Powering up your life and your career.

Membership is open to all graduates, students, supporters and friends. It is a great way to support your alma mater.

Below are reasons why you should become a member or renew your membership today!

Networking


Currently, more than 220,000 alumni live around the world. The Alumni Association works to engage alumni through a mix of programs and activities, including:

Networks: More than 30 regional alumni networks across the country offer opportunities to connect with alumni who share your love for NC State. From service projects and receptions with Chancellor Randy Woodson to game watching parties and happy hours, regional networks offer events and activities for alumni of all ages.

Societies: Alumni societies, based on affiliations such as occupation, major, scholarship, ethnicity or class year, meet for reunions and other activities to network, socialize and mentor current students.

Homecoming:
Throughout the week of Homecoming, alumni revisit favorite campus landmarks, judge the ingenuity of students' Homecoming Parade floats, enjoy food and fellowship during our Homecoming football pre-game tailgate and cheer on the Wolfpack during the game.

Reunion Weekend: Each spring, the Alumni Association invites the class celebrating its 50th anniversary back to campus to renew old friendships and revive their ties with the alma mater that helped shape them.

Wolfpack Connect:
Search the online directory of alumni for your former roommate or your future business partner. You can search by name, class year, location, business and more.

Alumni News


Members remain connected to NC State no matter where they live through our print publications and online communications, including:

NC State magazine: Each issue of the alumni magazine, published quarterly, is packed with stories and photographs that capture the best of the university. Members can also submit class notes for publication.

Social Media: Connect with NC State's active alumni community on several online social media networks, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Career Advancement


The Alumni Association provides members who are NC State graduates numerous career resources, including:

Career Coaching: Access to two one-hour career coaching sessions (a $200 value) via phone or in-person. Use this session for any career-related issue, such as resume/cover letter development, interview preparation, job-search strategies or any other aspect of career planning.

ePACK: Gain access to job postings, the ability to search recruiting contacts and the option to upload your resume so it can be searched by employers who are looking for NC State graduates.

Program Support


Membership in the Alumni Association is the most recognizable way to support NC State. A portion of every membership is allocated to support activities and events, including:

Alumni Programs: Homecoming, Reunion Weekend, Networks and Societies, Alumni Awards, Faculty Awards and more.

Legacy Programs: Legacy Admissions Day, Legacy Luncheon and more.

Student Programs: Student Alumni Association, Student Ambassador Program, Homecoming and more.

Scholarships: Support to the Caldwell Fellows program through scholarship endowments and more.