Provide one-on-one college application and financial aid assistance to students and families
Organize group events that encourage students and their families to consider, plan for, and apply to colleges and universities
Collaborate with school and community partners to build a college-going culture
Collect and manage school-level data on students’ progress towards post-secondary planning
Develop expertise in admissions and financial-aid advising
The NC State College Advising Corps accepts applicants who graduated from institutions other than NC State University, provided the applicant’s home institution does not have a College Advising Corps program in operation (check “Where We Work” under the College Advising Corps National website), but initial review priority is given to graduates of NC State.
Earned a bachelor’s degree within the last four (4) years
🔓Unlocking our first WolfCAC Time Capsule with our very FIRST College Adviser Cohort! 🔓The 2014-2015 WolfCAC advisers paved the way for our program, led by Program Director Patti Harris and Program Coordinator Cristen Phillbrook!
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Happy First Week of Classes! The WolfCAC is celebrating the start of a new school year this week, and we are READY TO GO!
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🎓 Molly Wells, AmeriCorps College Adviser @ North Moore HS
🎓 Ronicia James, AmeriCorps College Adviser @ Riverside & South Creek HS
🎓 Sam Macy, AmeriCorps College Adviser @ South Granville HS
🎓 Carman Autry, AmeriCorps College Adviser @ J F Webb HS
🎓 Nancy Sierra, NC State CAC Graduate Assistant
🎓 Nicole Ditillo, NC State CAC Director...
I graduated from NC State in 2021, but this was the first picture I ever took on campus when I enrolled in 2019. I stayed in Lee Residence Hall my first year on campus, and the experience was really something I'll never forget! Now, I advise students to look into on-campus housing, groups, or living/learning communities to make connections with other students!...
My name is Katie Larrimore and I'm a first-year advisor serving at East Bladen High School in Bladen county, NC.
I graduated from NCSU with a degree in Social Work in 2021. Throughout undergrad I knew that I wanted to use my degree to make an impact in my community, wherever that may be. I'm so glad to have the opportunity to return to somewhere close to my hometown and serve students with NCSU's College Advising Corps. Being able to work with students every day throughout their postsecondary journey has allowed me to make that impact I was hoping for on my graduation day. Looking forward to this week's advisor takeover!...