Alumni and Donors


Dear University Scholars Program Alumni:

Whether you graduated from NC State in 1980 or 2014, we are happy that you were a part of the University Scholars Program (USP)…or the Residential Scholars Program, as it used to be called, for you real old-timers! As NC State continues to grow and change, you will always be an important part of the fabric of the life and history of this campus and of the USP.

The USP would like to stay in touch with our graduates, to share information between alums about your work and families, and to provide some occasional updates about current USP activities. We now offer an Alumni Survey that allows you to submit this information and provide updates for our Alumni Updates page.

Additionally, if you have been trying to think of an appropriate way to support your alma mater, please consider contributing to the University Scholars Program. An endowment fund has been set up for this purpose in the NC State Foundation. In 2014, this fund was renamed in honor of Alex Miller, who served as the Director of the University Scholars Program for 28 years, from 1985-2013. 

You can contribute to this fund through the Annual Giving website. Please select the University Scholars Program from the drop-down menu. Or, you can contribute by mail.  Just indicate the account # on your check: 140264. If you work for a matching gift company please send along the appropriate form so that your gift can be matched by your company. Your personal contribution is fully tax-deductible, and can be sent directly to the USP office at the following address:

University Scholars Program
Alumni Contribution Fund 140264
Campus Box 7316
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7316

I hope that as you review the University Scholars Program website you will be impressed by the growth and maturation that has occurred. The success of this program has always been made possible because of the quality, hard work, vision, and commitment of individuals like you. And please remember, we are always open to your suggestions for future improvements!

Best wishes for continued success,

Sean Cassidy
University Scholars and Honors Programs