NC State is making great strides in supporting its many veterans and active military. New developments in military affairs will be coming very soon; meanwhile, please make note of the following Veterans Day activities scheduled for this week.
Veterans Invited to Sign Commemorative Banner
NC State’s military veterans are invited to sign their names on a commemorative 2016 banner that will hang in Talley Student Union on Veterans Day. Stop by the table in the Talley lobby on Monday, November 7, 2016 from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Fourth Annual Salute to Veterans Flag Display
For the fourth year, the Student Veterans Association and Staff Senate have displayed over 1,000 flags in the Court of North Carolina. This year, the flags will be out for two weeks, from November 1-14, 2016. Stop by and see the breathtaking display and take a quiet moment to honor all veterans.
Veterans Day 5K Run
Friday, November 11, 2016
NC State Memorial Belltower
Guest Speaker: Brigadier General Richard A. Coe, USAF
Assemble at Belltower – 5:45 a.m.
Run – 6:00 a.m.
Ceremony – 7:00 a.m.
The ROTC Programs along with other members of the NC State community are running a 5K the morning of Veterans Day in honor of the service members who have come before us. We would like to give back to the Veterans by raising money for the USO, an organization that has done so much for the men and women who help keep our country safe. Donate to the USO.
Veterans to Enjoy a Free Lunch with NC State Dining
NC State veterans and active military are invited to enjoy a free lunch with NC State Dining on Friday, November 11, 2016. Veterans will receive a special NC State Veteran lapel pin. Participating locations include:
- Fountain, Clark and Case Dining Halls
- On the Oval
- The Atrium
- Talley Pavilions
- One Earth
- Wolves’ Den (CVM)
- The Terrace Dining Room (Reservations required; seating is limited. Reserve now.)
- 1887 Bistro (Reservations required; seating is limited. Reserve now.)
Send a Friend to Green Zone Training
Did you know that NC State offers Green Zone Training? Green Zone Training provides participants with an understanding of the experience of military-connected students and families as they transition from the military to campus life. The training also brings awareness of community resources available to military-connected students and families on and off our campus.
Participants who complete the training receive a sign to display in their office and have their name listed on our website as having completed the training. To date, 287 faculty members, staff and students have completed this free two-hour workshop offered by the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity. Learn more and register.