Brittany Hunt

Apr 13, 2017

Native American Banquet and Pow Wow Highlights

NC State’s Native American community held its end-of-year Banquet and Powwow on March 31 and April 1, 2017 respectively. Both events were hosted by the Native American Student Association (NASA) and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) in conjunction with Multicultural Student Affairs.

Feb 23, 2017

NC State Co-Hosts Asian American Conference

The East Coast Asian American Student Union (ECAASU) conference took place this weekend at NC State's McKimmon Center. The conference celebrated its 40th anniversary this year and was hosted jointly by Duke University, NC State, and UNC Chapel Hill.

Oct 6, 2016

NC State to Commemorate Second Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day

In 2015, NC State's Native American students accomplished an important milestone for the Native community and for NC State: the first annual commemoration of Indigenous Peoples' Day in place of Columbus Day.

Sep 8, 2016

Hispanic Heritage Month: "Celebrating Our Culture, Lighting the Future"

Multicultural Student Affairs will host Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 - October 15, 2016. This year's theme is "Celebrating Our Culture, Lighting the Future."

Sep 2, 2016

Peer Mentors Meet Their Matches

The Peer Mentor Program (PMP) serves to provide first-year students with support from their fellow peers at NC State.

Feb 11, 2016

Freshman Honors Convocation Highlights Academic Excellence

Each Spring, Multicultural Student Affairs hosts Freshman Honors Convocation, a ceremony that recognizes the collective and individual achievements of our multicultural students. Any African American, Native American, or Latino first-year student receiving a GPA of a 3.0 or higher is honored.

Oct 29, 2015

New Assistant Director Brittany Hunt

Brittany Danielle Hunt is the new assistant director of Native American Student Affairs in Multicultural Student Affairs. Her role is twofold: to create programming that will serve to support the academic, professional and social needs of Native American students and to educate the campus community about indigenous peoples and issues.