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Pride Symposium

Fall 2024 Pride Symposium | August 14-16, 2024

The Pride Symposium is a two-day welcome and community-building experience designed to provide incoming students with information about the LGBTQ Pride Center, annual events, and ways to get involved. Students will learn about LGBTQ+ student organizations on campus, opportunities to volunteer through the Pride Center and the LGBTQ+ resources in the local community.

Incoming students will get a chance to connect with each other and hear from returning students about what it’s like to be LGBTQ+ at NC State. This annual event is a great way for students to create community, learn about campus resources, enjoy free food, and have some fun.

Who: First-Year and transfer students joining the on-campus Wolfpack experience in 2024-25

What: A Wolfpack Welcome Week event to help you get connected with the LGBTQ+ community and its resources at NC State

When: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, August 14-16, 2024

Where: NC State Campus

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FAQ's

When is the Symposium?
Pride Symposium is hosted before the start of each semester, in August.

Is there a fee for the Symposium?
Students are able to attend the symposium at no cost.

How long is the symposium?
Pride Symposium will take place over 2 days (one whole day and two ½ days) the week before classes start, in conjunction with Symposium for Multicultural Scholars.

What should I bring to the Pride Symposium?
Any necessary materials are provided as a part of registration. However, students can bring a bag or backpack to carry the provided materials and a light jacket or sweater.

If I’m participating in Pride Symposium when do I move into my on-campus residence hall?
Pride Symposium is considered an Early Arrival event. Participants in the Symposium DO NOT need to sign up for an appointment time.  The Symposium administrators will provide housing the names of participants, and housing will know that those students are moving in early.  Once you register, we will communicate details on move-in. Information about the Fall move-in guidelines can be found on the University Housing website.

If I have a scheduling conflict during the Symposium?
In general, we will assist you in navigating the schedule. We encourage students to be on time and check-in according to the emailed information they have received. Please email the Pride Center if you have specific concerns at pridecenter@ncsu.edu.

Resources

As you begin your transition to NC State, here are some key resources that we believe would be helpful for your journey.