Trademarks — like Tuffy (the Strutting Wolf) and the Block S — are valuable assets to NC State not only in brand-building but also to student scholarship revenues. Up to $1 million of proceeds from the sale of trademarked products is contributed annually to five scholarship funds, all of which are generated from trademark royalties from the companies licensed to supply fans with approved products.
Campus Enterprises Introduces Fast Feedback
Campus Enterprises, NC State’s retail and hospitality division, recently launched a new program to garner quick feedback its service and offerings.
NC State University was announced as a silver recipient for the 2017 Loyal E. Horton Dining Awards, given by The National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS). Named for a NACUFS founder, past president and highly regarded innovator, the awards celebrate exemplary menus, presentations, special event planning, and new dining concepts. They also provide an avenue for sharing ideas and creative presentations in campus dining services.
General University Sponsorships
Study Abroad Programs
Student Program Support
We’ve taken the lead on several major construction and renovation projects, created solutions to campus needs that didn’t exist before and built a reputation for collaboration and innovation. We also do our part to support the university by helping defray administrative costs and funding scholarships and student programming.
In addition to providing 1,465 jobs on campus, we also returne more than $1.2 million annually to NC State students in the form of scholarships and student support programs and initiatives. Much of this results from the sale of licensed university products and sales from NC State Stores.
We’re focused on making NC State a place where students, faculty, staff and visitors feel at home and have the services they need to be successful. By listening closely, we are able to translate needs into new initiatives that solve problems and enhance the university brand.
Not a day goes by when we aren’t making things better on the campus of NC State.