A Message from the Admissions Office

NC State requires both applicants and admitted students to honestly disclose school discipline. We review each school disciplinary record on a case by case basis and within context.

Our interest in school discipline is to try and ensure a safe NC State community that values academic integrity. Peaceful protests by high school students who seek to find solutions to the tragedy of school shootings will not have an impact on their admission decision. NC State students, faculty and staff work every day to solve problems in a respectful environment. We merge creative ideas with purposeful action. We value, stand by and encourage students who try to make a positive impact on the world and solve problems.

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions

2 responses on “A Message from the Admissions Office

  1. Thomas Walsh says:

    As a student planning to be at Green Hope’s walkout tomorrow, you have no idea what this means to me. In a school so divided by political arguments, we are able to come together as one and stand for change. While we do not agree on how this should take place, we all agree that our voices should be heard. Thank you for putting this message out, a day before that other school with the ugly shade of blue might I add.

  2. Bob Braxton says:

    My first “protest” actions were in graduate school when living in New York City.

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