Skip to main content

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We promote the success of all students, faculty, and staff.

We would like to take a moment to honor the land beneath us. The land that North Carolina State University sits on is land that was originally stewarded by two Indigenous tribes: the Tuscarora and the Catawba tribes. We honor these tribes today by recognizing that this institution of higher education is built on land stolen from those who were here before the colonizers arrived. Additionally, this land has borne witness to over 400 years of the enslavement, torture, and systematic mistreatment of African people and their descendants. We honor these people today by recognizing them in order to break the cycle of colonization and the continued erasure of Indigenous and Black peoples. We must acknowledge the history of the spaces and places we occupy to both understand and unlearn the many ways that we have been socialized.

Co-authored by NC State University Campus Community Centers


Prior to reciting or sharing this statement, please reflect on why it is important to do so. Here are resources to help explain and ground the practice: 

Meet your Staff and Faculty Senators!

Inclusion and Wellbeing

Your physical, mental and emotional health matter. That’s why we’re committed to creating an environment where all members of the Pack can be well and thrive.

Students listen to a speaker during “Respect The Pack” in Talley Student Union.


Park Shops
101 Current Drive
Campus Box 7301
Raleigh, NC 27695-7301

Contact Us

Phone: 919.515.9187