Wellness and Recreation Alumni and Friends

Alumni Memberships

Members of the NC State Alumni Association are eligible for a membership to the Wellness and Recreation Center.

Membership Type Annual Month to Month Payroll Deduction
Alumni $360 $35  

Please bring the completed form to Member Services, located in the lobby of the Wellness and Recreation Center. For additional information on Carmichael membership, and what to bring, please view our membership options page.

Membership Form

Giving Opportunities

Leave your legacy for the next generation of Wolfpack members. Several opportunities are available for you to support the movement and inspire well-being at NC State.

Giving Opportunities

Alumni Magazine

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Fall 2017


Fall 2017

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Thank you for your contribution as a Wellness and Recreation Alumni. For more information, please contact:

Mary Yemma Barnhart ’03, ’06

Associate Director, Wellness and Recreation

(919) 513-3890


Alumni Stories

  • New Scholarship Established in Honor of First Latinx Student Body President

    April 20, 2021

    Alumnus Mitchell Moravec has established a new scholarship in honor of his friend and former student body president, Jackie Gonzalez. The new scholarship will benefit NC State students who have demonstrated a commitment to the Latinx community and live in a rural North Carolina community.

  • Spotlight on Our Alumni: Caide Wooten ’15

    January 28, 2021

    The University Honors and Scholars Programs caught up with Caide Wooten '15, who now works as an associate veterinarian at Pruyn Veterinary Hospital in Missoula, Montana.

  • Colton Botta Earns Prestigious Marshall Scholarship

    December 21, 2020

    The 2019 graduate is one of 46 recipients of the 2021 Marshall Scholarships, a fully funded merit-based award for Americans of high ability to pursue postgraduate study in the United Kingdom.