Student Council

University College Exploratory Studies Student Council: Get Involved!

About Student Council

The Exploratory Studies Student Council is the representative body for Exploratory Studies students. All Exploratory Studies students are welcome and encouraged to participate. The Council develops events that create a welcoming living and learning environment for Exploratory Studies students, while also encouraging Exploratory Studies student engagement throughout the NC State community. The Council hosts and supports many events, including academic programs, social activities, and community service projects.

Leadership Team (Officers)

President Ivy Jones
Vice President Carson Petrea
Secretary  Taylor Norris
Treasurer  Eric Tomlinson
PR Representative Madison Butler & Alexis Grey
Historian  Alisha Palekar

Advisor: Jordan McMican

Interested in finding out more? Contact an officer. Keep checking back for up to date information on meetings and events.

Funding Requests

Exploratory Studies Student Council at times will support or co-sponsor student groups for various campus initiatives. We give preference to groups that will benefit Exploratory Studies students in some manner. To request funds, please complete the Funding Request Form. Please also contact the Student Council advisor. Individuals and groups must have a representative attend a meeting to request funding.

New Student Orientation!

We are looking forward to meeting the Class of 2021 during New Student Orientation. Please review the information under Admitted Students and check your email for important messages from the University and from Exploratory Studies.

Finish strong!

Remember that the Tutorial Center and other tutoring programs on campus can help you finish strong this semester! The Writing & Speaking Center can help with writing and speaking assignments for any subject.

Career Connections…a great success!

Approximately 575 Exploratory Studies students attended Career Connections on Saturday, March 18. The students heard from panelists representing over 60 different jobs and professions and were able to learn about varying career paths and unique …read more.