Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service
CSLEPS Message Regarding Chapel Hill Tragedy
Thursday, February 12
The Office of Student Leadership & Engagement joins the entire NC State community in expressing condolences to the family and friends of three members of the pack who were victims of a tragic shooting in Chapel Hill last evening. We know that these events are in the thoughts of our students, faculty and staff and are here to provide support during this time.
Tonight, from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., the Muslim Student Association will hold an open vigil on the Brickyard. Also, counseling services remain available today for students. Room 303 in Harrellson has been designated as a temporary prayer space for Muslim students.
We encourage students to take part in these services and activities as we remember NC State student Razan Abu-Salha and Wolfpack alumni Deah Barakat and Yusor Mohammad. Please follow us @DoSomethingNCSU for updates on these and additional activities as information becomes available.
CSLEPS Drop-In Office Hours
Stop by to chat with one of our staff members in various locations around campus each week.
Nathan 10am-noon in 346 Harrelson
Adam 2-4pm in 348 Harrelson
Dawn 4:30-6:30pm in 345 Harrelson Hall
Melissa 3-5pm in 346 Harrelson
Amanda at the Oval on Centennial Campus
Do good things well.
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service (CSLEPS) provides unique learning opportunities that embody the value of leadership, service, responsible citizenship, and ethics. CSLEPS offers opportunities such as Alternative Service Break (ASB), leadership development workshops and programs, and service initiatives focusing on local, national and global social justice issues. We strive to help students become ethical and effective leaders, activists, volunteers, philanthropists, engaged citizens, researchers, and social innovators. Whether you are a seasoned student leader or just getting started on your service journey, make CSLEPS your home.