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Current or Past Goodnight Scholar NC State

ParentOf2022ParentOf2022 Registered User Posts: 121 Junior Member
My son will be attending NC State for his Goodnight Scholar Interview in a couple of weeks. Are there any Current or Past Goodnight Scholars with tips or insight from their experience with this important day?

Replies to: Current or Past Goodnight Scholar NC State

  • ParentOf2022ParentOf2022 Registered User Posts: 121 Junior Member
    Tried to delete this one...sorry for the double thread
  • ParentOf2022ParentOf2022 Registered User Posts: 121 Junior Member
    edited February 25
    Well....I guess everyone is under orders to be fairly hush hush. My son arrived yesterday & incase this is still up, next year...
    Don't stress about it. My son was a bit worried until he got there and then he was fine <3 The interview won't be about anything you can't answer. Just be yourself. I know vague, right?
    Now
    Questions I have as a parent
    If my son gets in & he gets honors college & he's already in engineering college....
    1) which dorms, honors or engineering or?
    2) would honors college, goodnight scholars & engineering college, be to much? We want him to enjoy every opportunity, but we don't want him to burn out or have grades suffer, due to to many extras...
  • jimisonjcbluejimisonjcblue Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Hi! If your son was fortunate to be selected as a Goodnight Scholar finalist, then I know that he won't have any trouble with being in Honors, Goodnight, and Engineering. Many Goodnight scholars are deeply involved in all 3 colleges, and still have plenty of time and ambition to be involved in other activities and organizations at NC State. As a student who does all 3, these programs help create solid connections throughout college and assist in discovering new STEM and social interests!
  • jimisonjcbluejimisonjcblue Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    So sorry for the late response. I know the decisions for the Goodnight Scholars Program are already out, but I hope your son was accepted and considers NC State!
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