Plants in the Summer Garden have all the resources they need to thrive.View
Plants in the Winter Garden have inadequate resources. Imagine having to choose between buying a textbook or paying your rent.View
Plants in the Wellness Garden indicate a high level of emotional health.View
Plants in the High GPA Garden are doing very well.View
Plants in the First Generation Garden parents (or guardians) have obtained a bachelor’s degree. Imagine having to navigate the complexities of applying for college without the guidance and support of someone who's done it.View
Plants in the Housing Insecurity Garden have experienced homeless within the past year.View
Plants in the High Resources Garden have deep support structures so they can focus on their studies.View
Plants in the Energy Outgoing Garden are working lots, taking care of kids, and generally not sleeping enough.View
A random sampling of NC State students.View
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This project was funded by the
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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