Students

Oct 10, 2018  |  Campus Life

NC State to Hold Open House for Prospective Students on Oct. 13

NC State opens its doors to prospective students and their families.

Sep 27, 2018  |  Campus Life

Shack-A-Thon Supports Habitat for Humanity

Students from more than 45 different organizations have constructed 19 shacks on the Brickyard. They’ll live in their creations around the clock this week, welcoming visitors — and donations to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

Sep 6, 2018  |  The Abstract

Changing the Landscape of Graduate Education

Problems related to food, energy and water are becoming increasingly complex. NC State is taking a new approach to prepare the scientists who will solve them.

Aug 21, 2018  |  Students

Meet the First-Year Class for 2018

This year’s incoming class is the largest NC State has ever welcomed, with the strongest academic credentials to boot. Meet seven extraordinary students here to make their mark.

Aug 17, 2018

NC State Is the School of Choice for North Carolina Students

The largest and most academically successful first-year class in history comes home to NC State.

Aug 16, 2018  |  Campus Life

Wolfpack Welcome Week 2018

NC State is welcoming first-year and transfer students to campus August 17-25 with a full slate of Wolfpack Welcome Week events.

Aug 16, 2018  |  Campus Life

Move-In Impacts Traffic, Parking

Heads up. Traffic and parking may be a challenge around campus as students arrive for the fall semester.

May 14, 2018  |  Campus Life

Goodnight Scholars Program Announces Transfer Class of 2021

Fifteen transfer students receive Goodnight Scholarships.

May 10, 2018  |  Campus Life

Construction Projects to Impact Traffic

Construction begins Monday on two major projects on main campus, the Yarbrough Drive steam tunnel project and the Carmichael Gym construction project. Both will create significant traffic impacts for drivers on campus.

May 8, 2018  |  Students

A New Teacher’s Surprise Path

Graduate Kaitlin Montgomery prepared for a career in journalism — until one of her signature news stories led her to teach middle school instead.