Veterans Education Benefits supports student veterans and veterans’ dependents in applying for and managing their VA Education Benefits and GI Bill. If you need assistance with residency, receiving military credit, a leave of absence, or a tuition payment plan, Veterans Education can help.
The Academic Success Center provides academic assistance for many 100 and 200-level courses, as well as general study support and writing and speaking support for undergraduate and graduate students.
The Disability Resource Office works diligently to ensure that students with disabilities are provided an inclusive experience and equal opportunity to participate in courses and programs by determining eligibility for accommodations and serving as a resource to faculty in helping them understand their obligation in providing equal access.
NC State Academic Advising Programs and Services helps students effectively navigate processes and take advantage of university resources.
Request an official transcript, register for classes using MyPack Portal, review your schedule, find course registration and academic calendars, and view course catalogs for current and future semesters at the Student Services Center.
Order your books online, shop for your favorite Wolfpack fan, or check out the latest computer gear and software at Wolfpack Outfitters.
Find books, journals and other materials in the Libraries catalog, obtain directions to different branches, and look up hours of operation on the NC State Libraries website.
The Study Abroad Office will help you set goals for study abroad, consider the various program types, understand the financial resources, and get started on an application.
Visit Scholarships and Financial Aid for information on scholarships, loans, grants and filling out your FAFSA.
Complete this form and return to Financial Aid to include the purchase price of a computer for educational use in your Cost of Attendance.
Short-term loans are available to assist students who need small amounts of funding for emergency expenses. The maximum available loan is $500.
The Student Emergency Fund was established by the Division of Academic and Student Affairs to help ensure that NC State students have access to the support and resources they need to successfully recover from unexpected financial crises.
Wellness and Support
The NC State Counseling Center is here to help student veterans access your own abilities to make your career at NC State successful and meaningful.
Student Health Services provides appropriate, affordable, accessible, and high quality primary health care to students.
Learn more about our community centers including the African American Cultural Center, GLBT Center, Multicultural Student Affairs, and the Women’s Center through the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity.
The Women’s Center advocates provide support to survivors of sexual and relationship violence including stalking. Services include crisis counseling intervention, academic/housing advocacy, accompaniment to court, student conduct hearings, and law enforcement agencies, and referrals to other services on campus or in the community.
Career and Continuing Education
The Career Development Center prepares and empowers students to identify and pursue their career goals.
View the graduate catalog, find information on degree programs, student organizations and admissions. Check your application status, and learn about upcoming events the Graduate School offers.
Educational Testing Service offers a limited number of GRE Fee Reduction Vouchers on a first-come, first-served basis to college seniors and enrolled college graduates who meet eligibility requirements.
The Fellowship Advising Office helps NC State’s undergraduate students, graduate students, and alums learn of and apply for nationally competitive and prestigious awards. These awards fund a wide range of opportunities, and many are connected to undergraduate and graduate degree programs or internships, overseas opportunities, and independent projects.
View sports schedules and up-to-date scoreboards, and get ticket, team and event information at GoPack.com.
NC State’s Transportation and Parking services can help you obtain a parking permit or explore alternative transportation options, like the Wolfline bus system.
Wolfline buses connecting campus are free to students and the public. The university offers discounted rates for GoRaleigh and GoTriangle bus passes.
Essentials and Extras
NC State and campus partners have developed many programs to support students in need of food, housing, financial, and educational security through Pack Essentials.
Visit childcare.gov for more information.
RightTime KiDS drop-in childcare center to provide discounted rates ($8/hr) for faculty, staff, postdocs, and students. RightTime KiDS helps to address short-term, urgent, after hours, and/or last minute child care needs for children aged 18 months through 12 years.
Located at 2221 Dunn Ave. in the Quad Commons, the Feed the Pack Food Pantry stocks food, household, and hygiene items.
Live on campus in a residence hall or apartment, or find out more about living learning villages through University Housing.
NC State University Housing provides temporary and emergency housing on a case-by-case basis. Contact Katrina Pawvluk for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919.515.4339.
The Wolfpack Styled Professional Clothing Closet provides students with the professional clothing needed for an interview, a career fair, a conference, or for the first week of work.
As an NC State student, faculty, or staff member, you can download and install a free copy of the full MS Office suite (includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), and you also have access to the cloud versions of these products (Office 365). Your free copy of Office 365 can be installed on multiple devices and comes with online file storage space in OneDrive.