Campus Resources for Students


Counseling Center

Free workshops on mental health and academic topics of interest to the campus community. Individual and group counseling.

Career Development Center

Figuring out what to do after college can be intimidating, but planning early and getting help can make all the difference. Counselors at the Career Development Center work with professionals in your field, faculty, staff and students to give you the knowledge, insight and resources you need to get you moving and keep you going in the right direction.

Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service (CSLEPS)

Many opportunities for students to get involved on campus, in the community, throughout the U.S. and the world. “Nobody can do everything, but everybody can do something”.

Disability Services Office (DSO)

The Disability Services Office is committed to positive action to secure equal opportunity to academic programs for all admitted students. Please contact DSO if you are a person with a disability and desire any assistive devices, services or other accommodations.     

Global Training Initiative

Opportunities available for students to get experience with international students and programs.

Health PAC

Health PAC advises future health professionals about schooling or careers such as medicine, dentistry, optometry, physical therapy, pharmacy, physician assistant, nursing and more.


Libraries on main campus and Centennial Campus offer outstanding academic and technology resources as well as great spaces to meet and study.

Math Assistance

The Department of Mathematics offers resources to assist you in your math courses

Office of International Services (OIS)

Extensive programs and services for international students.

Pre-Law Services

Pre-Law Services offers guidance, information, and support for students who are considering law school.

Study Abroad

Study Abroad can be an economical way to complete courses in your major and see the world!

Student Organizations

There are over 500 organizations on campus, from academic to social; use the website to search for your areas of interest.

Undergraduate Research Program

The Office of Undergraduate Research at North Carolina State University offers mentored research experiences with NC State faculty and other national and international scholars and professionals.

Undergraduate Tutorial Center

The Undergraduate Tutorial Center (UTC) promotes independent learning and contributes to NC State undergraduate students’ academic success. Free tutoring is available for some courses in math, science, and English.


Students interested in the profession of veterinary medicine may attend presentations about veterinary medical careers, meet fellow students, participate in service projects and social events, and take advantage of opportunities to help them gain experience and networking contacts. As members, students explore multiple paths within the veterinary field, providing opportunities for interaction with others of similar aspirations through scholarship, leadership, and fellowship.

Undergraduate Student Handbook

The NC State University online Student Handbook is a source of information on the many services, activities, and policies of the university. To the extent of any conflict between the information in the Student Handbook and the university’s actual policy, regulation or rule, the actual policy, regulation or rule governs.

Though it contains important information about the university, the online Handbook is not intended to be comprehensive. Vital information is presented, and when necessary, the Handbook will direct you to appropriate university websites where complete information can be found.