NC State provides a variety of resources for our students. Below are a few resources we recommend students check out.
Policies and Procedures
- Student Service Center – One Stop Shop for everything you need to know from academic calendars to enrollment to finances!
- Code of Student Conduct
- Policies, Rules, and Regulations – Definitions and procedures for various policies such as Grade Exclusion, Credit Only, Full-Time Status, Suspension, and more.
- Academic Success Center – connect with a variety of free tutoring and academic skills mentoring programs and resources
- Math Multimedia Center
- Chemistry Tutorial Center
- Physics Tutorial Center
- Academic Counseling – Providing specific guidance on improving academic performance.
- Resources and Websites for Help with Core Courses – scroll to bottom of page when you open up link
Exploring Majors and Minors
- Major – Explore all the majors NC State has to offer!
- Minors – Explore minors to complement your personal and professional goals.
- Academic Advising Programs and Services – Unsure what major you want? AAPS advisors are trained to work with students who need more guidance in looking for the right major.Inter-College Transfer Students – For current students who are unsure what they want to major in or want to explore all majors.
- Change of Degree Application – Need to declare a new major? Check out this website for the requirements and application information.
- Career Identity Program – a certificate program for first year students to explore career options and talk with a faculty or staff coach to help answer your career/major questions
- Career Development Center – Explore careers and get help on professional development. Don’t forget to attend the career fairs hosted every semester!
- Career Identity Program – a great year-long program that offers students the opportunity to explore their sense of personal identity, majors, co-curricular experiences, and careers through targeted activities, group and individual career coaching, and interactions with a diverse student, alumni, and employer population.
- Health Professions Advising – Everything you need to know about preparing for the health professions.
- VetPAC – A great resource center for any student interested in working with animals.
- Pre-Law Advising – Guidance, information, and support to students who are thinking about law school.
- CALS Career – Career resources for students interested in majors in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
- Office of Undergraduate Research – First stop to learning about getting involved in research.
- Counseling Center – Holistic counseling services providing a safe and non-judgmental environment to help students gain clarity, self-confidence, and hope.
- Student Health Services – Student Health Services offers confidential, professional healthcare ranging from general medical care to specialized treatments.
- Multicultural Student Affairs – Providing programs and services to expand students’ cultural horizons while honoring their respective cultural experiences.
- African American Culture Center – promotes awareness of and appreciation for African American and other African descent experiences through activities and events
- Diversity and Inclusion Resources – Includes sharing and listening space and workshops, cultural competence training programs, and LinkedIn Learning resources and courses
- GLBT Center – The GLBT Center serves students of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.
- Women’s Center – A community of leaders and allies who pursue gender equity and social justice; enhancing the campus climate through education, advocacy, support, and leadership development.
- Pack Essentials – Programs to support students in need of food, housing, financial, and educational security.
- Safe at NC State – All in one place for resources providing confidential emotional support, safety, and medical care.
- Disability Resource Office – NC State is committed to ensure that no qualified individual with a disability in the United States shall be excluded from, denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity.
- MyPack Portal User Guide
- Help Desk
- Wolfpack One Card
- Leadership and Civic Engagement
- Study Abroad
- Financial Aid
- Concept Mapping website – allows you to make concept maps for your courses to help you with learning content
- How to Email your Professor – contains great advice about what should and should not be in an email