E.S. King Village Apartments
At E.S. King Village you’ll be a part of history while shaping your future. The community was originally built to house veterans and their families after World War II. Today, E.S. King still serves students with families and married couples, but has expanded to embody a diverse cross-section of the student, faculty and staff member population.
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- Studio, one and two bedroom apartments
- Furnished or unfurnished options available
- Convenient to both NC State Main and Centennial campuses
- Wolfline, CAT and TTA bus routes
- Ample parking
- Computer lab
- On-site maintenance staff members
- Resident garden plots and outdoor green space
- Playgrounds and programs for children
- Fitness room and recreational space with volleyball, basketball and tennis courts
- ResNet high-speed internet and cable
- Fire suppression system
- ADA apartments available
- Coin or card operated laundry on site
- Rent includes cable, water and sewage
E.S. King Village Apartments
3824 Jackson Street
Raleigh, NC 27607
Hours: 8 am to 5 pm, Monday – Friday
E.S. King Village is governed by a Village Council, which holds new elections annually and provides leadership opportunities for all residents of E.S. King Village. The council concerns itself with all issues regarding quality of life, rents, fees and programs that affect and interest residents. Residents are encouraged to assume a leadership role to strengthen existing skills and develop new ones.
The Village Council, along with the E.S. King Village staff members and partners, proudly maintain a high level of programs and events for all residents of the E.S. King Village throughout the year.
What is the Village Council?
Village Council is the resident-run governing body for E.S. King Village that works closely with the Community Director in planning educational and social activities, recommending Village improvements, and functioning as an advisory board on policy issues. Most importantly, the Village Council is a way for residents to meet one another, become actively involved in the community and develop leadership skills. The Village Council is sponsored by University Housing and funded by E.S. King King Village residential rent and fundraising activities.
The purpose of the Village Council is for residents to raise a concerted voice. The Council supplements Resident Advisor programming efforts by sponsoring building and community activities, including movie nights, guest speakers, children’s programs and garden days.
Why should you join the Village Council?
Village Council functions are based on the needs and recommendations of E.S. King Village residents. Becoming involved with the Council means members work directly with other residents to improve the quality of life at E.S. King Village. Council members make valuable contributions regarding programming activities and physical improvements to the property by determining how to spend Council fees. The Village Council also encourages residents to develop leadership skills.
How can you become involved?
There are various levels of involvement within the Council. You can become directly involved through the Executive Committee or assist a committee planning a special event. The Village Council’s greatest resource is resident ideas and suggestions, which are always welcome.
- To apply for an apartment at E.S. King Village, first log in MyPack Portal. (You will need an NC State University Unity ID and password to log in to the Portal.)
- Once in the MyPack portal, select the Main Menu tab, then “Student Self-Service”, “Campus Living”, then “E.S. King Village Apartments” and complete the Apartment Application.
If you do not yet have access to the MyPack portal, please contact your department to establish your ID and log-in information.
To be eligible for housing in E.S. King Village, you or at least one member of your family must be a full-time student, faculty or staff member:
- UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS must be enrolled for a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours.
- GRADUATE STUDENTS must meet at least one of the following criteria:
- be enrolled for a minimum of nine (9) credit hours;
- hold a one-half time University assistantship and be enrolled for a minimum of six (6) credit hours;
- hold a University assistantship appointment with a service obligation greater than one-half but not more than three-quarter time and be enrolled in GR-598, GR-590 or GR-597, GR-697, or GR-698 and be pursuing the degree objective on a full-time basis.
- The above minimum hourly requirements apply to both the fall and spring terms. Occupants enrolled for the spring term, who are scholastically eligible for readmission in the fall term and who have properly preregistered for the fall term, are not required to enroll during the summer terms in order to continue occupancy of their apartment during the summer.
- A new assignment, which begins during summer term, requires enrollment for at least one course for three (3) credits and, unless occupancy is terminated earlier, full-time enrollment for both fall and spring terms.
- POST DOCTORAL STUDENTS, VISITING FACULTY AND SCHOLARS must provide documentation from hosting department or program.
- FACULTY AND STAFF must provide documentation of employment.
- Housing is available to all eligible individuals regardless of age, color, disability, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
- At its sole discretion, NC State may deny housing to individuals who have been charged with or convicted of a felony or are a significant risk to the safety or health of the residential community.
Meet the Staff
Hometown: Jacksonville, Fla.
Hobbies: swimming, board games and exploring this beautiful state
What makes your residents the best? Graduate, non-traditional and international students are the best because they value their education and the importance of what we do to support their success.
What is your favorite part of being a Community Director? Waking up each day to a new challenge to overcome – from a student development meeting to a broken pipe, every challenge has a solution waiting to be discovered.