Author: Kasey Kyprianou
When speaking to parents about their own college experiences, one of the most treasured memories that they recall are those that came from living on campus.
Living and Learning Villages are opportunities for students to become involved directly in their residence hall. They are based upon interest, academic focus, shared goals, etc.
University Housing provides a plethora of opportunities for students to get meaningful work experience.
By living in University Housing, students are exposed to a variety of on-campus resources that are beneficial to their college experience.
Students can look forward to a strong sense of community on NC State’s campus and establish lasting relationships.
Decorating a room in a residence hall is one of the best ways for students to express themselves and is often one of the things they look forward to most. It has been suggested that
Living on campus provides students with the resources and opportunities to earn higher GPAs than those who live off-campus.
Living on campus means you have a built-in support network in other students. Learn how RAs are essential to the on-campus experience.
All residence halls on campus keep students in close proximity to campus life. Talley Student Union is centrally located and is home to the NC State Bookstore, plenty of NC State Dining restaurants, two coffee