University Housing has a rich history at NC State University. We’ve housed students through many eras and decades. From the late 1800s until now, students have lived on campus at NC State.
- $4.9 million invested in student staff leadership development and opportunities during the 2015-2016 academic year.
- Hires 331 Resident Advisors (RA), Community Assistant Coordinators (CAC), Administrative Coordinators (AC) and Resident Mentors (RM)
- Hires 241 hourly student workers, including Community Assistants (CA) at our 24-hour Service Desks, Housing Ambassadors, Facilities and Marketing Interns
- Hires 20 Graduate Assistants and Resident Directors (RD)
- Hires more than 130 full-time staff
- One of the largest student employers on campus
- 20 Residence Halls with three different styles of living
- 10 Traditional Hall-Style buildings
- 8 Suite-Style Buildings
- 2 converted hotels (hotel-style buildings)
- 4 On-campus Apartments
- Wolf Ridge
- Wolf Village
- Western Manor Apartments
- E.S. King Village Apartments
- Residential facilities include seven computer labs with 127 workstations.
- We rank in the top 25 percent of national residence hall buildings for energy savings, which makes us eligible for Energy Star Certification.
- All residence hall rooms, Wolf Village, Wolf Ridge and E.S. King Village apartments are equipped with sprinkler and state-of-the-art fire suppression systems and high-speed internet connections.
- 15 Living and Learning Villages
- Students living on campus earn higher GPAs than students living off campus.
- Residents participated in more than 2,300 programs in our halls and on campus last year.
- We house 78 percent of the new freshmen class each year.
- We house 23 percent of transfer students each year.
- We house 6 percent of graduate students each year.
- 43 percent of new freshmen participate in a Village each year.
- Our on-campus community of more than 9,000 residents is
- 42 percent freshmen
- 24 percent sophmores
- 14 percent juniors
- 11 percent seniors
- 5 percent transfer and other students
- 4 percent graduates