On Central Campus near the hub of arts activity
Turlington is next to Price Music Center, Talley Student Center and close to the Frank Thompson Building - all homes of the arts on campus.
In Turlington Residence Hall
The hall features good-sized air-conditioned rooms off a common hall with two shared baths per floor. Recent renovations include refinished hardwood floors, new sinks, dressers, desks and loftable beds.
With students who have a passion for the arts
The village provides opportunities for students from diverse personal and academic backgrounds.
Free tickets to ARTS NC STATE and Triangle arts performances and events
All Arts Village students participating in the Arts Forum will receive free admission to all ARTS NC STATE events. Forum events that take place around the Triangle are also provided at no cost to Forum participants.
Interaction with Guest Artists
The arts departments on campus work hard to coordinate entertaining and engaging activities with artists coming in from off-campus as well as faculty and staff at NC State.
Opportunity and outlet for personal creativity
Classes, hall programs and events coordinated by students happen consistently throughout the year.
Priority seating in some arts-related academic classes
Priority use of the Masini Practice Room in Price Music Center
To use the Masini Practice Room, students must bring their ID and leave it in Room 203 in Price Music Center in exchange for a key to the practice room between the hours of:
9am - 5pm Monday through Friday
5pm - 10pm Monday through Thursday (to the building attendant)
3pm - 8pm Sunday
Live in Turlington Residence Hall
Residents are required to uphold the Student Code of Conduct, University Housing Rules and Community Standards and remain in good academic standing with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Please visit Turlington Residence Hall on University Housing's website for more information.
Attend 4 hall events per semester
A residence hall-sponsored program is an activity developed and/or sponsored by a Resident Advisor or Hall Council. They range from social events to opportunities to learn about campus resources, and personal or professional development.
Fulfill 4 semesters of 1-credit Arts Forum
During the first four semesters, all Arts Village participants enroll in ARTS FORUM, a one-credit-hour experiential course. The visual and performing arts programs of ARTS NC STATE—Center Stage, the Crafts Center, the Dance Program, the Gregg Museum of Art & Design, the Music Department and University Theatre—provide the foundation of this course through performances, workshops and exhibitions.
The Arts Forum will provide students with the opportunity to study the arts through attendance at arts events both on and off campus. The Arts Forum Syllabus contains a complete listing of events.
Students who wish to participate in the Arts Village for a third year must:
- satisfactorily complete 4 semesters of AVS100-The Arts Forum
- submit a paper describing how he/she will contribute to the Arts Village during a third year