A student relaxes in his room at Bragaw Hall.

Choosing the right living space is essential to your academic, emotional and mental health. NC State offers students housing options that range from traditional residence hall living to campus-based village communities to on- and off-campus apartment complexes owned and operated by the university for upperclassmen and graduate student residents only:

  • NC State residence halls are more than just buildings, they are affordable living-and-learning centers equipped with state-of-the-art technology including computer labs, dining options and recreational amenities. Facilities are grouped into three campuses: Residence Halls by Campus Location, making it possible for you to choose a home base convenient to most of your classes.
  • Living and Learning Villages are groups of residence halls devoted primarily to students who share similar academic, personal or lifestyle interests — creating on-campus communities where you can live and learn with a ready-made group of peers who share your values, priorities and interests.
  • University apartment complexes include Wolf Village Apartments, Western Manor and the all-new Wolf Ridge on Centennial Campus, plus E.S. King Village  — an apartment community that serves NC State's married, graduate and non-traditional undergraduate population.