Campus Resources

  • Arrival Survival: Information about All Campus Card, banking, drivers license, housing, insurance, parking permits, residency requirements, registration, etc.
  • Campus Police — In an emergency dial 911 from a campus phone or call 515-3000 for a non-emergency situation.
  • Counseling Center provides counseling for NC State students experiencing personal, academic or vocational problems. Psychological assessment and psychiatric consultation are also available. Many services are free to currently enrolled students of North Carolina State University.
    Location: 2401 Student Health Center, 2815 Cates Avenue at Dan Allen Drive
  • Policies, Regulations and Rules provides university policies on rights, responsibilities, grievance procedures, appeals process, etc.
  • Environmental Health and Safety provides health, safety, and environmental services to everyone at NC State. Its goal is to help staff, faculty, and students take an active role in protecting their health and the environment. Their Website contains guidelines for preparing safety plans, waste management, accident reporting, etc.
  • Chemistry Department Safety Information provides information on reporting accidents, incidents, and safety concerns; personal protective equipment; relevant EH&S courses; and safety monitoring and compliance.
  • Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA), in 2016 Harris Hall, assists students in applying for and securing financial assistance when resources are insufficient to meet educational expenses. This includes scholarships, grants, loans and campus employment — or need assistance with any part of the financial aid process. The OSFA offers individual as well as group financial aid counseling assistance.
  • Student Health Center provides affordable, accessible and high quality primary health care to those eligible for services, and provides a comprehensive disease-prevention and health promotion program to the NC State community. All registered NC State students who pay a health fee are eligible for care. The health fee is part of the academic fees you pay each semester. Student Health Services is located at 2815 Cates Avenue and Dan Allen Dr.
  • Office of International Services (OIS) provides international students with accurate and timely information concerning immigration regulations and University policies. Advisors are available by appointment to discuss your individual questions and concerns.
  • Office of Student Conduct is responsible for the implementation of the Code of Student Conduct. Consistent with that goal, this office is engaged in the task of educating the university community regarding the standards for student behavior and procedures used in the resolution of student disciplinary charges. This work is done in partnership with the Judicial Branch of Student Government. Students, teaching assistants and faculty play integral roles in this process.
  • University Transportation is responsible for administering parking services, campus transit services, transportation alternatives and the maintenance of transportation facilities on campus including the Wolfline bus system.