All-Campus Network (Student IDs)
With your NC State University student ID, you can access services from the gym and library to campus dining facilities. Learn how to get a student ID and what to do in the case of a lost or stolen card.
NC State Academic Advising Services (AAS) helps students effectively navigate processes and take advantage of university resources.
Learn about distance education programs, courses and the registration process for off-campus learning; view the student handbook and an online catalog.
View the graduate catalog, find information on degree programs, student organizations and admissions. Check your application status, and learn about upcoming events the Grad School offers.
NC State Bookstores
Order your books online, shop for your favorite Wolfpack fan, or check out the latest computer gear and software at NC State Bookstores.
NC State Libraries
Find books, journals and other materials in the Libraries catalog, obtain directions to different branches, and look up hours of operation on the Libraries website.
Student Health Services
NC State Student Health Services is designed to meet the health needs of NC State students. Highly qualified professionals provide top quality care and can assist with referrals to on and off campus resources.
NC State’s Transportation and Parking services can help you obtain a parking permit or explore alternative transportation options, like the Wolfline bus system.
Find information on undergraduate admissions, expenses and scholarships. Learn more about the individual colleges, majors/minors, student life, and what to see and do when visiting campus.
Undergraduate Tutorial Center
Access information on study skills, tutorial assistance and individual tutoring services from the University Tutorial Center website. Complete an online application to request a tutor.
NC State Dining offers a variety of dining options to fit health and dietary concerns of students, faculty and staff. They are conveniently located across the entire campus. For more information regarding meal plans and dining options visit the University Dining website.
NC State Housing has over 20 residence halls with various styles of living options including hall-style, suite-style and on-campus apartment communities. They also have 14 living and learning villages that allow students to participate in more than 2,300 programs in the halls on campus. For more information regarding housing and pricing visit the University Housing website.
Wellness and Recreation
Wellness and Recreation promotes student health and well-being by providing world-class recreation facilities including Carmichael Gymnasium and Recreation Center, the Aquatic Center, and outdoor fields.
View sports schedules and up-to-date scoreboards, and get ticket, team and event information at GoPack.com.