With more than 34,000 students and nearly 8,000 faculty and staff, North Carolina State University is a comprehensive university known for its leadership in education and research and globally recognized for its science, technology, engineering and mathematics leadership.
The North Carolina General Assembly founded NC State on March 7, 1887 as a land-grant college under the name “North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.” The school became North Carolina State University in 1965 by an act of the North Carolina General Assembly and is currently the largest school in the UNC system.
Most Popular Programs
- The NCSU Leadership in the Public Sector program is an undergraduate degree completion program delivered entirely by distance education. The LPS program was created to provide military and non-traditional students with a liberal arts foundation in the ethical, theoretical, and policy analytical skills necessary to be effective leaders in public sector organizations. The core curriculum focuses on leadership in local, state, federal, and nonprofit organizations, but the program itself includes a broad range of courses that allow students to complete their bachelor’s degree requirements within the NCSU College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.
- USC 120 is a credit-bearing class that focuses on the transition of veterans and service members into the academic environment and campus community. Topics include academic success skills and academic culture typical of any new student seminar course, but USC 120 also includes campus resources and student services specifically for veterans. The course is offered through the First Year College.
- NCSU offers more than 72 degree programs through distance education as well as courses on military installations. This allows greater flexibility to meet the demand of active-duty service members who seek a higher education but cannot commute to campus during regular class hours.
Military Student Support
- The NCSU Student Veterans of America Chapter was founded in 2009 and continues to grow. The group is devoted to creating a veteran friendly campus. Interested student veterans may contact the organization through their website.
- The NCSU Veteran Affairs Office provides student veterans with on online introduction to the university that provides information about accessing and utilizing VA benefits and assists with the transition from military to academic life.
Admissions: Taylor Holland
Continuing Education: Charles Clift
GI Bill: Daniel Hackley
Military Affairs Liaison: Tracey Ray
SOC Representative: Amanda Edwards
Tuition Assistance: Allison Bennett
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