Bragaw Hall freshman Max Robb relaxes with Mom (Tamara) and Dad (David).
Greetings from Wolfpack Country!
Fall semester is rushing by and exciting things are happening all over
campus. On-campus students gain significant growth and understanding
from the experience of living in a diverse community of fellow students,
faculty, and staff. Living on campus is designed to promote personal and
academic development, and we see evidence of that every day.
Centennial Campus Apartments: Coming 2013
University Housing recently started construction on the first student residences on Centennial Campus, the largest residential project ever built at NC State. Phase 1 of this project will open fall of 2013. Visit the Centennial webpage for more information.
Family builds a legacy at State
Family traditions are illustrated in a
wide variety of guises. For some
folks,it's a summer trip to the beach,
for others, a holiday dinner. For Craig
and Denise Hunt and their five
daughters - it's a toolbox.
2012-13 Housing Application Renewal Process
The 2012-2013 Housing Application Renewal Process
(HARP) will take place February 13 - February 25, 2012.
As always, the best practice is to sign up early. Stay
aware of HARP updates by visiting the Housing website.
Housing Area Updates
A round-up of Housing-related happenings, from recent
on-campus events to updates on facility renovations and
Village Spotlight: Women Of Welch Village
A special Q&A with Dr. Deborah Hooker, director of NC
State's Women's and Gender Studies division, and a
guiding force in the Women Of Welch (WOW) Village.
Staying Safe At State
The University Police Department provides some
simple tips on how students and staff can stay safe and secure on campus.
| Summer 2012 Intern Housing |
NC State University offers safe, affordable and
comfortable housing options for interns at
Wolf Village Apartments.
Healthy Habits: Prevention is the best medicine
Though practicing prevention takes some effort in
a congested environment like a college campus, there
are simple, effective tips residents can use to keep
safe and norovirus-free at NC State: