Success in college depends on a number of factors. Accessing academic resources can help you be successful in the classroom, and utilizing career resources will help you apply that learning beyond your time at NC State.
Your learning both in and outside the classroom contributes to achieving your career goals. Explore the academic resources below to find ways to succeed in the classroom, and click on the career resources to help you think more broadly about your future plans.
Find help with major selection and career exploration at Academic Advising Services.
Register with the Disability Resources Office (DRO) in order to request accommodations like note-taking, accessible classroom locations, captioning, lab assistance, and more.
Locate publications online, check out books, find a place to study, make copies, and borrow technology like laptops and cameras. NC State has multiple library locations, the primary two being D.H. Hill Library on main campus and Hunt Library on Centennial Campus.
Access help for your computer, email, internet, and other technology services by visiting the Office of Information Technology (OIT).
Learn about opportunities to study abroad and earn college credit while traveling globally. Study Abroad helps with individual advising, selecting a program, financial planning, scholarship opportunities, and registration coordination, and more.
Get tutoring for many chemistry, physics and math courses, and receive help on writing papers. University Tutorial Center (UTC) services are available to students free of additional costs.
Explore your career planning process through the Career Development Center (CDC). They offer personality assessments, resume reviews, interview preparation, and offer the Wolfpack Styled Professional Clothing Closet, a resource providing students with professional clothing necessary for interviews, career fairs, and conferences.
Connect with opportunities such as Alternative Service Break (ASB), leadership development workshops, and service initiatives focused on local, national, and global social justice issues. Click here to learn how Leadership and Civic Engagement helps students become ethical and effective leaders, activists, volunteers, philanthropists, engaged citizens, researchers, and social innovators.
Engage on campus through joining Student Government (SG), University Activities Board (UAB), or one of the over 700 student organizations on campus. Student Involvement provides opportunities to create memorable involvement experiences on campus.