Information for prospective undergraduate students, including freshman and transfer students, about applying to NC State University. This includes admission process, applications, placement, academic majors and minors, cost and scholarships, visiting campus and tours as well as general information on NC State University and student life.
Students interested in attending graduate school at NC State University can find program information, application deadlines, exam requirements, contact information, Graduate Catalog excerpts, and more.
Distance Education Programs (DELTA)
NC State offers an extensive array of exciting, for-credit distance education degrees and courses, which share the same quality and rigor of the programs and courses offered our on-campus. Our DE programming relies on a range of learning technologies and methods to optimize the learning environment for students and faculty.
McKimmon Center for Extension and Continuing Education
For students who are interested in taking course without enrolling in a degree program, NC State offers many additional opportunities such as credit programs and summer sessions, professional development, computer training, lifelong enrichment, and the McKimmon Conference and Training Center and the Center for Urban Affairs and Community Services.
For information on applying to NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine. The college is unique among veterinary programs with an on-site teaching animal unit and veterinary teaching hospital.