Living on campus puts you where the action is
More than 7,500 students live in 20 residence halls grouped into three campuses—West, Central and East. You really can't get much closer to classes, friends, labs, libraries, sports facilities, and special on-campus events like career fairs. Residence halls are also affordable and offer tons of amenities like computer labs, dining options, and rec and game rooms.
Have a good idea of who you'd like to meet your first year? Living and Learning Villages are groups of residence halls devoted to students (and in close proximity to mentors and professors) who share similar academic, personal or lifestyle interests like the arts, honors and scholars programs, women in science and engineering, global issues, youth advocacy, and students in the First Year College.
If you prefer to live off campus, university apartment complexes include Wolf Village Apartments, Western Manor , and E.S. King Village — an apartment community that serves NC State's married, graduate and non-traditional undergraduate population.
You'll have everything you need when you move into an NC State residence hall or apartment. The rooms are air-conditioned, smoke-free and cable-ready—plus you'll have internet access in your room or apartment and in several wireless hotspots around campus.
What will your room look like?
Not only do you get to choose where you live, you also get to choose how you live. Select from three different layouts to the residence halls: corridor-style, suite-style or breezeway-style. Watch a virtual tour or see three-dimensional floorplans of student rooms.
Support and safety
Your safety and well-being are the university's top priorities. That's why University Housing has partnered with University Police to provide top security for residence halls. In addition to safety resources, you'll also have access to Resident Advisors on each hall who are trained to assist you.