NC State consists of three campuses:
Main Campus includes North, Central and South campuses, where students live, attend many of their classes and share meals. Here, students gather at the iconic brickyard, relax on the Court of North Carolina, and exercise at Carmichael Gymnasium.
Centennial Campus, home to more than 130 businesses, research labs, government agencies and NC State’s state-of-the-art Hunt Library, offers a landscape for education and industry to unite. The College of Textiles and College of Engineering host most of their classes here.
Centennial Biomedical Campus is anchored by the College of Veterinary Medicine, the third-ranked veterinary medical school in the nation. Here, NC State students work alongside industry and government researchers to study animal and human biomedical applications.
Wolfline, NC State’s bus service, is the quickest and easiest way for students to travel around campus. The signature red and white busses operate every day classes are in session and serve main campus, Centennial Campus, Centennial Biomedical Campus and privately owned apartment complexes located on the Wolfline route. No ID is needed—hop on and ride for free!
Other NC State transportation options include:
Wolfprowl: buses offering express evening service to downtown Raleigh
Zipcar: car-sharing program offering on-campus cars students can reserve online or using their mobile device. Hourly and daily rates include insurance and gas
Red Terror: buses offering service to football and basketball games
WolfWheels: bicycle rental program offering short-term or long-term rentals from Carmichael Gymnasium
GoPass: pass that allows students to use the city and regional bus systems free of charge