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NC State Resources

  • Find Help by Course: A list of tutoring for specific courses.
  • ASPSA: The Office of Academic Support Program for Student-Athletes (ASPSA) supports the academic, personal and professional development needs of all student-athletes.
  • Disability Resource Office: Determines reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities .
  • Learning Styles Information: Assists in discovering possible strengths as well as habits that may lead to difficulty in academic settings.
  • NC State Libraries: Offers technology, printing services, media and books to borrow from all disciplines as well as on-site help with finding sources.
  • NC State Library Course Guides: Search for the university support available for any course and connect with the course’s Library Liaison.
  • Reserve a Room: Reserve a study room at Hill or Hunt Library. Make sure to verify which library you are reserving a room in.
  • Study Buddies feature in the Navigate Mobile app: A tool to help you connect with other undergraduate students in your class sections who are also interested in creating study groups outside of class. 
  • Wolfprint: Offers publicly available printers that are accessible on campus.
  • Check with your instructor, TA, and advisor for major-specific academic support.
  • Academic Advising and Student Services: Provides advice on academic success, major selection, and career development.
  • Coordinators of Advising: Find who coordinates your degree’s advising. Coordinators of advising train and supervise faculty advisors and can reassign students to a new advisor when requested.
  • Pre-Professional Support:
    • Prehealth Advising: Provides advising for various health professions including dental, medical, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, physician assistant, and physical/occupational therapy.
    • Prelaw Advising: Provides guidance on preparing and applying for law school and taking the LSAT.
    • VetPac: Provide NCSU students and alumni the guidance, resources, and experience necessary to become competitive veterinary school applicants.
  • Student Services Center: A hub for finding information about NCSU calendars, courses, financial aid, and tuition and fee costs.
  • Career Development Center: Provides career planning and resources for creating your resume.
  • ePACK: Search and apply for internships, Co-ops, and jobs and schedule a meeting with a career counselor.
  • ROTC: Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) programs for the U.S. Air Force, Army and Navy.
  • Student Legal Services:  Helps students resolve their legal problems with as little disruption as possible to their educational endeavors.
  • Student Ombuds Services: A confidential resource to provide information about university policies and resources to help you resolve a conflict within the university.
  • First-generation college students are any students whose parents did not complete a four-year college degree.
  • First in Pack: Connects first-generation college students with campus resources, faculty and staff, and other students at NC State.
  • F1ST in the Pack Student Org: Provides social, academic, and professional support and development to first-generation students at NC State.
  • TRiO: Help eligible students overcome class, social, and cultural barriers to higher education.
  • Counseling Center: Provides help with issues related to college campuses, such as social anxiety, depression, and academic performance.
  • Counseling Telehealth: In partnership with AcademicLiveCare, all NC State degree-seeking students can access 12 free telehealth counseling appointments during the calendar year.
  • Disability Resource Office: Determines reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.
  • Student Health Center: Offers healthcare access to students, including a wide variety of services that are listed on their website.
  • Wellness Coaching: Attend individual or drop-in Wellness Coaching to receive help with goal setting, nutrition, physical activity, resilience, stress management, and/or time management.
  • Wellness and Recreation: Includes fitness facilities, outdoor adventures, ThriveWell, and club and intramural sports.
    • Waitz: Check real-time crowd levels on campus, including the Wellness and Recreation Center.
  • Women’s Center: Builds and creates a community of authentic and engaged allies and leaders to pursue gender equity and social justice. Includes Survivor Services that support survivors of interpersonal violence.
  • Campus Police Department: Serves the campus community 24/7 with officers who have the powers of local police and sheriff’s departments and employ nonconsequential responses to alcohol related emergencies even for underage individuals.
  • Prevention Services: Offers several online drop-in spaces for students to engage with each other and seek support during this isolating time. Services also include alcohol and drug education and recovery resources, suicide prevention education, and CARES referrals for students of concern.
  • Safe at NC State: A list of resources to help you feel supported and safe at NC State.
  • Women’s Center: Builds and creates a community of authentic and engaged allies and leaders to pursue gender equity and social justice. Includes Survivor Services that support survivors of interpersonal violence.
  • NC State Libraries: Offers technology, printing services, media and books to borrow from all disciplines as well as on-site help with finding sources.
    • Waitz: Check real-time crowd levels on campus.
    • Reserve a Room: Reserve a study room at Hill or Hunt Library. Make sure to verify which library you are reserving a room in.
  • Talley Student Center: Features a grand ballroom, a wide variety of dining, lounge and meeting venues, recreational areas, student organization and government offices, and NC State Store.
  • Witherspoon Student Center: Home to the NC State African American Cultural Center, Student Media, and Military and Veteran Services.
  • ASC Academic Peer Mentoring: Meet with a peer mentor on a weekly basis to develop academic skills such as time management, study skills, notetaking, and more.
  • Disability Resource Office: Determines reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities
  • Time Management Calculator: An interactive calculator that allows you to calculate how much time you have for various activities based on the number of credit hours you are enrolled in. Provided by the University of Pittsburgh.
  • Wellness Coaching: Attend individual or drop-in Wellness Coaching to receive help with time management, goal setting, nutrition, physical activity, resilience, and/or stress management.

Step-By-Step Help Topics: A list of topics and resources to help you succeed at NC State

Questions? Please email the Academic Success Center or call 919.515.3163.