Topics: N.C. State University

Location: Raleigh, N.C.

Type: four-year, public

Year founded: 1887

Total enrollment (fall 2013): 34,009

Undergraduate enrollment (fall 2013): 24,536

Undergraduate applicants (fall 2013): 25,542

Acceptance rate: 46 percent

Graduation rate (after four years, 2013): 41

In-state undergraduate tuition and fees (2014-15): $4,148.21

Sports nickname: Wolfpack


One year later: Windsor remains resilient despite lasting flood damage from Hurricane Matthew


Nearly one year after Hurricane Matthew devastated the small town of Windsor, North Carolina, the area has made significant repairs, but it still has a long way to go. 

New app has a Knack for tutoring

Knack cups

With midterms just around the corner, UNC and N.C. State University students have a new, Uber-style option for tutoring help. 

Hurricane Irma lets North Carolina off easy

North Carolina didn't receive the brunt of Hurricane Irma, but it has felt several of its impacts over the past couple of days. 

NCSU launched weather balloon for eclipse


NC State's Sounding Club released a weather balloon 15 minutes after the peak of the eclipse  Monday to collect data about the atmosphere during an eclipse.

NCSU football players dismissed following sexual assault investigation

N.C. State University dismissed two first-year football players and suspended three others after reports of an alleged sexual assault at an on-campus party the players attended last month, according to CBS North Carolina.

Lawyers bring legal expertise, outside accountability to UNC Title IX hearings


Though less than 1 percent of UNC students use non-student attorneys for Honor Court cases, outside attorneys prove more relevant in Title IX sexual assault investigations. 

Fire in downtown Raleigh leaves 250 displaced, 10 buildings damaged

Investigators are still combing the site of a large fire that broke out in downtown Raleigh last Thursday to determine its cause.

Q&A with Madeline Finnegan, the single student member of the BOG


Earlier this month, the N.C. General Assembly passed a law decreasing membership of the Board of Governors from 32 to 24 by 2019.

NC coastal program might lose funding under Trump

Sea Grant, a $73 million national program that aims to educate and provide statistically sound information about costal ecosystems, is at risk of being defunded.

'We're not just going to sit silent': Campuses outline communication after student suicides


The period following a student suicide can be pivotal for a campus community.

Trump administration revokes protections for transgender students


The Donald Trump administration revoked protections for transgender students Wednesday, ordering schools to disregard memos from former President Barack Obama’s White House — which said prohibiting transgender students from using bathrooms aligning with their gender identities violates anti-discrimination laws. 

NC State University and UNC-Chapel Hill partner to license teachers


An online program will shorten the amount of time it takes lateral entry teachers -who have been hired to teach in NC schools but not yet fully licensed to work in classrooms- from around three years to one year.

'It is something Deah would have done:' Community remembers students through service


On the two-year anniversary of the Chapel Hill shooting, people and institutions across the Triangle are working to ensure the lives and legacies of Deah Shaddy Barakat, Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha are not forgotten.

NC State's #StopTheStigma video wins Emmy


N.C. State University's Counseling Center and StoryDriven, a Durham marketing firm, won an Emmy award in the Public Affairs category for their suicide prevention video, #StopTheStigma. 

'It was the one day of fitting in': College-age Trump supporters share perspectives post-inauguration


Almost two weeks since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the realities of a new administration with a new policy agenda are setting in across the nation.

Legislators, experts doubt HB2 compromise


After nearly a year of calls for repeal and lawsuits, House Bill 2 is once again at a standstill, as legislators and activists are increasingly skeptical that compromise is possible, or even desirable.

More than 1,000 gather at RDU to protest 'Muslim ban' executive order


For one UNC graduate student from Iran, President Donald Trump’s executive orders last week shifted more than international policy.

Researchers at UNC, NC State develop artificial stem cell

A newly developed artificial cardiac stem cell might provide new opportunities for pharmaceutical engineering — thanks to a collaboration between UNC-Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University and First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University in China.

Student march in Raleigh honors Martin Luther King Jr. legacy


Though ReclaimMLK March student and community participants met at the N.C. State University Bell Tower Monday, the group seemed to pick up participants and support throughout — engaging with passersby and cheering alongside families at a local burger joint.

KKK parade sparks counterprotests across North Carolina

The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, based in Pelham, N.C., announced in November they would be holding a parade in North Carolina on Dec. 3 to celebrate President-elect Donald Trump’s electoral victory.