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
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As Chapel Hill prepares to limit the number of ghouls and goblins roaming Franklin Street this Halloween, other campuses are expecting large crowds of revelers both on and off campus.
Although a concrete plan to eliminate redundant degree programs at UNC-system schools has still not been established, a new initiative by UNC-CH has raised questions about what programs would be deemed unnecessary.
Since the UNC-system Board of Governors held a private retreat almost two months ago, accusations of breaking the N.C. open meetings law have been refuted by board officials — a back-and-forth match that might come to a head this week.
The North Carolina volleyball team leads the ACC and is undefeated in the conference. But for coach Joe Sagula and his players, the top-dog title is not the main focus. The Tar Heels (13-3, 5-0 ACC) beat N.C. State University Tuesday night 3-2.
For the UNC volleyball team, Tuesday’s match against N.C. State University was a tale of two teams. While the Tar Heels eventually pulled out a 3-2 nail-biter, no one would have blamed fans for leaving after the first two sets. After winning sets one and two by hefty margins, UNC fell apart in the third and fourth.
When Captain Byron Greeson proposed the Chapel Hill Fire Department take part in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, he had his mom — a two-time breast cancer survivor — in mind.
When people think of Japan, three local professors are hoping they will also think of the Triangle.
The 50 students grew into hundreds throughout the night and by Tuesday, thousands of N.C. State students were waiting in line for a chance to hear President Barack Obama speak on campus today, according to university news services. President Obama is speaking about the American Jobs Act in Reynolds Coliseum on campus today.
The long-term effort to revitalize N.C. State University’s retail corridor on Hillsborough Street is now expanding to accommodate travelers.
N.C. State University’s student leaders are responding quickly to help those affected by Saturday’s tornadoes. Students met Monday night to discuss ways to support the Raleigh area — including Shaw University and St.
As universities across the system are preparing to lose millions in state funding, N.C. State University has a new plan in place to help salvage its financial future.
With oil prices rising and the Obama administration pushing alternative energy, there is a greater demand for solar energy products. A new laboratory at N.C. State University will soon be able to test those products before they go on the market.
The Perceptive Pixel wall, a $100,000 piece of equipment is 92 inches across diagonally and was recently installed in the D.H. Hill Library on NCSU’s campus.
For the past eight years, the North Carolina men’s basketball team has been the hammer to N.C. State’s nail.
As UNC students decide whether to support a fee for a $10.5 million Union renovation, N.C. State students are faced with steeper fees to fund a $120 million student center overhaul.After a year of facing strong opposition from students, N.C. State University’s renovation of its student center is finally happening.
Moving away from home is always an adjustment for freshmen. But some students have to go one step further: moving into a study lounge or even an off-campus hotel. Schools across the country have recently had problems with student enrollment growing faster than the school’s ability to house them.