The visit includes the chance to interact with current faculty and students, and the flexibility to allow you to explore campus on your own. CALS offers many majors and enrichment programs for students. Our visitation includes a College information session, attending class with a current student (parents have a separate session with students), and lunch in a campus dining hall. You will learn more about the academic experience; we will explain the "perks" of our College, answer your questions, and show you why CALS is unique.
Sorry, we are unable to take requests by phone.
Additional questions should be emailed to Tricia Buddin.
We ask students to register at least ten days prior to your visit day so we can plan your schedule. Space is limited each session.
Registration for the Fall 2014 semester will open later this summer. We anticipate offering SADAS visits on Fridays when classes are in session. We like to give both faculty and students a few weeks to settle in to the new academic year, so SADAS will begin in September for the Fall. Please check back for the registration link. Thanks!
How do I get to campus?
NC State University is located in downtown Raleigh, NC. Please click here for directions to campus. The first stop for all visitors should be the Stinson Information Booth on main campus.
Where do I park?
Like most large universities, parking is limited and visitors must park in designated areas. Campus visitors are charged $5 per day to park. Please click here for additional information about obtaining your visitor permit.
Where do I go once I park on campus?
Registered guests should come to 111 Patterson Hall to check in. There, you will get a packet of information, a schedule, and additional information needed for your day. The first session begins at 9:40am. Check in is available between 9:00am and 9:30am.
How long will I be on campus?
Length of time varies based on your interests. The minimum time commitment is 9:30-12:10pm, however afternoon options are available (which includes a complimentary lunch for visiting student; guests will need to pay the current dining hall fee).
What does the day include?
A general college information session, a class observation for students, and a faculty meeting in your department of interest. Our program is flexible for the afternoon so you can explore campus on your own. CALS offers many majors. You will learn more about the academic experience as well as our enrichment programs. In a nutshell, we are going to explain the "perks" of our College and answer any questions you may have about CALS.
What if I want additional information about my major of interest?
We will provide summary sheets, semester displays with courses, and a contact sheet for the major of interest you chose when registering. We will also schedule a faculty meeting so you can visit the department you want to learn about.
What if I want information about human or animal medicine opportunities (pre-med or pre-vet)?
Many CALS students have an interest in attending professional schools after they earn their degree. We have two offices on campus (Professional Advising Centers) that can help! If you are interested in animal medicine, then VetPAC is the place for you. If you are interested in human health fields, you should check out HealthPAC. These are optional afternoon visits when you register.
Is there a campus tour?
Hour long walking tours of main campus are offered through the Joyner Visitor Center. You can schedule a tour using your wolfPAW account. Just login and click Visit Campus. Please note: you should schedule your tour AFTER you register for your CALS vistation day so you know which time will fit with your visitation schedule.