Agricultural Institute students are welcome to live in any of the residence halls on-campus  A variety of options are available to accommodate diverse student interests and needs, including both single gender and co-ed options, suite-style living, and hall-style living. Students are also welcome to live off-campus in any of the apartments/houses or fraternity/sorority houses. 

For more information about housing please visit the housing website

Food Service

University Dining, the University's food service department, has 13 campus locations to serve students, faculty, and staff. There are several different meal plan options that students are able choose from that allow students to choose the number of structured meals and the amount of flexible cash-points. 

For more information and to explore the meal plan options, please vist the dining website.


Wolfline buses are available when classes are in session, Monday-Friday for all students and public members to travel throughout Main and Centennial Campus.  

NCSU parking permits are needed for all vehicles parking on campus during the hours of 7:30am to 5:00pm. There are several different parking garages/lots that students are able to choose from with various prices.

For more information and to explore different transportation options, please visit the transportation website.

NCSU Athletics

Agricultural Institute students are able to attend all NCSU sporting events free of cost.  

For more information and to request student tickets, please visit the athletics website.

Health Center/Counseling

The Student Health Service, located in the Student Health Services Building on campus, offers medical care to students on an outpatient basis. The facility is staffed by full-time physicians, registered nurses, and other medical support personnel.

Counseling is also available for students in a group or individual setting. This is a great way to deal with stress that can come with your courses. 

For more information, please visit the health center website or the counseling center website

Disability Services 

Students requiring special assistance because of visual, hearing, or motor disabilities should contact Disability Services for Students (DSS). Interpreter, tutorial, note taker and/or reader services are available by contacting the center. Direct services for all learning disabled students, such as educational counseling and arrangements for appropriate academic support, can also be initiated by DSS.

For more information, please visit the disability services website.