Recent Alumnus 2013-10-26T03:05:14Z
I do not usually go out to experience nightlife at school.
Recent Alumnus 2013-10-26T03:03:30Z
There are plenty of spots for those who have a purchased parking pass. There are also spots for visitors that they have to pay a small fee per hour for.
Recent Alumnus 2013-10-26T03:01:25Z
Dorms are nice in that you are in close contact with others around you. Rooms are typically small and showering is not too fun, but overall it was a good social experience.
College Junior 2013-10-18T18:18:30Z
Being in the Teacher Ed program is very work-heavy, even in the initial levels. Aside from classwork, field experience is required from the start and all of the concepts you're learning are constantly touched upon and tested in multiple classes. It is a full-immersion experience.
College Junior 2013-10-18T18:16:56Z
My current program is wonderful. The College of Ed is filled with wonderful, driven people - both in terms of students and professors. My English professors are passionate about the material and about student comprehension. No one has a problem with slowing the lesson down to acoomodate more discussion on a topic.
College Junior 2013-10-18T18:15:07Z
Finding internships shouldn't be difficult given the number of resources available on campus. The CDC is always ready to help.
College Junior 2013-10-18T18:13:56Z
Navigating the admissions process was fairly easy. The transfer advisor for CHASS/English students is very kind and knowledgeable. Individual program advisors were very prompt and knew what they were talking about when it comes to your schedule.
College Junior 2013-10-18T18:11:43Z
Guys & Girls:
Generally, everyone I've met so far have been friendly and kind. I'm sure there's a down side, but even the Fraternity and Sorority scene is kind. There is a lot of school pride and you'll find a good mix of urban kids and down south comfort.
College Sophomore 2013-10-15T01:09:44Z
Health & Safety:
Very safe but still important to travel in groups.
College Sophomore 2013-10-15T01:02:25Z
Mix of local and franchise. Most pricing within budge. Great for late nightS
College Sophomore 2013-10-15T00:58:48Z
Drinking is the most visible but not out of hand.
College Junior 2013-10-08T03:04:04Z
The school have a number of different centers for computer usage. There are even departments that have their own library which can come in hand during finals. Most people have their own electronic device but if you forget yours the school have resources available for your usage. The internet speed is fair for a public place.
College Junior 2013-10-08T03:01:36Z
There are a large population of the majority students here. However, you can see the difference of international students. There are many programs at the school that speaks for diversity and try to get members to work together to make a difference on campus.
College Junior 2013-10-08T02:58:19Z
There are not many visible drugs at the NC State. There aren't even many students or faculty members who you see smoking.
College Freshman 2013-10-04T04:39:07Z
Caution: Humanities students beware. I have found that there are actually some good professors in the humanities department, but the engineering program rules the school. I don't think this humanities program challenges you like other schools do. Be prepared for strange looks when you tell people you are in the humanities. People say all the time "well, you're at a tech school" or "this is the school for the kids who are good at math and science," which can really sting if you're not. Also be prepared to attend class with the kids who are the least motivated and interested in learning.
College Sophomore 2013-10-01T17:45:26Z
There are some really old facilities on campus.
College Sophomore 2013-10-01T17:44:52Z
There was nothing available for White middle class students.
College Sophomore 2013-10-01T17:43:07Z
Only fast fooed near campus
College Sophomore 2013-10-01T17:41:10Z
Health & Safety:
I feel safe on campus.
College Junior 2013-10-01T05:37:03Z
At North Carolina State in the Animal Science department it is very hands on. It is great, we get to go out and see things in life. The only bad thing is that the work load can be a bit overwhelming. I can't remember a day where I didn't have to look over my notes once, even on holidays.
College Junior 2013-10-01T05:33:34Z
There are several little houses around the school. But they are often very hard to find. I have not looked much into it either, but from friend's experiences it is a bit frustrating finding a decent place that is close to school and has a decent price tag.
College Freshman 2013-09-20T18:50:02Z
The Wolfline bus line offers a convenient method of travel around campus, and the GoPass that is given to students for free allows transit on the Triangle Transit and CAT systems!
College Freshman 2013-09-20T18:47:11Z
NC State's campus almost always feels safe, and there are lots of events going on no matter what you're interested in.
College Junior 2013-09-13T21:09:08Z
NC State has a lot of great activities going on everyday. There are many clubs on campus so that everyone can be a part of student life. They offer free yoga classes to students and faculty which is something I go to every day. The football games are very intense and enjoyable. Everyone is very friendly here. The library is large and has many different settings. There is a quiet room for just studying and there are rooms where people can relax, play video games, or watch television. Dorm life can be frustrating but it is a great way to meet new people. I love my school very much!
College Sophomore 2013-09-06T19:16:06Z
It is extremely difficult to find a parking spot on campus, and you have to have a parking permit almost everywhere on campus, the campus police are very good at finding un-permitted cars and you will get a $25-$50 ticket. There isn't much need for a car, however, unless you need to leave campus often.
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