North Carolina State University '15
Majoring in History
Member since 5/22/2010
Though the school boasts of diversity, I personally do not see it. The majority is most definitely white, upper middle class young adults. State tries to encourage diversity by letting those of ethnic and racial diversity know that they are welcome through the multicultural affairs department. State does have a GLBT center that helps GLBT students with any personal problems and provides a safe environment for them, but some hate still occurs on campus through discriminatory slurs in the Free Expression tunnel after the center puts up stuff. A huge majority of the school's students are of Christian faith, though other religions are acknowledged.
The great thing about this school is that there are a lot of traditions if you want to be involved in them. There is always something to do each week may it be educational or simply for fun. I would recommend living in central campus if you get the chance because it's easy to reach classes and everything is near by; the athletic center, the student center, the brickyard, etc.
The school's facilities have to be one of my favorite things about the campus. The DH Hill library on the main campus is great for studying with groups and there are places to study in the stacks that are nice a quiet. The landscape and buildings are well maintained. The fast food options are not the best for me, but most others enjoy them.
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Wolf Statues (featuring...
Wolf Statues (featuring "Doctor Who")
"Doctor Who" fans chalk the campus with phrases from the popular television show.