From the day you arrive for orientation to the moment you claim your well-earned diploma, you’ve got our support.
Visit your department website to review specific requirements for your degree:
- Foreign Languages and Literatures
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Philosophy and Religious Studies
- Social Work
- Sociology and Anthropology
- Political Science
- Public Administration
You can also find comprehensive information about graduation requirements, academic policies and registration tips in our Key Points of Information Curriculum Guide.
Advising coordinators help ensure you’re on track to graduate. They also point you toward internships, study abroad and other experiences that enhance your education and resume.
NC State offers various merit and need-based scholarships.
Undergraduates can explore and apply for scholarships through Pack ASSIST, NC State’s scholarship application portal.
Graduate students should check with their home department about program-specific awards. The Graduate School also provides helpful resources for searching for fellowships and grants.
Internships, Study Abroad and More
Pursue opportunities to apply what you’re learning and explore the world. We can help connect you with:
- Study Abroad
- Undergraduate Research
- Community-based Learning
NC State’s Career Development Center offers a wide array of resources to help you plan for life after graduation. Our college’s career identity coach and counselor can assist you in exploring majors and careers, writing or polishing your résumé, finding an internship or job, preparing for graduate school or participating in a mock interview.