From the day you arrive for orientation to the moment you claim your well-earned diploma, you’ve got our support. We’ll encourage you to take control of your academic experience – to leverage the expertise and knowledge of your advisers; to seek assistance and guidance from the many resources available to you; and to pursue internships, scholarships and other opportunities that will inspire you and propel your growth.
Advising coordinators will help ensure you’re on track to graduate. They’ll also point you toward internships, research opportunities and extracurricular activities that will take you where you want to go.
Locate the Answers
There’s so much to learn about our college! Find degree and graduation requirements, academic policies, registration tips, available minors, a student services directory and more in our Key Points of Information Curriculum Guide.
Think and Do
Our students work hard in the classroom. But that’s not enough for them. They’re constantly looking for ways to apply what they’re learning and to explore the world around them.
Join a club and network with peers and potential mentors while you serve others.
Show up for performances, lectures, debates, poetry readings … Stay open to finding new interests and experiencing college to its fullest.
Study abroad and gain a broader perspective.
Get an internship and try out different career possibilities.
Conduct research and develop your curiosity while you work on solutions to serious issues.
Become an ambassador and develop your leadership skills as you represent the college.
Humanities and Social Sciences students routinely lead the university in studying abroad.
Conduct Valuable Research
Undergraduate research highlights student’s interest in linguistic diversity
Growing up in eastern North Carolina, Jessica Hatcher's ear became attuned to a range of dialects. Once she discovered NC State's linguistics program, this stellar young researcher has made the most of her opportunities to study how people talk.
In the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, we want students to become real critical thinkers, and we believe that conducting research helps do that.
Dr. Jeff Reaser, English
Consider Your Future
Career Development Center
NC State helps our students prepare for the future. The university’s Career Development Center can help you choose the right major, gain real-world professional experience, and connect with some of the nation’s top employers.
Meet the college’s student of the month
Student of the Month: Edwin Maldonado
Edwin Maldonado, a junior in Social Work, successfully combines academics and athletics as a Dean's List student on NC State's championship-winning cheerleading team. With a passion for helping others, he looks forward to obtaining a Master's in Social Work, and working with disabled populations.