Parking is limited for first-year students, and students who live on campus do not need a car. (We are sure that is not what you want to hear.) Wolfline buses are available when classes are in session, Monday-Friday for all students and public members to travel throughout Main and Centennial Campus. Students need university parking permits for all vehicles parked on campus during 7:30 am-5:00 pm. Students can choose from different parking garages/lots that students are able to choose from with various prices. For more information and how to explore different transportation options, please visit the Transportation website.
Tuition and fee bills are not mailed. You will receive an e-Bill to your email account (from email@example.com) once you are enrolled in classes. Please check your email regularly. Tuition and fees are due August 1. If you miss this deadline, your schedule will be dropped.
Everyone will have to eat while they are attending AGI. 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 allow students to choose the number of structured meals and a number of flexible cash-points. University Dining will mail information to you, or you can visit their webpage and sign up for your meal plan. Visit the University Dining website for more information and to explore the meal plan options.
Housing on campus is available to Agricultural Institute students. 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 single gender and co-ed residence halls, and suite-style and hall-style living. Students also can live off-campus in apartments or houses, or in fraternity/sorority houses. For details on housing, visit the University Housing website.
Agricultural Institute students are able to attend all NC State University sporting events free of cost. For more information and to request student tickets, visit the NC State Athletics website.
Student Health Service offers medical care to students on an outpatient basis. Located on campus in the Student Health Services Building at 2815 Cates Avenue, 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 to help deal with stress or other issues.
Students requiring special assistance because of visual, hearing, or motor disabilities can contact Disability Services for Students (DSS). Interpreter, tutorial, and note taker and reader services are available. Direct services for all learning disabled students, such as educational counseling and arrangements for appropriate academic support, can also be initiated by DSS.