NC State University’s  2,110-acre campus is located west of downtown Raleigh and is a key part of the Research Triangle. Now the largest university in the state, NC State consists of a central campus and adjourning Centennial and Centennial Biomedical campuses.  Additionally, the university owns research stations, outreach centers and extension facilities throughout the state. Sustainable features of the Raleigh campus are highlighted below.

Sustainability Map of NC State’s Raleigh Campus
LEED-or-High-Performance-Building High Performance Building Local Food or Community GardenLocal-Food-Icon
 Bike RentalBike-Share-Icon Electric Vehicle Charging StationEV-Charging-Station-Icon
 Water Quality or ConservationWater-Project-Icon Solar EnergySolar-Energy-Icon
 Beehive (helps pollinate campus)beehive Zipcar-iconZipCar Rental Location
 Campus Sustainability Resources droppin pizzaboxcompostingiconPizza Box Composting Station
 Energy Star Certified Building Major Energy Efficiency Upgrade