NC State University was founded on March 7, 1887, by the state General Assembly to provide education and encourage economic development in agriculture and engineering.  The 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.

NC State is becoming more sustainable through:
Buildings | Energy and Water | Land Use | Materials and Purchasing | Waste Reduction & Recycling

Use the campus sustainability map and tour as your guide to a campus that is leaner, smarter and stronger than ever: