Facilities

Nov 26, 2019

Alumni Invest in North Carolina’s Future through Gifts to Fitts-Woolard Hall

Construction on the College of Engineering's new Fitts-Woolard Hall on Centennial Campus is more than 70 percent complete, with an opening date expected for June 2020. Get to know two alumni who have supported this state-of-the-art structure that will house two departments and the dean's administrative offices.

Nov 26, 2019

Filling the Gap

Learn more about opportunities to support the bold plans for Fitts-Woolard Hall, which is vital to uniting the College of Engineering on Centennial Campus and supporting innovative education and collaborative discovery. Thanks to generous commitments from more than 300 donors, the college has achieved 80 percent of its commitment of $60 million toward the public-private funding for the facility.

Sep 17, 2019

Planting A Seed

Funded through a public-private partnership, the Plant Sciences Building will ensure NC State remains at the forefront of plant sciences research for generations to come. More than 400 participants, including North Carolina agricultural leaders, university administrators, students, alumni and agricultural biotechnology company representatives, were in attendance for the ceremonial groundbreaking.

Sep 17, 2019

NC State’s Plant Sciences Building: What People Are Saying

Excitement is building as NC State University continues to raise the Plant Sciences Building, which will transform the university's leadership in plant sciences research. Here's what elected officials, leaders at NC State and leaders in North Carolina agriculture had to say about the official groundbreaking ceremony held Sept. 6.

Sep 17, 2019

Exploring New Routes

NC State's new Wellness and Recreation Center is expected to open in fall of 2020. With outdoor training areas, a teaching kitchen, a sprint ramp and a signature, 48-foot-tall climbing center, the facility will play a critical role in providing new ways for students to enjoy a well-rounded campus experience. Naming opportunities are available now and provide a unique opportunity to further invest in student success.

Sep 10, 2019  |  Think and Do the Extraordinary

Keep the Faith, Finish the Tower

The Memorial Belltower has a history that is almost hard to believe. Built to honor the NC State alumni killed in World War I, the 115-foot Legend in Stone has always been missing a final piece: real bells. Through countless hours of research and years of effort, several NC State alumni became passionate about finishing NC State’s most iconic symbol as a way to honor those who paid the ultimate price.

Sep 10, 2019

Gaining Ground

Farmers talked. University leaders listened. And a revolution in how NC State approaches plant sciences has begun with the official groundbreaking for the Plant Sciences Building on Centennial Campus. The building, funded through a public-private partnership, will help make North Carolina the world's foremost hub for plant science innovation.

Sep 3, 2019

NC State’s Strong Fundraising Momentum Continues

After another outstanding year of fundraising, NC State is closing in on the $1.6 billion goal of its Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign. Students, faculty, programs and facilities across the university will benefit from $220 million in gifts and new pledges received during the 2018-19 fiscal year that ended June 30.

Aug 26, 2019

NC State’s Strong Fundraising Momentum Continues

After another outstanding year of fundraising, NC State is closing in on the $1.6 billion goal of its Think and Do the Extraordinary Campaign. Students, faculty, programs and facilities across the university will benefit from $220 million in gifts and new pledges received during the 2018-19 fiscal year that ended June 30.

Jul 23, 2019

Renovations Taking Shape at D.H. Hill Jr. Library

Construction at D.H. Hill Jr. Library means more than just an aesthetic update — renovations will support the overall success of the campus community. The most noticeable change will be the new Academic Success Center, a partnership between NC State University Libraries and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. The center will provide on-campus academic support to undergraduate and graduate students, and is scheduled for completion in fall 2020.