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The resources listed on this page will help undergraduates at all stages of their college career.

Students participate in Dr. Andrew DiMeo's Biomedical Engineering Senior Design class in Engineering Building III on Centennial Campus.

Engineering North Carolina’s Future

To continue providing job-ready graduates for North Carolina’s ever-growing tech economy, NC State will add about 4,000 students — 2,000 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate students — in engineering disciplines and computer science over the next five years. The growth will be funded by Engineering North Carolina’s Future, a state legislative initiative that provides NC State $20 million over the next two years to begin hiring additional faculty and staff needed to support the larger student body, and an additional $30 million to support facility upgrades. Enrollment change funding will provide more resources as our student body expands. These new funds will enable NC State to keep our best and brightest students in North Carolina and allow us to better meet the needs of the state’s growing technical workforce.

Graduate students use a Titan Microscope in the ASSIST Center. The ASSIST Center is one of the College of Engineering’s two NSF Engineering Research Centers.

Academic Resources

2nd In The Nation

The College of Engineering is ranked as one of the top schools in the nation among non-HBCUs in number of B.S. degrees awarded to African Americans*

*Diverse Issues in Higher Education