CAA Baccalaureate Degree Plans
The following degree plans were developed in order to identify NC Community College courses that provide pathways leading to associate degree completion, admission into a major and baccalaureate completion.
Career Development Center
At the Career Development Center, students get the resources they need to become a standout job candidate. Students can work with the center to develop a career path that matches their unique talents, interests and ambitions. Learn more about the services available at the Career Development Center website.
Degree Audit and Degree Planning
Your degree audit shows how courses you’ve completed – as well as those you plan to take – fulfill your major requirements. Use the audit to track your progress, plan for future semesters and view a summary of your credit hours and GPA.
Majors and Minors
NC State is home to 12 colleges covering all major academic disciplines with over 100 different majors and minors. Explore the various majors and minors that NC State has to offer at: https://advising.dasa.ncsu.edu/explore-majors-and-minors/
Military and Veteran Services
The Military and Veterans Resource Center is the university’s centralized resource to coordinate integrated support to military-affiliated students.
The MyPack Portal is our Student Information System and your online resource to register for courses, plan your degree, access your grades and much more. To learn more about how to use MyPack Portal visit the user guide or login to the MyPack Portal.
NC State Bookstores
Order your books online, shop for your favorite Wolfpack fan, and check out the latest computer gear and software at the NC State Bookstores website.
NC State Libraries
Find books, journals and other materials in the Libraries catalog, obtain directions to different branches, and look up hours of operation on the Libraries’ website.
New Student Programs and New Student Orientation
Office of Information Technology
NC State’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides campus-wide computing, information and communication technology services in support of the university’s academic and administrative goals.
Pack Essentials provides resources for students dealing with food or housing insecurity, short term financial emergencies, and more.
Parents and Families Services
The Office of Parents and Families Services (PFS) provides the parents and families of current NC State students with multiple services that inform and connect you with everything going on at NC State. PFS provides an extensive support network for parents and families throughout their entire student life cycle.
Student Services Center
Request an official transcript, register for classes using MyPack Portal, review your schedule, find course registration and academic calendars, view course catalogs for current and future semesters, view tuition and billing information, and learn about financial aid and scholarships at the Student Services Center.
NC State’s Transportation and Parking services can help you obtain a parking permit or explore alternative transportation options, like the Wolfline bus system.
Whether you are looking for a close-knit community of a village or the diverse social opportunities of a traditional residence hall, University Housing has a variety of housing options that will be right for you. Learn more about the various Living and Learning Villages and take a virtual tour of the options at NC State.