Student Resources

NC State and the College of Natural Resources offer a number of services and resources to help students succeed. From study spaces and printing services to advising and degree planning, we are here to help.

Academic Affairs oversees course and schedule management, degree requirements, student support services, graduation and more. We have compiled a number of resources below that we hope you will find helpful. If you have additional questions or needs, you can chat us through the link on this page, email us at cnr_academicaffairs@ncsu.edu or stop by our office in Biltmore Hall, suite 2018.

Academic Affairs sends out a bimonthly newsletter to all students with upcoming opportunities, events and news. Please check your email or click the links below for the most recent news. To view the full archive, visit our newsletter archive page.

Student Study Spaces

Natural Resources Library

The Natural Resources Library, located on the first floor of Jordan Hall, provides research and instructional support for all of our degree programs. Use Tripsaver to request materials from other NC State Libraries and Triangle libraries to pick up at the Natural Resources Library. Check Library Services section for more resources.

Biltmore Computer Lab

Students may use the Biltmore Computer Lab in room 3032 as a drop-in area when classes aren’t in session. Computers are installed with all software students may need for classwork, including Microsoft Office Suite for general use. The lab also has printers for general and poster printing needs. Follow these instructions when using the Plotter Printer in the computer lab. Check the IT Lab Hours of Operation page for more information or contact cnr_help@ncsu.edu.

Additional NC State Resources

Student Step-By-Step Assistance

Are you struggling with virtual learning? Are you challenged with trying to make social connections? Are you unsure about how to contact someone? Do you need available resources for emergency situations, financial aid, food insecurity, etc.? DASA has created a step-by-step help guide here: https://dasa.ncsu.edu/step-by-step-help-topics