Visit NC State Program
North Carolina State University’s Graduate School is committed to enhancing the diversity of its graduate programs. The Visit NC State Program, to be held from November 12-14, 2017, is designed to offer prospective graduate students, and particularly those interested in the Ph.D., an opportunity to visit our campus, at no cost, to learn more about current research of our faculty and graduate students, and to experience the quality of our graduate programs.
Prospective Graduate Participant Benefits
- Interact with world-class faculty in your interested discipline and research interest
- Network with current graduate students and other prospective students
- Engage administrators on strategies for submitting a competitive application and how to secure funding
- Be exposed to research opportunities
Please see the agenda by clicking here.
Prospective graduate students must possess a strong academic profile for the program they are interested in visiting.
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.25
- Be a sophomore through senior in college, an enrolled Master’s student, or an interested post-baccalaureate
- Demonstrate serious consideration to attend NC State University
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (international students currently enrolled in a higher education institution within the continental United States may be considered)
- Complete the entire application (including faculty recommendation, unofficial transcripts, and statement of interest)
To be considered in our selection process, interested students must submit all application materials by October 2, 2017. Applicants will be notified of decisions by October 12, 2017.
- Visit NC State Program Application
- Statement of Interest (500 words or less directed towards your graduate program of interest that indicates your research and/or professional interest and why you want to pursue these interests at NC State University)
- Letter of recommendation from faculty
- Unofficial copy of transcript (each institution attended)
- Current CV/resume
- Air or ground transportation (original receipts must accompany request for reimbursement)
- We will not reimburse checked luggage fees
- Lodging accommodations (double room occupancy)
- Meals while participating in the program
Click here to learn more about graduate programs at NC State.
Dr. David Shafer, Assistant Dean of the Graduate School