"The Commuter's Guide to NC State University"

Who Says You Have To Figure Out This Commuting Thing By Yourself?

Whether you’re commuting from home or from an apartment complex near NC State, living off campus can be awesome. Sure you won’t be able to roll out of bed at 7:55 and still make it to your 8 AM English class, but you get your own room when you live in (much cheaper) off-campus housing. Obviously, there are a few reasons why most NC State students choose the commuter life.

Luckily, you don’t have to figure out how to save money, fight Raleigh rush-hour traffic, ace all your classes, and still keep up with campus life all on your own. That’s what this commuter guide is for!

The 2016-2017 Commuter Student’s Guide to Campus

The latest NC State Commuter Guide has everything you need to know about living off campus at NC State: what restaurants are close by, where you can find a printer on campus, how to save money on textbooks, you name it.

Read the NC State Student Commuter Guide

Other Commuter Resources Worth Checking Out

Okay, so living in an off-campus apartment or house isn’t perfect. Some of the biggest hurdles are actually getting to class, meeting new friends, and not blowing your rent check on Cookout trays or Howling Cow ice cream. So here are a few things to help you out:

  • Money-Saving Tips: Being a college student means living on a prayer and a few bucks a month. Use these tips to save money and take advantage of all the free stuff.
  • Why It’s Smart to Save MoneyHere’s why tuition is so dang high and how much money commuting can save you.
  • About NC StateThink most State students live in dorms? Actually, almost 70% of undergrads live off campus and commute to class. Here’s what else you probably didn’t know about this awesome university.

Past Editions of the Student Commuter Guide

Want to see what resources were included in previous commuter guides? Eager to see which restaurants have come and gone? Here are all the previous editions.

And if you’re dying to know why this website/blog/guide even exists, read all about this guide here.



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