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Enrollment (Fall 2016 census)

Total                                                              33,755
– Bachelor + AAS                                          22,346
– Graduate                                                       8,722
– Veterinary Medicine                                        393
– Non-degree                                                  2,294
– States/countries represented                    50/136

Degrees Conferred (2015-2016)

Total                                                                8,944
– Bachelor                                                       5,641
– AAS                                                                 118
– Master                                                          2,535
– DR                                                                   552
– DVM                                                                  98

Freshman Profile (Fall 2016)

– Applied                                                        25,929
– Admitted                                                     12,034
– Enrolled                                                         3,918
– 25th/75th% Scores (Enrolled)      SAT-R: 570/660
                                                     -SAT-M: 600/690
                                                               -ACT:27/31
– Average HS GPA                                            4.33
– Out-of-state students                                  16.1%
– Freshman retention rate                               93.8%
– Freshman 6-year grad rate                              77%

Tuition and Fees (2016-2017)

– Undergraduate Resident                             $8,880
– Undergraduate Nonresident                      $26,399

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University Profile

 

  • 12 colleges representing all major academic fields
  • Top-20 Most-Desired Job Candidates Among College Graduates (Wall Street Journal)
  • 725 student organizations
  • Educating more North Carolinians than any other university
  • $1.495 billion budget for fiscal year 2017 (projected)
  • $998.6 million endowment (June 30, 2016)

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University Impact

  • $349 million in sponsored research awards for fiscal year 2016
  • 100+ startups and spinoffs based on NC State research, attracting a total of $1.2 billion in venture capital
  • More than 600 license agreements with industry partners, putting us in the top 20 in commercialization nationally
  • 900+ U.S. patents and 2,000+ worldwide, yielding 525+ consumer products
  • $6.5 billion in annual added income to boost North Carolina economy
  • Cooperative Extension Service provides services to citizens in all 100 counties and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians

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