Information Sessions
To learn more about NC State, the College of Sciences and our undergraduate majors, we invite you to attend a College of Sciences information session. Sessions will be offered several Fridays at 3:30pm in 315 Riddick Hall during the Spring Semester of 2018. Specific dates may be found in the bottom section of this form.

Please register for our information session by completing the form below. Admitted freshmen would be better served by attending a separate event for admitted students and their families only (admitted students will be emailed information about these events). Prospective freshmen interested in Biological Sciences, Genetics, Microbiology and/or Zoology should consider the Life Sciences First Year Program information sessions:

https://departments.sciences.ncsu.edu/lsfy/campusvisits/.

Also consider attending the university freshman information session and walking tour (the university info session is geared primarily toward students who have not yet applied for admission, but the walking tours are suitable for anyone not familiar with our main campus). Information about those sessions and tours may be found at:

http://admissions.ncsu.edu/visit/schedule-your-visit/

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College of Sciences information sessions during the spring of 2018 will be held on the following dates at 3:30pm in 315 Riddick Hall. Please select a date for your visit. Note that admitted freshmen would be better served by attending an event specifically designed for them (admitted freshmen will receive an email about such events).
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