Exploratory Studies provides a comprehensive experience for first year students who want to learn about NC State's many academic programs, choose the right major, and graduate on time.

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Aug 24
  • Aug 24
    A/V Geeks at the Hunt Library - Sorry for Partying

    Location: Hunt Library, Teaching and Visualization Lab


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    COST: FREE
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Aug 28
  • Aug 28
    Global Film Series - Bad Lucky Goat

    Location: D. H. Hill Library, Auditorium


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    COST: FREE
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Aug 29
  • Aug 29
    Raiders of the Lost Arcade

    Location: D. H. Hill Library, Fishbowl Forum


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    COST: FREE
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Sep 4
  • Sep 4
    Coffee & Viz After Dark - Visual Trumpery with Alberto Cairo

    Location: Hunt Library, Duke Energy Hall


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    COST: FREE
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Sep 10
  • Sep 10
    Launch Series: Preparing for Career Fairs

    Location: 4280 Talley Student Union


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    COST: FREE

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Sep 11
  • Sep 11
    Launch Series: Fashion Show

    Location: 4280 Talley Student Union


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    COST: FREE

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Finish Strong!

March 28, 2018

Drop In Tutoring Drop-in tutoring is available for Math courses: 107, 108, 111, 114, 121, 131, 141, 231, 241, 242 as well as Chemistry: 101, 201 and 221.  Hours and location are listed below. Fall/Spring Hours

Career Connections, Saturday, March 17.

March 8, 2018

Career Connections will be held on Saturday and is a mandatory event for all students in USC 102.  You will have the opportunity to hear from professionals in various career fields.  Details will be provided

Career Connections-Information for Parents

February 26, 2018

It is almost time for our annual Career Connections Event! In concert with the individualized advising in Exploratory Studies, our ultimate goal is to help students make careful and informed decisions regarding their academic and