North Carolina State University

In ​February 2014 ​,​ College Advising Corps launched a partnership with the John M. Belk Endowment to expand to ​one of North Carolina’s top ​land-grant institutions, North Carolina State University (NCSU).  With over 685,000 rural students, North Carolina has one of the highest concentrations of rural students in the nation. ​College Advising Corps at North Carolina State University serves only rural high schools throughout North Carolina.

​In its inaugural year, nine recent NCSU graduates were placed in nine rural high schools to assist students who may not have seen college as a possibility. College Advising Corps at North Carolina State University has since expanded to 21 advisers serving in 21 schools.

Image by: William Murphy

21High Schools Served

How to Apply

Contact the Program Director

High Schools Served

Ayden-Grifton High School, Pitt County

Bunn High School, Franklin County

East Bladen High School, Bladen County

East Duplin High School, Duplin County

Franklinton High School, Franklin County

Heide Trask High School, Pender County

James Kenan High School, Duplin County

J.F. Webb High Schools, Granville County

Louisburg High School, Franklin County

North Duplin High School, Duplin County

North Moore High School, Moore County

North Pitt High School, Pitt County

Pender High School, Pender County

Perquimans High School, Perquimans County

Riverside High School, Martin County

South Creek High School, Martin County

South Granville High School, Granville County

Southern Wayne High School, Wayne County

Washington County High School, Washington County

Wallace-Rose Hill High School, Duplin County

West Bladen High School, Bladen County

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