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James B. Hunt Jr. Library One of the world’s most advanced libraries, this building expects LEED Silver certification for energy and water efficiency, including rooftop solar panels that provide hot water, rain garden, green roof and bookBot, a robotic book retrieval system that reduced the building’s square footage by 40 percent.

Keystone Science Center

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Lake Raleigh Site of numerous recreation opportunities and greenway trails, the lake is a frequent teaching spot for classes. Next to the lake’s dam is the student-run SOUL garden, where you can get your hands dirty learning about sustainable, healthy agriculture.

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James B. Hunt Jr. Library Ridge 1Wolf Apartments

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Engineering Building III From rain chains that improve rain runoff to the green roof that you can see from the fourth floor, this building leads the Pack in stormwater management.

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Lake Raleigh

Keystone Science Center Home of FREEDM Systems Center, which conducts groundbreaking research on renewable energy, such as the solar panels atop this building’s roof.

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North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Open weekdays, this LEED Gold building features indoor and outdoor educational exhibits as well as rain gardens and composting demonstrations.

GETTING AROUND CAMPUS

CAMPUS FEATURES

Bus: Ditch driving and travel on the Wolfline, a convenient network of buses powered by cleaner, low-sulfur diesel.

Local Food or Community Garden

High Performance Building

Wolf Ridge Apartments Students live in sustainable style at these campus apartments, which expect LEED Silver certification and feature a green roof, underground rainwater cistern, convenient Wolfline bus access and outdoor views from nearly every room.

NC Solar Center

NC State’s increasingly sustainable campus is where a Wolfpack of forward-thinkers lives, works, studies and plays. See the innovative, ecofriendly campus features for yourself by taking the self-guided sustainability tour of Centennial, North or Central Campus. Or, just use the map as your guide to a campus that is leaner, smarter and stronger than ever.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

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MAP

Welcome to a Living Lab for Transformation

To North and Central Campus

& Sustainability Tour

SUSTAINABILITY AT NC STATE

TOUR CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

SOUL Garden

Greenway: Skip the street and hit NC State’s growing network of greenway trails. Bicycle: Named a Bicycle Friendly University, NC State is a great place to cruise around campus. If you don’t have your own bike, rent one by the day, weekend, week or semester from WolfWheels (located at Carmichael Recreation Center).

Solar Energy

Electric Vehicle: Charge your car on campus at a fast Level 2 charging station for up to four hours.

Water Quality or Conservation Project

Rent a Car: Why own a car when you can rent one only when you need it? Rent one of several campus Zipcars by the hour.

ZipCar Rental Greenway Trail


TOUR NORTH AND CENTRAL CAMPUS 1 Talley Student Center

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Sustainability will be front and center at this hub for student life, which expects LEED Silver certification.

Campus Bulk Waste Recycling Facility

Stormwater management never looked as good as this lowimpact, sustainable landscape – designed and built by students.

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Steam Plant

This pioneer for energy efficiency is an 11 megawatt combined heat and power plant that saves NC State more than $4 million a year.

Waste Reduction and Recycling Office

Healthy and sustainable, the center’s new addition is certified LEED Gold for features such as rainwater gardens, a cistern and bike facilities for alternative commuters.

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Bragaw Residence Hall

Features all LED lighting. Like all campus buildings, Bragaw is cleaned with eco-friendly products and an ionized water sanitation system. Stop in the C-Store to enjoy some Howling Cow ice cream, an NC State-made treat.

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Fountain Dining Hall

This path through the heart of campus parallels Rocky Branch Creek. Educational signage along the route explains how the creek was restored for improved water quality and wildlife habitats.

At all three campus dining halls, sustainability is served daily through local food choices, trayless dining that conserves water, composting and a recycling program that converts used cooking oil to biofuel.

At this frontrunner for sustainable athleticism, solar energy heats the gym’s two pools. You can also rent a WolfWheels bicycle here for use around campus.

To Centennial Biomedical Campus

Sullivan Shops

Site of Weekly Campus Farmer's Market

University Sustainability Office

Fountain Dining Hall

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EcoVillage, a living & learning village

5 Bragaw Residence Hall

Future Gregg Museum of Art and Design

Owen Res.Hall

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Student Health Center

Joyner Visitor Center

8 Carmichael Gymnasium

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Student 1Talley Center

Turlington Res.Hall

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Cates Avenue Steam Plant

Energy Management Office

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Gymnasium

Case Academic Center

CAMPUS FEATURES

Local Food or Community Garden

Recreation Center

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Clark Hall

Solar House

Information Booth Stinson Drive (Drive-Up Access Only)

Bike Rental

Complex (irrigated by rainwater collected here)

Solar Charging Station

High Performance Building Solar Energy

(open for tours)

Water Quality or Conservation Project ZipCar Rental

To Centennial Campus

Greenway Trail Energy Star Building


NC State's Campus Sustainability Tour and Map