The North Carolina Community College System, one of the best in the Nation, prepares students for great jobs and keeps North Carolina's economy strong.
The North Carolina Encyclopedia, maintained by the State Library of North Carolina, is designed to give you an overview of the people, the government, the history, and the resources of North Carolina.
NCSEAA is North Carolina's agency for college student financial aid, administering programs designed to help college students pay the costs of higher education.
North Carolina has eleven historically black colleges and universities. Shaw University in Raleigh, founded in 1865, is the oldest HBCU in the South. North Carolina Central University, founded in Durham in 1910 is a member of the University of North Carolina system.
Studentjobs.gov is a free service that offers useful information on federal government job opportunities for students.
The University of North Carolina system was the first public university system in the U.S. and the only one to graduate students in the eighteenth century.