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Building Blocks Of A University In ^ Motion •on BUILDING North Carolina State Univer sity was built to serve the people of North Carolina. For nearly 100 years it has added and built programs that continue this commitment for service. From one building and 61 acres to over 140 buildings and almost 90,000 acres, North Carolina State has been building its future with continuous stength and progress. Much like the University itself, the students who attend this University build an education from a solid academic founda- tion. A foundation that also serves them by allowing a wide range of study in over 100 fields and offering almost 200 degrees. Even though enrollement has grown from slightly over 70 in 1889 to more that 22,000 today, the University has retained much of the architectural atmosphere and green space of its begin- nings. With over 22,000 students, the University ' s main campus is much like a small city itself, offering a variety of eating and entertainment places on campus or just across the street. From the on campus life to the city of Opening
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New construction near central campus on (far left) Gardner Hall re-routed many walks to class. The brickyard (above), and the Student Center Plaza (right) provide places to meet between classes or at lunch. Opening
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Raleigh, students go from an area built to serve them to a city that is part of a metropolitan tr i-ad known as the Research Triangle. This triangle provides many of the research, education and employment opportunities that have enabled North Carolina State University to build itself into a major technological Uni- versity. As the State of North Carolina moves into the future, North Carolina State University moves with it, perhaps leading it there with the promise of a good education. mmm »\\[i -P^- ■ ' iio* ' . " ' : > K - ' V.--. • ■•..: > :• ! r/7e Campus provides many quiet and relaxing places to talk with friends or study (far right). New construction (right) and long standing classroom build- ings (above) stand side by side in progress. Shawn Dorsch Opening
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