The Campus Cinema
The Campus Cinema, located in Witherspoon Student Center, presents films ranging from independent works to the latest Hollywood blockbusters in digital format with Dolby® Digital Surround Sound. The Cinema is a fully functional movie theatre with 460 seats and a concession stand offering freshly popped popcorn, one free popcorn per person. Movie screenings are free to NC State and the general public unless otherwise specified. Check out the cinema website at: https://uab.ncsu.edu/films-schedule/. If you desire any assistive devices, services, or other accommodations to participate in these activities, please contact the UAB Films Advisor at 919-515-5168.Back To Top
Carmichael Complex consists of Carmichael Gym, Carmichael Recreation Center, Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center, Miller Fields, 12 tennis courts, and 8 basketball courts, which offer a wide variety of indoor and outdoor fitness choices for students. Students may use the pools, indoor track, courts, cardio equipment, the outdoor fields, and tennis courts unless otherwise reserved for classes, events or maintenance. The Carmichael Complex is home to University Recreation and the Department of Health & Exercise Studies. For more information, please visit the Carmichael Complex website or call (919) 515-PLAY (7529).
Gregg Museum of Art & Design is NC State’s collecting museum and in Fall 2017 will occupy one of the newest buildings on campus. The Gregg Museum will be located at the former chancellor's residence at 1903 Hillsborough Street. During the construction, the Gregg Museum is temporarily sited at 516 Brickhaven Drive (near J.C. Raulston Arboretum) and its exhibitions are presented in a variety of other venues on campus and in the surrounding community.
The Gregg Museum houses more than 32,000 examples of contemporary and historical ceramics and textiles, glass, furniture, photography, paintings and sculptures, ethnographic, folk and outsider art, and works on paper from every continent. These holdings augment an ongoing series of changing exhibitions, support university curricula across a wide range of course subjects, and enable direct research with significant objects. The Gregg's collection, exhibitions, publications and programming provide the NC State community and the public with unique access to work in all these media.
To schedule tours or class visits, or to make arrangements to use the permanent collection, please call 919.515.3503 or visit the Gregg Museum online.
Price Music Center (PMC) is the location for the Music Department and its programs. Until 1965, the first Pullen Hall had been the original music building, which, along with many band instruments, pianos, and a music library, was destroyed by a student arsonist. Built in 1971, Price Music Center is named to honor Percy Walter (Daddy) Price, the father of today's musical organizations on campus and the University's first music director in 1923. The Center contains three large rehearsal halls, practice rooms each with a piano available to any student, a digital piano lab, and offices and classrooms. For more information, call 919.515.2981.
Talley Student Union (TSU) is the hub of student life on campus and is the place to study, shop, dine and engage with your peers. Talley Student Union is anchored with nine food venues, Wolfpack Outfitters, the Woodward Student Involvement Center and Stewart Theatre. If students are looking to connect with the arts, enhance their leadership skills, or connect with peers, Talley Student Union is the place to start. Students can even be part of the amazing student employment team that operates the facility.
Program offices and service areas that can be found in the Talley Student Union include: Arts NC State; Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service; Fraternity and Sorority Life; GLBT Center; Multicultural Student Affairs; Student Involvement; NC State Student Centers Administration; Student Centers Board of Directors; Union Activities Board; University Theatre; Women's Center; RAVE! Events; Ticket Central; and University Graduate Student Association.
Frank Thompson Hall is the location for University Theatre and the Crafts Center. Built in 1925 as a gymnasium, Thompson Hall reopened in Fall 2009 after an extensive renovation that was an extraordinary partnership between NC State students, private citizens, businesses and the extended NC State community.
Thompson Hall houses University Theatre’s full production activities, performances, and classes. Facilities include the Titmus Theatre, the Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre, the costume shop, the scenic construction and paint shop, lighting and sound facilities, as well as rehearsal and classroom spaces. The renovation brought state-of-the-art technologies and improved accessibility to the building that now returns to its purpose as a hub of student activity.
Located on the ground floor of Thompson Hall, the Crafts Center offers eight technology-rich studios and specializes in classes and workshops in art, pottery, sculpture, weaving, fiber arts, photography, woodworking, glass, jewelry, lapidary, and more. For more than fifty years, the Crafts Center has provided a friendly learning environment for students and craftspeople of all levels. NC State’s Crafts Center is one of the finest university crafts programs in the country. Classes and studio use are available to NC State students, alumni, employees, and the general public.
For more information on these two programs, please visit the Arts NC State website.
Witherspoon Student Center (WSC) currently houses the African-American Cultural Center, Student Government and Student Media which includes the offices of five student-run media organizations: Agromeck (yearbook); The Nubian Message and Technician (newspapers); Windhover (literary magazine); and WKNC FM 88.1 (radio station). Witherspoon includes two accessible balconies; one meeting room available by reservation through REM; the African-American Cultural Center’s Sankofa Room, Gallery and Library; and Campus Cinema, used for films, lectures, classes and special events.