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Get Excited and Enriched at North Carolina State Universities

Getting your education at North Carolina colleges and universities can be as exciting as it is enriching. With a healthy balance between small-town peacefulness and buzzing urban activity, North Carolina is an extremely attractive place to be a student

Safety First
Campuses are the majority of North Carolina universities offer constant security, so students can focus on their studying. Featuring 24-hour emergency response devices and patrols, student patrols, late-night transport/escort service, and controlled dormitory access, you can be confident that your educational experience won't be burdened by worries about your own personal well-being. Not to mention that as a student at mostNorth Carolina state universities, students are taken care of by things like on campus health clinics, personal and psychological counseling, women's centers, and legal services.

Learning YOUR Way
Imagine a college world where you don't ever have to wake up for an 8 a.m. class. Well, at universities in North Carolina like Duke University (Durham, NC), students are living the ideal schedule. Last April, the university decided to eliminate their first period classes in order to help sleep-deprived students. The school believes that students surviving on a mix of caffeine, adrenaline, and ambition because of a lack of sleep isn't helping their grades and attendance. School officials also indicate that those early classes shunned by students cause an overflow of demand for afternoon classes. Next fall, the school plans to begin classes at 8:30 a.m. to remedy some problems. Not a big change, but that's still an extra 30 minutes of rest snooze button-free for students at this North Carolina university.

Stay Active
North Carolina universities offer extracurricular activities to satisfy your every impulse. Ranging from theater groups, student-run newspapers, and radio and television stations, to musical clubs like choral groups, and marching bands, there are plenty of opportunities for you to continue learning even outside the classroom. And beyond the camaraderie you'll find in the classroom, there are countless national fraternities and sororities available to the student who wants to partake in the Greek Life.

Cutting Edge Curriculum
Studying at North Carolina state universities is anything but boring, as schools find new and inventive ways to maximize your educational experience. For example, Students at the University of North Carolina (Charlotte, NC) are studying something that you probably love checking out in your free time -- "American Idol."

Fans and haters alike are examining the talent show with musical critiques. Instead of reading chapters from a lame textbook, students watch two episodes a week as homework and devise new ways to rate contestants. What will the final exam will be like? Will students have to recall what the KELLY CLARKSON and RUBEN STUDDARD hopefuls sang and wore on stage? Or maybe they'll have to answer multiple choice questions on how SIMON COWELL made contestants cry. Not quite. At the end of the semester, students are asked to play judge to earn A's, and write final papers on who should be the next Idol. Watch out, PAULA, RANDY, and SIMON!

With all of these assets, it's hard to pass up an opportunity to study at North Carolina universities. Explore them today.



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