Your Unity ID and Password
Your Unity ID and password are your keys to numerous university IT resources, including
- MyPack Portal
- Email and calendaring services through Google Workspace
- Wireless network access
- Software licensing
Rules, Regulations & Procedures
NC State’s computer resources are owned by the university and are provided primarily to support its academic and administrative functions. A number of rules apply to student and employee use of IT resources.
A robust wireless data network provides access to NC State campus computing services and to the internet on the Main Campus, Centennial Campus, and Centennial Biomedical Campus
ResNet is the residential computer network service provided to students living at NC State.
Media & Student Services
WolfTV is here! Over 100 channels of sports, movies, news and entertainment delivered to you in HD!
OIT offers an optional comprehensive local telephone service for on-campus students.
Email, Calendaring & Web
Email and Calendaring
Google Workspace is the official university email and calendaring system.
Official university email is always sent to your UnityID@ncsu.edu account.
Google Workspace Calendar is the university online calendaring resource for scheduling campus meetings, events and facilities.
More apps in Google Workspace
In addition to email and calendaring services, Google Workspace offers many other apps to help students, faculty and staff educate, communicate and collaborate.
At NC State, all students, faculty and staff have file storage space in several locations.
Get on the Web
Andrew File System (AFS) space and OIT’s WordPress Blogs environment are available to build your personal website, in addition to WolfWare and other university services. Visit Get On The Web to decide which service is right for you.
Teaching & Research
Optical Mark Reading
NC State faculty, staff, graduate students, and others have access to Optical Mark Reading services for automated scoring.
High Performance Computing
Faculty can request access to NC State’s high-performance research and education computing facilities.
OIT provides 1 terabyte of storage space for projects that have been awarded a grant as well as storage options for HPC data, general storage and backup, and productivity and office documents.
Virtual Computing Lab
NC State provides a remote access service that allows you to reserve a computer with a desired set of applications for yourself, your class or your research group and to remotely access it over the Internet.
Hardware & Software
Your Computer at NC State
Read our recommendations for student computers before you buy.
Many popular applications are available to the NC State community through OIT.
Unity Computer Labs
The Office of Information Technology supports public Unity computer labs, which are open to all NC State students, faculty and staff with active Unity accounts.