Location: Gorman Street
Mail & Packages
US Postal Service Mail:
2730 Wolf Village Way Unit (mailbox number)
Raleigh, NC 27607
FedEx/UPS/Other Package Carriers:
2730 Wolf Village Way
(Mailbox number) Wolf Village Apartments
Raleigh, NC 27607
Gray Hall (919) 513-9653
Villages in Wolf Village
For Wolf Village Assignments
1112 Pullen Hall
Campus Box 7315
Raleigh, NC 27695
Phone: (919) 515-2440
Fax: (919) 831-3542
Hours: 8 am to 5 pm, Monday - Friday
- Sophomores (with restrictions)
- Graduate students
- Intern Housing (during summer)
- 9 month academic agreement
** Does not include fee for cable and high-speed internet (ResNet)
Meet your Residence Directors
Latosha M. Williams - Email me
Arctic, Baffin, Caspian, Hudson, Timber and Mackenzie halls
Higher Education Administration
Hometown: Fremont (Bay Area), Calif.
Hobbies/interests: My hobbies include shopping, reading and journaling/writing. My family, friends and faith are also important to me. I have several interest areas in higher education that range from student leadership development, the experiences of under-represented populations ( across race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability, size, etc.), mentoring experiences of women of color, diversity competency (comparatively between majority and non-majority groups), international higher education models and program/institutional effectiveness.
What makes your residents the best? I have observed Wolf Village to be a vibrant community of diverse residents that respect and value each other. Walking around the community our residents are always polite, cordial and amicable. The CA and RA staff members are capable and friendly individuals who make living in the Wolf Village community a positive experience. I look forward to getting to know more residents as the year goes on.
What is your favorite part of being an RD?
My favorite part of being a RD is knowing that the interaction I have with students on a day to day basis can help serve as a catalyst for their growth and development. While other areas of the college campus may only interact with students minimally, in my role as an RD I get to engage students beyond their classroom experience in a way that will still be beneficial to their overall learning and growth as a college student. My role engages with students concerning various life topics relevant to life during and after college through programming, opportunities to develop leadership skills through Village Council and CA/RA positions, learning the importance of shared responsibility and positive social interaction in community living, and more. Knowing that my role can help make a resident’s experience at NC State that much more meaningful is a huge part of my personal sense of fulfillment in this role and I am honored to serve.
Cliff Jones - Email me
Gray and Red halls
Higher Education Administration
Hometown: Durham, N.C.
Hobbies/interests: Traveling, listening to music, watching and playing sports, reading, watching movies, eating, exploring new cultures and ideas, spending time with family and friends.
What makes your residents the best? I have the privilege of being the RD for the S.T.A.T.E. Village, which is housed in Gray Hall and home to a select group of sophomore and transfer students. They're amazing because they've maintained much of their fresh perspectives and passion for the university. What makes them unique is that they are in a community that gives them the independence and platform to grow and mature in their autonomy, their academic competence and in their ability to create meaningful relationships within their hall and in the greater community. It's the best of both worlds!
What is your favorite part of being an RD? My favorite part about being an RD is engaging and connecting with an ambitious staff of RAs and a diverse and inspiring group of residents on a daily basis. No two days are the same, and I'm motivated by the challenge University Housing presents.
Wolf Village is an exciting apartment complex for upper-class and graduate students at NC State. At Wolf Village, you’ll experience all the advantages of apartment living but none of the headaches! Wolf Village is a convenient transitional community, where you’ll enjoy access to campus resources, study lounges and Resident Advisors. You’ll also reap the benefits of added privacy and apartment-style living. Experience community. Wolf Village has a communal atmosphere. Walk to campus, Hillsborough Street or Western Boulevard. Wolf Village is also home to the STATE Village for sophomore and transfer students.
- View map of Wolf Village
- Cost Information
- Accessibility Features (pdf)
- Wolf Village Resident Agreement 2013-2014 (pdf)
- There are NO Wolf Village tours available during the summer. Tours will begin again in the fall.
- For a list of what to bring and included amenities, browse the Wolf Village Wolf "PACK" List.
Wolf Village Community Features
- Four bedroom apartments (single bedrooms)
- Fully-furnished apartments with full-sized beds (54” x 74”)*
- Two full bathrooms in each apartment
- Shared living room and kitchen in each apartment
- Washer and dryer in each unit
- Study lounges and computer labs
- On-site convenience store
- Fitness room, volleyball courts, outdoor grills and gazebo on site
- ResNet high-speed internet and cable
- On the Wolfline bus system
- 24-hour service desk
- Resident Advisors on site
- ADA apartments available
- Open during holidays and Winter/Spring Breaks
*All fully-furnished apartments include a couch, chair, entertainment center, side table, coffee table, dining table, dining chairs, refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave, washer and dryer. Individual apartments include a full-sized bed, desk, desk chair, mini-dresser drawers and bookshelf. Browse our Wolf "PACK" List for details on what to bring to your new apartment.
In August of 2012, University Housing renamed the Wolf Village apartment complex buildings to create a stronger sense of community and Wolfpack pride. The names chosen reflect species and subspecies of wolves. Previously the buildings were identified by letters A-H. The new building names are listed below:
- Building A – Arctic
- Building B – Baffin
- Building C – Caspian
- Building D – Red
- Building E – Timber
- Building F – Mackenzie
- Building G – Gray
- Building H – Hudson
3D Floorplans (Click thumbnail to view full-size)
Photos (Click thumbnail to view full-size)
Have questions about living at Wolf Village? We are here to help.
Raleigh, NC 27607
Phone: (919) 515-9653
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm
Wolf Village Apartments, Administrative Associate
Janine M. Weaver-Douglas
Wolf Village Apartments, Assistant Director