Great Schools For Students With Children: North Carolina

The face of a college student is much different than it was 10 or 20 years ago. More single parents, married students and older students are entering the arena. Universities have made living on campus a possibility with family housing. Here is a list of schools that offer such housing in North Carolina

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Campbell University, 143 Main St, Buies Creek, NC 27506, USA
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Campbell University

Fast Facts

  • Located in Buies Creek, NC
  • Established in 1887
  • Freshmen are required to attend Campbell University Chapel
  • Degrees in over 90 fields

Housing Facts

  • Homes available for married and non-traditional students

A markerlaurel university high point, nc -
Laurel University, 1215 Eastchester Dr, High Point, NC 27265, USA
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Laurel College

Fast Facts

  • Located in High Point, NC
  • Established in 1902
  • Christian College
  • Two schools of study: General Education and Ministry
  • Distance courses available
  • Formally known as John Wesley College

Housing Facts

  • 2-bedroom apartments available
  • Washer and dryer
  • Central air conditioning and heating
  • Walking distance from the campus

A markerNorth Carolina State University -
North Carolina State University, 313 Chapanoke Rd #100, Raleigh, NC 27603, USA
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North Carolina State University

Fast Facts

  • Located in Raleigh, NC
  • Established in 1887
  • Largest 4-year university in North Carolina
  • 3rd in Best Overall Public University (U.S. News & World Report)

Housing Facts

  • Studio, 1 and 2- bedroom apartments
  • Furnished and Unfurnished units
  • Basic cable and High speed internet

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AskAshlie3433 6 years ago from WEST VIRGINIA

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