NC State GIS

Campus Map image

Click here to see NC State maps, including the campus map, printable maps, and other maps.

 

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer-based tool that can store, create, manage, analyze, and display geographic or spatial data on a map.

NC State GIS uses this technology to collect, update, distribute and analyze geographic information.

 

Contact: NCSU Logo
Andy Belcher, GIS Manager/Developer cabelch2@ncsu.edu
Dave Wynne, GIS Project Manager dswynne@ncsu.edu
Sara Hopkins, GIS Technician sphopkin@ncsu.edu
Heath Huovinen, University Surveyor hehuovin@ncsu.edu

Please note: If you have a time-sensitive question or request, please
call 919-513-1132 for the fastest response.

 

Download DataMap

Frequently downloaded GIS files.

 

Download GIS Data StandardsDocument1

GIS Data Collection Standards and Geospatial Data Standards  |  Revised August 2017

 

Enterprise GIS Steering CommitteeCompass

Information about committee members, meetings, and more.

 

FAQs Question

Frequently asked questions for GIS.