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.
Andy Belcher, GIS Manager/Developer firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Wynne, GIS Project Manager email@example.com
Sara Hopkins, GIS Technician firstname.lastname@example.org
Heath Huovinen, University Surveyor email@example.com
Please note: If you have a time-sensitive question or request, please call 919-513-1132 for the fastest response.
Download GIS Data
Building Footprints (shapefile) | Revised May 2019
Campus Perimeters (shapefile) | Revised May 2019
includes Central, Centennial, North, South, West, Reedy Creek, and Lake Wheeler precincts
Campus Existing CAD Map (AutoCAD file) | Revised May 2019
Download GIS Data Standards
GIS Data Collection Standards and Geospatial Data Standards | Revised September 2018
Enterprise GIS Steering Committee
Information about committee members, meetings, and more.
Frequently asked questions for GIS.
NC State University makes every effort to produce and publish the most current and accurate content possible. However, the maps and data are produced for informational purposes, and are NOT surveys. The information is compiled from various sources and not intended for official use or legal reference. The user of this site should not solely rely on the data provided herein. The information provided may not be used for commercial purposes or sold.