NC State offers licensees a variety of on-campus and off-campus advertising opportunities.
NC State Magazine is published quarterly by the Alumni Association for its members. The magazine highlights University news and events, includes updates on alumni, and captures views of our favorite places.
The Wolfpack Club – The mission of the NC State Student Aid Association (Wolfpack Club) is to provide private financial support for athletic scholarships and facilities for NC State University. The club offers its members the opportunity to advertise in The Wolfpacker Magazine.
Wolfpack Sports Properties owns all multimedia rights to NC State athletics. This includes the Wolfpack Sports Radio Network, one of the best collegiate networks in the country.
NC State Student Media
Technician is North Carolina State University’s student-run newspaper has been serving the campus community since 1920. It employs more than 100 students throughout the year and is instrumental in providing students, faculty, staff and alumni with campus news, sports, entertainment, as well as state and national news. The Technician is published Monday through Friday with a circulation of 11,000 papers daily when school is in session. Advertising opportunities are available in both their print and online edition.
WKNC Radio 88.1 FM is a student-run, non-commercial radio station. Established in 1922, NC State student radio provides exciting programming to devoted listeners throughout the greater triangle area. The station accepts paid “sponsorship” support.
The Nubian Message is a weekly publication with a circulation of 750 papers that provides informative and innovative articles about and for African-American and other students at NC State. Feature stories range from news to editorials about issues concerning the community.
The Agromeck yearbook is NC State’s oldest student publication. It documents the lives of the 30,000-plus students, faculty and staff on the campus, covering everything from football games and pep rallies to fraternity and sorority events and classroom activities.
In addition, the Trademark Licensing Office manages several NC State social media channels. Licensees may submit photos and descriptions of new or unique items for Trademark Licensing to consider using on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.