In 2016 Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education was re-organized to function as the Agency’s education hub. The main function of the Education Hub is coordinating statewide wildlife education and information for public and staff training. Due to this reorganization, regular on-site programming is currently not being offered at the Wildlife Resources Commission headquarters located on NC State’s Centennial Campus in Raleigh, NC.
The Centennial Campus Center is located in the headquarters of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission-- a "green" building designed to limit environmental impact related to its construction and operation. This sustainable structure is the first of its kind on campus and features:
The Center has a 70-seat auditorium where visitors can view a 20-minute video with a timeline of changes in the Piedmont, from natural wildlife areas to suburban sprawl.
For Wildlife Facilitator Workshops view the Wildlife and Educator Workshops Calender
For program needs and desires please check the following sources:City of Raleigh – Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources DepartmentWake County – Parks and RecreationNC Museum of Natural ResourcesNC State Parks
FOR WEEK DAYS FROM 8 A.M. - 5 P.M.
General Visitors and Program Participants:
Parking on Centennial Campus (PDF)
Handicapped parking spaces are available in the parking deck behind our building on the top level of the deck. If you have special parking needs but do not have a handicapped parking pass, please call the Center for instructions at 707-0205.
Admission to the exhibits is free of charge. Contributions to the NC Wildlife Resources Education Programs support opportunities for hunting and fishing programs. Click here for more information about programs that donations support and how to donate.