Registration fees are based upon your affiliation to the university.
Crafts Center classes are extracurricular, non-credit classes. To see the price of a specific class or workshop, view current offerings.
Contact us if you have questions about Crafts Center fees or guidelines.
What are the fee levels?
Student Level: For fee-paying NC State students only; this price is not available to tuition waiver recipients, non-fee paying students or spouses of students.
Public Level: For the general public: everyone who does not qualify as a student as described above.
Level I – Student price: For fee-paying NC State students only; this price is not available to tuition waiver recipients, non-fee paying students or spouses of students.
Level II – Affiliate price: For NC State alumni, parents of currently–enrolled NC State students, NC State University employees, retired NC State faculty/staff, Centennial partners, non–fee paying NC State students, OLLI members, senior citizens (60+), active and retired military (does not apply to spouses.)
Level III – Base price: For general public
Is there an age requirement to take a class?
Yes. You must be 18 or over or a registered NC State student with current health insurance to participate in classes and studio areas.
Do classes and workshops include Studio Membership?
Classes are available in varying session lengths as an ongoing study in a specific studio. Students will only have access to the studio for the duration of the class to practice during the timeframe in which the class is being conducted. Certain classes (not Workshops) provide participants options to utilize a PunchCard and/or purchase a ClassPass:
OPTION 1: PunchCard can be utilized for three additional studio visits after the class has ended to complete [only] projects started in class. The card will be made available on the last day of class.
OPTION 2: ClassPass is offered for designated classes and extends studio access beyond the actual time frame of the class. Students enrolled in second session continuing classes [meaning halfway or more through the semester] will be able to purchase a ClassPass to utilize prior to the start of class – pending enrollment verification.
Workshops are focused sessions that are held for several consecutive days. The Center often adds specialty workshops, so check our website often for updates. Workshops do not include additional studio access; however, students have the option to sign up for other classes and/or purchase a semester membership; students will have access to the studio to practice during the timeframe in which the workshop is being conducted.
I’m not taking a class. Can I still use a studio?
Yes, Studio Memberships are available for purchase by those not taking a class, provided they have sufficient experience and knowledge to work independently in the studio. Visit our Membership page for details about Membership, fees, and how to purchase a Membership.
How much is a Studio Membership?
We are now offering an annual membership! Annual memberships are 10% off the total cost of semester-based (individual) memberships, therefore they offer overall savings, especially to members who use the Center year-round. [Non-refundable, one-time annual payment]
Annual Membership Inclusions and Benefits
- Full access to the studio in which you are registered
- Open invitation to attend special events, lectures,“Lunch’ n Learn” sessions,
- 10% savings over purchasing per-semester memberships individually
Membership Fees (per studio): Individually per Semester and Annually
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*Summer sessions are discounted due to the shorter summer schedule.
Membership Fees: Fibers Studio Only
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NOTE: A limited number of Fiber Studio memberships are available each semester depending on class demand for looms and spinning wheels. Please contact the Crafts Center or place your name on the Fiber Studio Membership waitlist
What forms of payment are accepted?
Registration for classes and workshops must be done through our online registration system with payment by credit card.
At this time, supplies related to current classes and studio will continue to be sold over the counter at the Center’s Info Desk; forms of payment accepted are cash, check, and money order. Checks should be payable to NC State University. Checks returned by a bank for any reason will incur a $25 returned check fee.
What are the guidelines on cancellations?
Most of our classes fill quickly so there is often a wait list. Late notice cancellations require considerable processing and labor to try and fill the reserved seat. Therefore, cancellations under 10 days are not able to be refunded unless we can fill the space.
- If cancellation occurs 10 or more days prior to the start of a class, a processing charge of 25% of the registration payment or $25 (whichever is less) will be assessed and the remainder refunded.
- If cancellation occurs less than 10 days prior to the start of a class, a refund cannot be issued unless the space can be filled. If the space is able to be filled, a 50% refund of payment will be issued.
- If you find you need to cancel out of a class you have registered for, you must our online Cancellation Form if you are cancelling from a Spring 2018 class. If you are cancelling from a Summer 2018 class, you must do so via Reporter».
Cancellation requests will not be accepted at the main desk or via phone or email.
- The refund will be issued to the same credit card used for original payment; allow 10 business days for the credit to post to your account.
If you have questions regarding cancellations, please contact the Crafts Center by phone 919.515.2457 or by e-mail email@example.com.
Other class guidelines
To receive an optimal experience and get the most out of the class, attendance is important as there are no provisions for make-up sessions for missed classes.
Class schedule changes
Dates, times and instructors of classes are subject to change. In the event a change to the class schedule needs to be made, you will be notified via email and/or by phone.
If a class is filled at time of registration, add your name to the waitlist via Reporter» in case a space becomes available or the waitlist becomes long enough for us to possibly add another class.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, NC State will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Requests can be served more effectively if notice is provided at least 10 days before the event. Direct accommodation requests via e-mail to Crafts Center Director Carol Fountain Nix.