The 125-acre Scott Northern Wake Campus offers Associate in Arts, Associate in Science and Associate in Fine Arts degrees for university transfer. It also includes programs in automotive, baking, business, information technology and skilled trades, as well as a variety of short-term, non-degree courses for workforce licensures and certifications.
The campus is home to the Hendrick Center for Automotive Excellence, a state-of-the-art STEM Lab, a lecture and performance hall and a gymnasium. It also houses classes for students in the Wake Early College of Health and Sciences, a partnership with the Wake County Public School System.
Scott Northern Wake Campus has the distinction of being the first college campus in the nation to have all buildings LEED®-certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Buildings and grounds are designed to conserve energy, with daylight harvesting, drought-resistant landscaping and other features.
State-of-the-art technology, including "smart" classrooms that provide instant access to instructional resources
A 293-seat lecture and performance hall
Laboratories for nursing assistant instruction
All Wake Tech campuses feature a library and study areas; an Individualized Learning Center (ILC) for reading, writing and math tutoring; wireless internet access; a photo ID office; and support services that include Admissions, Advising, Career Services, Disability Support Services and Financial Aid.
In addition to these services, Scott Northern Wake Campus offers a bookstore, a STEM Center, open computer labs, a distance education testing center, Student Success Coaches, chemistry and biology labs, music practice rooms, student dining options and tennis and volleyball courts.