The N.C. State University Club was dedicated in 1965 and serves N.C. State supporters, including faculty, staff and alumni. The facility and its land were donated by the Reynolds family and are situated on approximately ninety acres of land in Wake County. The membership voted unanimously to change the name of the NCSU Faculty Club to the N.C. State University Club, placed the Club under a new and improved management team and extended membership eligibility to N.C. State Alumni. The University Club is a family-oriented facility controlled and governed as a private club by the membership. Through monthly dues, faculty, staff and alumni provide for themselves and their families the use of facilities such as dining and banquet facilities, a nine-hole par three golf course, swimming pools, tennis courts, nature park, a fitness center, and a covered picnic area.