COVID19 Resources

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What you need to know
NC State continues to work with county and state health officials to monitor and respond to the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. NC State is implementing the following actions to keep our campus community safe and to limit the potential of COVID-19 impacting our ability to fulfill the university’s core academic mission. Click here for details.

From NC State’s Emergency Health & Public Safety, WORKING@NC STATE DURING COVID-19, click here.

Chancellor Woodson provides an update on summer and fall planning, click here.
There are 10 task forces to finalize recommendations for the reactivation of NC State over the summer in preparation for a successful fall semester. The areas of focus and respective leaders are:

  1. Academic Calendar (Louis Hunt)
  2. Campus Facilities and Grounds (Doug Morton)
  3. Student Activities (Lisa Zapata)
  4. Organized Research (Mladen Vouk)
  5. Extension (Rich Bonanno)
  6. Partnerships, Engagement and Economic Development (Kevin Howell and Leslie Boney)
  7. Development and Alumni Engagement (Brian Sischo)
  8. Athletics (Boo Corrigan)
  9. Campus Enterprises and Dining (Rich Berlin)
  10. University Housing (Donna McGalliard)

Contacts & Further Resources
While NC State prepares for COVID-19’s impact on the campus community, various resources are available for assistance and further information. These page include resources for students & families and staff & faculty.

Campus community members with other questions related to COVID-19 can call the Wolfpack Response Line @ 919.512.3272.

Pack Essentials, click here
Students who are experiencing challenges due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) should submit a CARES Act Emergency Grant application available in the MyPack Portal. Students not eligible for support under the CARES Act may apply for funding from the Pack Essentials Student Emergency Fund. Please note that we are processing applications as quickly as possible but response times may be longer than usual. Please only submit one application per student.

NC Department of Health & Human Services, COVID19 response

US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)