Working as One Pack
At NC State, we’re doing everything we can to protect the Pack as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To make that happen, every member of the community must do their part. This site presents protocols, guidelines and far-ranging information to help promote a safe and supportive environment for students, faculty and staff.
Following are some important updates and reminders to help keep our community safe. These will be updated as needed. Please continue to visit this website for the most up-to-date information on NC State’s response to COVID-19.
What You Need to Know
- NC State is open. Classes begin Jan. 19. Some operations may be reduced or altered to protect the safety of the community. Many employees continue working remotely and the majority of classes are being taught online for spring 2021.
- Face coverings are required everywhere on campus, inside and outside, with few exceptions. For more information on face covering requirements and other expectations, please review the community standards.
- NC State requires return-to-campus testing for employees working in face-to-face capacities, students living in residence halls and students living within 1 mile of campus.
- Ongoing weekly surveillance testing is required for certain populations throughout the spring semester.
- NC State regularly updates testing, self-reporting, quarantine and isolation data on the COVID-19 Data Tracking page.
- If the university and the Wake County Department of Human Services identify cases as part of a cluster (five or more cases that are epidemiologically linked), that information will be posted on the Cluster Updates page and on WolfAlert Twitter and Facebook.
It Takes a Wolfpack
In addition to outlining ways for us all to protect ourselves and others, NC State will continue providing important information to keep students, families, faculty and staff safe, healthy and thriving.
Use the links below to find information and resources covering most aspects of being a member of the Wolfpack family during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Think and Do
As a public land-grant university, we owe it to the people of our state to tackle challenges such as COVID-19 — and to keep delivering world-class academics, research and outreach for North Carolina and beyond, whatever the circumstances. We strive to ensure that the things we learn and discover on campus will improve lives far beyond it.
If you’re new to this community, know that we’ll have your back — during this pandemic and long after it’s over.