Campus Facilities and Services

NC State remains open with minimal on-campus operations, which includes limiting the on-campus population, moving to fully online courses, requiring remote or alternative work arrangements for the majority of employees and closing most service facilities. More information on specific facilities and campus services follows.

Housing

Effective immediately and throughout the remainder of the spring semester, NC State students who occupy university housing are instructed to remain at or return to their permanent off-campus residences, unless granted an exception. Residential facilities will remain open until 5 p.m. on Sunday, Mar. 22. Students do not have to move all belongings out immediately.

Students who have no other housing option must complete a Special Circumstance Housing Request Form (requires Unity ID login) by Thursday, Mar. 19 at noon. Housing operating hours and policies are available online.

NC State will provide prorated refunds to students for their unused housing plans this semester. Since costs of specific housing plans vary per student, once determined, the credit will be posted to the student account. It will take some time for the university to calculate reimbursements and we will update you with specifics about the timing of refunds in the upcoming weeks.

Student Centers, Wellness and Recreation, Dining

The Wellness and Recreation Center will be closed until further notice.

Talley Student Union and Witherspoon Student Center are closed until further notice. Visit the Student Centers website for further information.

For dining needs, Fountain Dining Hall will be open limited hours from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and 4:30-7 p.m. daily for take-out only for the on-campus community.

NC State will provide prorated refunds to students for their unused dining plans this semester. Since costs of specific dining plans vary per student, once determined, the credit will be posted to the student account. It will take some time for the university to calculate reimbursements and we will update you with specifics about the timing of refunds in the upcoming weeks.

Student Health, Counseling Center

Student Health Services will be available to maintain ongoing health care (such as medication refills, follow-up regarding laboratory tests and brief questions) via secure messaging in the Healthy Pack Portal. Some acute medical consultation may be available in this manner on a case-by-case basis. A limited number of in-person appointments for acute illness in the Main Campus location are available for students and will need to be made by calling 919-515-2563. Visit the Student Health Services website for more information.

The Counseling Center will remain available for students by calling 919-515-2423. All services will be available remotely through phone or video. The center will not be open for walk-ins or face-to-face meetings with students. Visit the Counseling Center’s dedicated updates page for more information.

Centennial Campus

As part of NC State, Centennial Campus remains open with minimal on-campus operations, which includes limiting the on-campus populatio, significantly reducing activities and closing most facilities. Current Centennial Campus partners — or other affected members of the Centennial Campus community — can find detailed information about the coronavirus response and available resources at the link below.
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Libraries

Until further notice, D.H. Hill Jr. Library is closed, but the Libraries’ expanded online collections and expanded services remain available. For information about the Libraries’ expanded online and technology services visit the Libraries’ Coronavirus Response page

Transportation

NC State Transportation remains open, but some services may be reduced. Visit the dedicated coronavirus page for more information on services like permitting, Wolfline and others.

Safety

NC State University Police will remain fully operational.