NC State community:
Please take a moment to watch a video message from Chancellor Randy Woodson. As we near the end of the semester, it’s important that we continue doing all we can to keep the Pack on track for a return to a more normal campus environment in the months ahead. Important information about our campus response to COVID-19 and vaccine availability is below.
Testing and Quarantine Updates
Thanks to the efforts of so many, our on-campus surveillance testing continues to produce good results — less than 1% of our tests have come back positive. In addition, our quarantine and isolation numbers remain very low. For more information about testing and quarantine, please visit our data tracking page.
Get Your Vaccine on Campus
Our PackVax on-campus clinic in Talley Student Union has administered more than 5,600 vaccine doses to members of our community since opening in late March. Appointments are now available for students, faculty, staff and alumni, as well as immediate family members.
To make an appointment, please pre-register at go.ncsu.edu/vaccine. Once you pre-register, you can immediately schedule an appointment. Please check back regularly for updates, as the schedule is updated in real time. We also encourage you to check our clinic Twitter account, @NCStatePackVax, that’s updated every weekday with news and information on available doses for walk-ins.
If you have received your first dose of the Pfizer vaccine and need your second, you can receive one at the PackVax clinic. To make an appointment, visit go.ncsu.edu/vaccine.
Students who receive their first dose of vaccine at NC State but plan to leave campus before their second dose can receive their second dose at many, if not all, of the UNC System campuses. Details on scheduling will be on the Protect the Pack website early next week.
Vaccinated Elsewhere? Let NC State Know
More than 1,100 members of the community have already uploaded their vaccine status to the HealthyPack Portal. If you’ve received your vaccine off campus, please let the university know. The more information we have about how many in our community are vaccinated, the better informed our decisions can be around vaccine availability, testing, quarantine and other operations.
Please note that if you receive your vaccine on campus, you do not need to upload your vaccine status to HealthyPack.
Follow the steps below to share your vaccine information with NC State:
- Click here and log into the HealthyPack Portal with your NC State credentials.
- Select “Immunization” from the top menu.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and expand the items under the COVID-19 Vaccines header.
- Enter the date(s) that you received each vaccine dose for the brand you were given.
- Submit to HealthyPack.
For more information about NC State’s response to COVID-19, please visit the Protect the Pack website.