Resources for Students

NC State is providing a wealth of resources for students coming to campus this fall, to keep you safe, healthy and successful.

Helping You Thrive

Below, you’ll find information about the many units, offices and programs that support student life at NC State — and how they’re planning to continue serving our community as campus reactivates. This information will be updated as needed, so be sure to check back often.


Student Services Center
NC State’s Student Services Center provides detailed answers to many of the questions you may have about the fall term. Learn about changes to the academic calendar, class enrollment to tuition, financial aid and more. Check back for additional resources as they become available.
Fall 2020 Information

Graduate School
The Graduate School website provides coronavirus-related resources and information for current and future students, faculty and staff.

Tips for Succeeding in Classes
NC State will deliver courses in both online and in-person formats this fall. Resources, strategies and information to help you reach your academic goals in online classes are on the Keep Learning site, developed by the Division of Academic and Student Affairs.

Absence Verification
If you test positive for COVID-19 or are told by a healthcare provider that you are presumed positive and are unable to attend classes or complete assignments, please contact your professors as soon as possible as well as NC State Absence Verification. More information about NC State’s absence verification process can be found here. Please also notify the university by completing a self-reporting form.

NC State Help Desk
The Office of Information Technology provides help for computing issues. Visit or call 919.515.HELP (4357).

Study Abroad
NC State has canceled all summer and fall study-abroad programs and university-affiliated international activities for students. You can find more information on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting study abroad and international programs on the Study Abroad website.

Student Health Services

Student Health Services works to meet the health needs of NC State students.

Phone: 919-515-2563
Visit Student Health Services Fall 2020 Orientation Checklist

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center’s diverse staff is trained to address academic, emotional and social concerns that are common to college students and may affect overall well-being.
Visit the Counseling Center


For the latest news and information about housing and related needs during COVID-19, visit the University Housing website, which features regular updates and answers to frequently asked questions.
Visit University Housing

Transportation and Parking

NC State Transportation has made significant changes to help the campus community return safely, including new parking options, streamlined transit service and many alternative forms of transportation. The latest information and updates can be found on the Transportation website.
See the Changes for Fall 2020

Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity

For information or questions relating to Americans With Disabilities Act accommodations or religious exemptions, or to discuss other equal employment opportunity concerns related to returning to campus, please email or
Visit Institutional Equity and Diversity

Scholarships and Financial Aid

The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 2831 Thurman Drive (corner of Dan Allen Drive and Thurman Drive). Park in the Dan Allen Drive parking deck.

Phone: 919-515-6278
Explore Financial Aid

Parents and Families Services

Parents and Families Services works to nurture relationships between parents, families and their NC State students.

Help Line: 919-515-2441
Visit Parents and Families Services

Emergency Assistance

Students who are experiencing financial challenges due to the novel coronavirus outbreak should submit a CARES Act Emergency Grant application, which is available in MyPack Portal. Students not eligible for support under the CARES Act may apply for funding from the Pack Essentials Student Emergency Fund. Please only submit one application per student.
Visit Pack Essentials

Campus Food Pantry

Feed the Pack is a community-based initiative sustained by the greater NC State community to combat the food insecurity experienced by members of the Wolfpack family. The pantry is open to all members of the campus community (students, staff and faculty). In order to use the pantry, you can show up during our open hours. You will be asked to swipe your campus ID, and then you can shop for the items you need.

Current hours are Tuesday and Friday, noon to 5 p.m.
Address: 2221 Dunn Avenue
Visit Feed the Pack

Disability Resource Office

The Disability Resource Office is the designated office to assist eligible students with disabilities by determining access needs and coordinating academic adjustments in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Visit the Disability Resource Office

This information is subject to change. Last updated: June 19, 2020.