Defeating the Pandemic
NC State Student Health Services is an approved provider of COVID-19 vaccinations for the faculty, staff, students and alumni of NC State, and their immediate family members aged 12 and up. If you are a member of one of these groups and you would like to get your vaccination on campus, please make an appointment at the link below.Make an appointment here
NC State is receiving vaccine doses by weekly allocation from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS). We cannot offer the option to choose among the three types of vaccine currently on the market. Vaccines are administered at Talley Student Union.
Occasionally, we may have doses available at the end of each day if people have changed or missed appointments. To help people get their vaccinations and to keep us from wasting doses unnecessarily, we’ve launched a Twitter account, @NCStatePackVax, that will be updated with information on available doses for walk-ins. Please check that account daily for more information.
Effective June 1, 2021, all those who have received vaccines on campus or who provide proof of vaccination status through the HealthyPack Portal (see instructions, below) will be exempt from the following:
- Any required surveillance testing.
- Mandatory quarantine, in most cases, as part of the contact tracing program.
Even if you are fully vaccinated, everyone in the community is expected to continue adhering to NC State’s community standards, including wearing a face covering, washing hands regularly, staying home when sick and practicing physical distancing.
Sharing Your Vaccine Status With NC State
NC State is providing vaccines to members of the NC State community on campus. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is also coordinating vaccine distribution at locations across the state. Visit the NCDHHS Find a Vaccine Location tool to get the latest information on vaccination availability. You should contact vaccine providers directly to confirm availability and schedule appointments.
If you receive the vaccine elsewhere, we ask that you let the university know. It’s important for the university to have information about how many in the community are vaccinated, as it helps us make decisions about ongoing needs for vaccine availability, testing and other campus operations related to COVID-19.
Follow the steps below to share your vaccine information with NC State:
- Click here and then 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. (Ignore all other questions about TB, etc.)
- Enter the date(s) that you received each vaccine dose for the brand you were given and submit.
- Select “upload” from the top menu.
- Select COVID-19 Vaccine Record from the drop-down list, and upload a photograph of your CDC vaccination card or other proof of immunization.
Get Vaccine Help
If you have general questions about the vaccine or its availability, or if you need transportation services to get a vaccination, please call the NCDHHS vaccine help center at 888-675-4567, Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
For more information and FAQs about vaccine planning and distribution at NC State, please click here. If you have questions about how to get a vaccine on campus or your eligibility as a member of the NC State community, please call 919-515-6850.
If you are an incoming or returning international student and you have questions about vaccine availability and requirements, please click here to watch a video from Dr. Julie Casani, NC State’s medical director.
This information is subject to change. Last updated: June 8, 2021.