Additional Information and Resources
On-Campus Housing, Dining Facilities and Libraries
All university housing, including residence halls, Greek Court and on-campus apartments, will remain open. University dining facilities are well-stocked and also plan to remain open, unless needing to close temporarily due to safety concerns. Any changes or updates regarding campus dining options will be available at https://dining.ncsu.edu/.
The D.H. Hill and Hunt Libraries are open on regular schedules. Some services such as library dining facilities and Makerspaces will not operate on a regular schedule Sunday, Sept. 16. Requests from the Hunt Library bookBot will be available Monday, Sept. 17. The Design, Natural Resources and Veterinary Medicine libraries are closed and plan to reopen on a regular schedule Monday, Sept. 17. For more information, visit the NCSU Libraries website.
NC State Athletics continues to closely monitoring the forecast for Hurricane Florence related to potential impacts on upcoming home events, as well as away travel for its teams and student-athletes. NC State's home football game against West Virginia will not be played on Saturday, Sept. 15. Any changes to other scheduled games or events will be posted on www.GoPack.com and shared with fans via email, social media and other communications channels.
Important Campus Contact Information
- In case of an emergency, call University Police at 911.
- For non-emergency, general storm-related information, contact Emergency Management and Mission Continuity at 919-515-9657 or go.ncsu.edu/EMMC.
- To check campus status, call the Adverse Conditions Hotline at 919-513-8888.
- To report a facility related impact or emergency, contact the Facilities Work Center at 919-515-2991.
- For general questions and other additional information, please call the Wolfpack Response Line at 919-512-3272.
Parking and Transportation
Parking will operate under modified enforcement on Monday, Sept. 17 and return to normal enforcement on Tuesday, Sept. 18. Modified enforcement means permit holders may park in any student, commuter or resident lots. However, students may not park in any employee parking areas (B and C) at any time.
Permitted vehicles parked out of their designated zones, must be relocated to the proper credentialed areas by 7 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Vehicles without parking credentials must be removed from campus or moved to a visitor pay location no later than 7 a.m. Monday, Sept. 17.
Wolfline Service will operate under limited service on Monday, Sept. 17 and service will end during the 6 p.m. hour. For more information on routes, click here.
Normal Wolfline Service will resume 7 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Check Transloc Rider for the latest Wolfline information or follow Wolfline on Twitter (@ncsuwolfline). Local and regional transit services information is available at GoRaleigh, GoTriangle, and GoCary.
Recovery and Continuity Resources
- Post-Disaster Information for keeping yourself safe once Hurricane Florence leaves the area.
- Recovery Information for issues you may experience when you return to campus.
- PackReady Planning information for academic and service units.
Additional On-Campus Resources
The Student Health Center will be open normal hours Wednesday, September 12. They will be open Thursday, September 13 from 8 a.m-3 p.m., and closed Friday, Sept. 14 through Sunday, Sept. 16. Check their website for more information.
Wellness and Recreation will have limited hours during the event that may change depending on impacts. The most up-to-date hours and information are posted on their website.