Supporting Our State
The impacts of Hurricane Florence across North Carolina and the Southeast are severe, and in many places, long-lasting. In response, we’re uniting in the strength of the Pack to provide help — on campus and across our great state — and support those affected by the violent storm.
From sending police and facilities personnel to help our colleagues and peers at UNC-Pembroke and UNC-Wilmington, to reaching out to our students in some of the state’s hardest-hit areas, to supporting farmers and ranchers through ongoing Extension efforts, we are here to support the people of North Carolina.
Below, you’ll find a growing collection of resources and stories detailing the recovery effort.
Check back soon for more.
Across NC State
NC State Extension offers a wealth of information to support North Carolina residents recovering from the storm.
Scientists Helping the State
Hurricane Florence ravaged North Carolina like few others have. Our scientists were there to help.
Learn how the College of Veterinary Medicine works to protect and care for animals before, during and after an emergency.
NC State alumni and friends can support the relief effort via two funds that aid students and animals recovering from the storm.
Support for Affected Students
NC State and campus partners have many existing programs in place to help students in need of food, housing, financial and educational security. In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, we encourage any students affected by the storm to explore dedicated resources for Hurricane Florence on the Pack Essentials website, where you’ll find comprehensive resources and support.Get Support and Assistance
As a consequence of the storm, students may need help with courses or returning to campus, have questions about attendance or be faced with financial hardships. To learn how NC State can help, call the Wolfpack Response Line at 919-512-3272.
NC State’s Student Ombuds Services is also standing by to resolve any issues students may face with their learning or living experience after the storm. To discuss your situation and needs with the ombuds, call 919-513-3401.
Hear From Chancellor Woodson
Chancellor Woodson reflects on the aftermath of Hurricane Florence and calls for the NC State community to support the recovery efforts however they can: "Times like these remind us how fortunate we are to have such caring, committed and outstanding individuals as part of the Wolfpack."