Coronavirus Response

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The core mission of New Student Programs at NC State University is to help each new student create a foundation of success. We remain dedicated to that pursuit, even amid the continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Office Operations

NSP continues to be open in Broughton Hall 3219-22 weekdays during business hours. We are currently practicing physical distancing per CDC and University guidelines. While face-to-face meetings are available, appointments are encouraged to be scheduled remotely via phone, Zoom or Google Hangouts, when possible. Please email or call 919.515.1234 for assistance or to schedule an appointment.

January 28, 2022: Summer Programming Update

NC State returned to normal operations for the fall 2021 semester, and NC State is continuing to monitor current trends of COVID-19 infections throughout our city and state. Currently, New Student and Family Orientation programs and the Summer Start program are planning to move forward with an in-person format for summer 2022. Should the decision be made to change these plans in response to COVID-19, New Student Programs will communicate with students and families as soon as information is available.

University Resources

  • Protect the Pack Website – NC State‚Äôs primary information hub related to COVID-19 response
  • DASA Learning Remotely Website – As you navigate learning in a virtual environment, use this website to access resources for online learning and strategies for success.
  • Pack Essentials – NC State and campus partners have developed many programs to support students in need of food, housing, financial, and educational security.

NC State COVID-19 Information

Access resources and the latest university-wide updates