Working@NC State during COVID-19

As NC State operations related to COVID-19 continue to evolve, consult the individual links below for the current information.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information (March 2021). NC State expects to begin distributing vaccines starting the week of March 22 at Talley Student Union based on vaccine availability and eligibility group.  Vaccinations will be available by appointment, Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  For vaccine options off campus, see updates about vaccine availability from the state . For program information, reference the Frequently Asked Questions 

Spring Surveillance Testing Information (March 2021), Protect the Pack Frequently Asked Questions , Additional information is available in Surveillance Testing FAQ

COVID Monitoring Information for Supervisors – MyPack Portal Guidance

Community Standards – Supervisor Guide to Employee Conduct Expectations

Surveillance Testing Enrollment Communications – new enrollment communication,  compliance and reminder communications

Addressing COVID-19 in your campus setting (updated January 2021) – Guidance on what to do in when a symptomatic, presumed positive or positive case is identified in your campus location.

Special Circumstances Request Process and Form – For exception or special circumstances considerations regarding safety, employees/employment and accommodations, please complete the above form.  To request exemption from weekly surveillance testing, please complete this form.

Guidelines for Space and Occupancy – (updated March 2021) University and community expectations for space and occupancy limits on campus during COVID-19 operations.

Workplace and Space Layouts – Examples of appropriate spacing in office settings.

Travel Exception Request form – University sponsored travel is restricted at this time. Use this form to request an exception.

Event Exception Request form – University sponsored events that include gatherings of non-NC State individuals, using a campus space, and/or may exceed the EO gathering limits require an exception request.  Use this form to request an exception.

Large Vehicle Use Protocol and Recommendations – Use of large capacity vehicles during COVID-19 impacted operations requires use case consideration and guidance.

COVID-19 Self Reporting form – Available for faculty, staff disclosure of a positive COVID-19 test result. This information is completely voluntary and confidential – it helps university healthcare professionals monitor the impact to the campus community and provide any resources and support you might need wherever you are. (Student form is separate and available on Student Health Services website).

Sanitizer Request form – hand sanitizer is available in 1-gallon containers with a pump for departments.

Face Covering Replacements and Face Shields Request Form – For information on proper wear and care of face coverings, visit this resource.  For examples of different face coverings, review this resource.

NC State Policies, Rules and Regulations

RUL 04.21.01 – Personal Safety Requirements Related to COVID-19

Related Policies
POL 04.20.07 – Occupational Health and Safety Policy
POL 11.35.01 – Code of Student Conduct
REG 11.35.02 – Student Discipline Procedures
RUL 11.31.01 – University Housing Disciplinary Procedures
NC State Community Standards 

NC State University Communications

University Communications – Timeline of communications and resource updates, Community Standards

Operation Updates

Emergency Management and Mission Continuity – The COVID-10 Operations Line (919-515-3358) offers 24/7 anonymous reporting of COVID-19 related concerns. It is NOT intended for reporting emergencies that should be directed to emergency services (911 or 919-515-3333).

Click here to view the Message Log and Resource Information for the COVID-19 Operations Line. (Of note, no direct or individual replies to phone messages will be made.)

Testing and Contact Tracing

Testing and Tracking Dashboard – NC State tracks positive cases through on-campus testing and surveillance programs, self-reported data, as well as other information reported to the university by Wake County and state health officials. This information is updated daily on weekdays.

Operations