NCCU COVID-19 Updates

North Carolina Central University continues to closely monitor the novel coronavirus (Coronavirus Disease 2019, COVID-19) pandemic based on the latest information available from city, county, state, national and international authorities. We want to be sure you have an accurate understanding of the facts to help protect yourself and others against this virus. Please carefully review the information available on this site.


The competition is on between NCCU and N.C. A&T State University to crush COVID-19 from July 1 to Sept. 17, 2021! The university with the most campus members vaccinated will receive bragging rights and a trophy at the Eagle-Aggie Football Game on Sept. 25, 2021.

NCCU COVID-19 Updates

NCCU's Student COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

This short video shares information about the COVID-19 vaccine and provides commentary from NCCU students and Student Health staff about their experience receiving the vaccine


Students and Parents

Information for North Carolina Central University students and parents.

Faculty and Staff

Information for the faculty and staff of North Carolina Central University.

Remote Access for Faculty, Staff and Students

Information for online teaching and learning.

Building Environmental Services Guidance

As we welcome students, faculty and staff back to campus, we are committed to providing you with a safe environment that aligns with CDC protocols for working to defeat COVID-19.

COVID-19 Signage


Use this form to order needed COVID-19 signage for your building or department. Please consult with your Facilities Technicians prior to ordering to ensure there are no pending or similar orders. For questions regarding your order, please call the Central Graphics Print Shop at 919-530-6835.


Frequently asked questions related to coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) and the University

Resources and Preventative Measures

Please take the steps recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to monitor your health and practice social distancing. You can learn more by visiting the link below.


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Support the Emergency Relief Fund

North Carolina Central University has established a Student Emergency Relief Fund in response to the COVID-19 crisis. This fund is designated to support the highest, short-term financial needs of current NCCU students now facing extenuating circumstances related to housing, food and other vital resources as a result of the pandemic. 

NCCU Still SOARing with student in background.


The #NCCUStillSoaring campaign recognizes and encourages North Carolina Central University students, staff and faculty who are finding innovative ways to keep learning, stay engaged, make connections and achieve their goals despite the interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. By sharing those stories and celebrating wins both big and small, we hope to motivate our fellow Eagles to remain upbeat and goal-oriented while showcasing how they thrive within.

CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Act

In response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Congress passed the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Aid, which provides $6.3 billion in direct support to institutions. NCCU is a recipient of funding from the CARES Act.