COVID-19

NC Central will continue to closely monitor COVID-19 data in consultation with our public health partners.

Visit the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

The COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic located in the Student Health building will offer vaccinations to faculty, staff and community members with walk-in and appointment availability from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each Wednesday. If you have questions, please contact covidvaccines@nccu.edu.

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Within 24 hours of symptom onset, notification of close contact or receipt of a positive test result, faculty, staff and students must submit a report to NCCU using the NCCU COVID-19 Self-Report Portal. You will receive an email from Veoci explaining the steps you need to take to protect yourself and others including quarantine or isolation.

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This document provides full details on how NCCU will ensure employee and student health and wellness during 20222023, including important COVID-19 information.

Employee Health and Wellness

This page includes information and resources related to current health issues and events that affect employee wellness, including the most current COVID-19 information.

Student Health and Wellness

Student COVID-19 information is in the process of being updated and moved to the Student Health website.  During this transition, contact the COVID Student Information line at 919-370-0901 if you need any information.