All individuals who come to NCCU’s campus, including students, employees and visitors are expected to be familiar with and comply with these community standards for COVID-19.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has partnered closely with local, state and federal public health authorities to monitor developments, coordinate our response, share information and provide guidance regarding COVID-19 to the Eagle community.
As we begin to see some light at the end of the tunnel, we are feeling a sense of relief and optimism. While we continue to closely monitor the situation and consult with our public health partners, the data is encouraging and allowing us to return back to some of our pre-pandemic policies, events and behaviors.
We cannot stress enough our gratitude for those who have contributed to the relatively low case rates we have seen at NCCU over the last 2 years. Those of you who got vaccinated and/or tested, consistently wore a face covering, followed the quarantine and isolation guidance and took other measures to assure the health and safety of the NCCU campus are the reason that we can begin to look forward.
Please continue to check back here often for the most current guidance and information.
Face coverings are not required at NCCU except by those working in and seeking health care and on campus public transportation.
The most effective way to keep yourself and others healthy is to get vaccinated. Student Health continues to offer vaccination clinics on campus that serve both the campus and the larger community.
NCCU offers testing for both students and employees.
COVID-19 positive persons are isolated to keep them from those who are healthy from those who are healthy. Quarantine separates and restricts the movement of persons who were exposed due to close contact.
It is imperative that NCCU be notified of all faculty, staff and students who experience COVID-like symptoms, have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been identified as a close contact.
Student Affairs provides information related to student health, public transportation and the Eagle Shuttle, and residential life.
The CDC recommends that persons refrain from traveling until fully vaccinated and boosted.
Campus Recreation and Wellness will continue to operate in-person programs and facilities. All communication of new and updated rules will be sent via email to members and students and posted on Engage.
Review frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and NC Central University.
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.