Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has worked closely with our public health partners to ensure that NCCU continues to be a safe and healthy place to work, live, learn and visit.
Information from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and local orders and ordinances of the City of Durham, Durham County, the State of North Carolina along with the University of North Carolina System have considered and incorporated into all campus plans and policies.
The NCCU COVID-19 Management Team manages all aspects of COVID-19 on campus under the direction of the Division of Student Affairs and Office of Environmental Health and Safety. Additionally, the NCCU COVID-19 Advisory Team meets weekly at a minimum to discuss issues, review public health guidance and make changes to COVID-19 plans and protocols as necessary.
It is important to remember that COVID-19 represents a novel and challenging experience for everyone, and NCCU policies and procedures will continue to evolve and changes implemented as new information becomes available.
Important COVID-19 updates and changes to polices are communicated to campus via email from CovidInfo@nccu.edu.
Questions and comments can be submitted through the COVID-19 Questions Form and commonly asked questions are routinely added to the FAQ page.
For more information on this topic please see the Fall 2021 Operations, Recovery, and Continuity Plan.
- COVID-19 Case Dashboard
- Ask a COVID-19 Question
- Non-Residence Hall Visitor Health Survey
- COVID-19 Signage Order Form
- COVID-19 PPE and Disinfectant Order System
- International Travel Form for Employees
- NCCU Pre-Event Verification
- Upload COVID Results and Vaccine Info
- COVID-19 Self Report Portal
- University Travel Vaccination Verification
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.