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Coronavirus Resources

Dial 2 – 1 – 1

For a student away from campus and in need of access to food, shelter, health care, employment, and child care-  Dial 2-1-1 provides free, confidential information and is available 24 hours a day to help individuals find resources within their community. A service by the United Way of North Carolina.

Food Resources

Housing Foreclosures and Evictions Suspended

  • US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Suspending all foreclosures and evictions until the end of April
  • NC Counties that have halted evictions
    • Beaufort, Buncombe, Cumberland, Harnett, Lenoir, Onslow, Pitt, Robeson, Scotland, Wake
  • NC Housing Search

Prepare for Online Learning

From Distance Education Learning Technologies Applications (DELTA)  

Child Care Services Association

Child Care Referral Central Services, a free referral program is monitoring child care program closures as well as programs that may have additional capacity.

Laptop Loaner Program

NC State University Libraries currently have a limited pool of laptops for students for long-term lending which can be delivered to you wherever you are. They also take requests for other items (calculators, etc) that students may need for the semester. Submit a Tech Lending Special Request.

Most checked-out books and materials now have an extended due date to May 13, 2020. You can check your NC State University Libraries account to see a list of the items you have currently checked out and their new due dates. Please do not return library materials at this time. If you have questions, please Ask Us.

NC State University Libraries provides help through chat as well as video or phone consultations. You can get help with textbooks and e-books, and the Libraries also has a collection of video tutorials that address common research challenges and access to LinkedIn Learning, which offers video courses in software, creative, and business skills.

If you need assistance with data science or visualization, please contact Data & Visualization Services or sign up for remote appointments for help with specific topics.

Free computers for students

Kramden Institute has free computers available for students in need!
Call 919.293.1133 to schedule an appointment to pick up a computer.

Other service providers not listed here may also be providing free or expanded services.  Please try Googling the company’s name and “COVID-19 RESPONSE” to locate any announcement they may have.