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Student Support During Transition

Student Support During Transition to Online Classes and COVID-19

If you have questions or experience problems accessing online materials for individual courses, please contact the course instructor right away – you’re likely not the only one having problems.

If you’re having trouble across the board accessing materials or transitioning to online course work or have any other questions or concerns, we are here to help.

Email your questions to the point people below, based on your major:
Environmental Sciences – Your Academic Advisor (Laura Garey, or Erin Champion)
Environmental Technology and Management – Professor Dr. Angela Allen ( )
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology – Dr. Lara Pacifici (
Forest Management – Dr. Gary Blank (
Natural Resources – Dr. Rajan Parajuli (

You can also send questions to our department twitter account @NCState_FER or to the college twitter account @CNRHelp. This college account is being staffed 8am – 8pm by students who will help find the answers to your questions.

In addition, here are a list of resources you may find helpful during this transition:

Most of your online course resources will be available through WolfWare ( Log in with your unityID and password and you should see many of your courses listed as blocks on the current tab. Within a course block, use the buttons on the right to access any of the tools that are currently available for that course. Mouse over a button for more information.

For help with zoom (online videoconferencing tool you may use for some classes), check out NC State’s getting started with zoom page (, zoom’s FAQ page ( and quick video tutorials (

University Tutorial Center will provide online writing support, tutoring, and SI sessions. Orientation and application processes have been waived for the remainder of the semester.  Learn more at:

The Counseling Center is continuing to work with students through phone and secure video conferencing. Call them at 919.515.2423 to request services.

NC State has emergency resources available to support underresourced students impacted by COVID-19, including emergency funding for students. Learn more at:

The Feed the Pack Food Pantry is open for modified hours and operations to maintain social distancing if you need supplies and are in the Raleigh area:

Laptops and Other Library Resources – Hill and Hunt Libraries remain open (for now) on a limited schedule. The libraries have a limited number of laptops and other devices available for check out. More here:

Free eBooks – Wolfpack Outfitters is providing free access to ebooks through May 25th, including many textbooks. Learn more at

Your instructors, advisors, faculty, and staff are here to support you. Don’t hesitate to reach out; we want to help!