Fall 2020 Undergraduate Courses Move Online

Social Spaced Classroom

Directional signs have been added to classroom buildings to help students find socially distant seating. Photo by Becky Kirkland.

Directional signs in classroom buildings to help students find socially distant seating. Photo by Becky Kirkland.
NC State announced that all undergraduate courses will move to online instruction beginning Monday, Aug. 24. The majority of course hours are already online, but the remaining in-person and hybrid classes will move to online-only instruction for the remainder of the fall semester.
Graduate courses and clinical education may continue to meet in person or in a hybrid format. NC State’s research laboratories will remain open and fully operational, and research opportunities for students will continue.
Student Town Hall Open to All
The department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management will host a Student Town Hall zoom meeting on Friday, August 21 at 4:30 pm. All are welcome to attend:

Meeting ID: 976 3047 9288 | Passcode: 248229

“I want to thank the majority of students who have taken personal responsibility for helping to protect the Pack and prevent the spread of COVID-19,” said Dr. Michael Kanters, Interim Department Head and Professor in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (PRTM). “We know the decision is disappointing and frustrating, however you can count on us to do everything we can to make the transition as smooth as possible.”
Dr. Myron Floyd, Dean of the College of Natural Resources is encouraging all members of the community to be mindful of the challenges and competing priorities that many are facing.
“The uncertainty and fluidity of this situation is impacting many in our community mentally, financially and physically as some find themselves needing to be in two places at once to care for family, provide home schooling, maintain jobs and pursue their own education,” said Floyd. “Please continue to show compassion toward yourself and each other.”
Resources for Guidance and Support
DASA Remote Learning Resources
Academic Success Center
Counseling Center 
Student Emergency Fund
University Libraries Teaching Support 
Wellness and Recreation
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
A list of additional resources is also attached. Our Office of Academic Affairs (cnr_academicaffairs@ncsu.edu) and Information Technology (cnr_help@ncsu.edu) team are available to assist as well.