Guiding Principles During COVID

Our team, in concert with the University's reactivation taskforces, are working to provide you with the safest and most successful guidelines to continue engaging the Wolfpack community and hosting successful events during COVID-19. The links below are designed to help support you as you choose how best to host your special event during this unprecedented time.

Please see the current guidelines for Virtual and In-Person on-campus events below. The dates and links are important in our effort to protect the pack during future events while offering attendees an engaging experience.

Virtual Event Resources

COVID-19 Toolkit for Virtual Events

Once your event is approved and scheduled, please add it to the University Advancement Events calendar.  To add an event, please use the event submission form. Please add “virtual” to the event name and event location for online events.

Remember to complete the attendance request form if you are requesting the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor or Provost at your event.

In Person Event Resources

COVID-19 Toolkit for In-Person Events

Once your event is approved and scheduled, please add it to the University Advancement Events calendar.  To add an event, use the event submission form. Remember to complete the attendance request form if you are requesting the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor or Provost at your event.

> NC State University Policy on Face Coverings
> Signage and Templates
> NCDHHS Guidelines for “Community Events”
> Recommended Language for Invitations
> RAVE Events COVID-19 Response
> NC State Facilities COVID-19 Response
> How to Order PPE

June 1 – July 30
No in-person events recommended in the short term.

August 1 – September 30
Maximum of 10 people indoors; 25 outdoors. Subject to change in accordance with university, NCDHHS and CDC guidelines.

October 1 – December 31
Maximum number of people subject to change in accordance with university, NCDHHS and CDC guidelines.

Please note:
If you are considering an event outside of the Triangle area, plan in accordance with that community’s local guidelines to determine maximum capacity as well as health and sanitation standards.