Coronavirus

Ongoing Surveillance Testing

Yes. If you were tested on-campus you can bring a printed copy of your on-campus COVID test results to the front desk in Student Health Services to have your test results stamped and/or certified as required for travel. We will not be able to alter the document by adding a sampling method or adding a QR code. Additional travel related COVID test questions can be sent to Healthpack@ncsu.edu

COVID-19 Vaccinations

We are now offering COVID booster doses to eligible individuals. You do not have to receive the same vaccine type for your booster as received for your primary series (e.g. you may receive Pfizer as a booster if you initially received a Johnson and Johnson vaccine). If you do not meet the below criteria, you will not be offered a booster dose.

  • We are now offering Pfizer as primary & booster doses to eligible individuals! If you do not meet the below criteria, you will not be offered additional doses at this time. You will only be offered the vaccine product you sign up for. See below for eligibility criteria.
    • You are 12 years or older and it has been at least 5 months since you received your 2nd Pfizer or Moderna dose
    • You are 18 years or older and it has been at least 6 months since your 2nd AstraZeneca (Covishield), Sinopharm, Sinovac, or Covaxin dose
    • You are 18 years or older and it has been at least 2 months since your 1st Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) dose

Contact Tracing Program

Appointments and Services at SHS

COVID-19 FAQ’s