Well Wolfpack Certified Organization – Apply Today!

Cultivating a culture of wellness at NC State begins with our staff and faculty. If your college, unit, or department supports and encourages employee health and well-being, apply to be recognized as a Well Wolfpack Certified Organization. Earn points in the areas of Active Workplace, Nutrition, Emotional Well-being, and Culture of Wellness by selecting the Read More »

Shape the Future of Wellness at NC State

As part of the process of developing the first NC State University Wellness Strategic Plan, the Wellness Advisory Committee is seeking your input. During the past year, we have evaluated existing wellness data, programs and services to help set priorities and goals for the future. We have worked with students, faculty and staff to gather ideas Read More »

New Personal Health Portal

The North Carolina State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees has launched a new Personal Health Portal, open to all active employees and non-Medicare retirees. This portal provides a comprehensive library of tools and resources to assist members in assessing health risks and engaging in healthy activities.   The portal includes a variety of Read More »

Three NC State employees honored at 2018 Governor’s Awards for Excellence

Three NC State employees were among 20 honorees selected to receive the 2018 Governor’s Award for Excellence. Tuesday, October 23rd, David Josephus- University Architects Office, Finance & Administration, David Setser- Design and Construction Services, Finance & Administration, and Dane Johnston- College of Veterinary Medicine were honored in ceremony held at the North Carolina Museum of History. 20 Honorees from across all Read More »

Check. Change. Control®

NC State Human Resources has partnered with the North Carolina State Health Plan and the American Heart Association to offer NC State Staff and Faculty Check. Change. Control®, a free evidence-based blood pressure monitoring program. The purpose of this program is to eliminate high blood pressure as a health disparity among Americans and help achieve the Read More »

Be Financially Fit in 2018

The beginning of each year is a time for reflection as well as a chance to set personal goals for a successful New Year. When midnight rang and 2018 entered, what were your New Year’s resolutions? Did you resolve to get healthy, exercise more, or lose weight?  When planning your resolutions for the new year, Read More »

Adverse Weather Reminders & Reporting

As we approach the upcoming winter months, we would like to remind you about the University’s adverse weather policies and conditions. If adverse weather is declared by NC State University, it will either be a condition 1 or condition 2.  These will apply to the Wake County area.  County extension offices across the state may Read More »

Financial Wellness

NC State is dedicated to helping our staff and faculty be financially well. Financial Wellness is one of NC State’s Six Elements of Wellness and critically important to one’s overall well being. Our goal is to help educate and empower staff and faculty for financial success by having a variety of available resources.  In addition to benefits Read More »

Doug Morton, AVC-Facilities, Awarded ESGR Patriot Award

On October 5, 2017, Doug Morton, Associate Vice Chancellor of Facilities, was presented with the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award. The award was presented to Mr. Morton for his meritorious support of employees in the National Guard and Reserve. Doug’s nominator Allen Boyette, NC State Director of Building and Maintenance Operations Read More »

Well Wolfpack Certified Organizations

Cultivating a culture of wellness for the campus community begins with our staff and faculty. If your college, unit, or department supports and encourages employee health and wellness, apply to be recognized as a Well Wolfpack Certified Organization. Certify your organization by completing the Well Wolfpack Certified Organizations Online Form . The application period ends May 31, 2017. Earn points in the Read More »