COVID-19 Response

COVID-19 Response

The 58 colleges of the NC Community College System continue their mission to provide high-quality, accessible educational opportunities for hundreds of thousands of people across the state. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the colleges have transitioned to online and alternate delivery of education for the near future. Face-to-face instruction has been paused for all classes except certain public safety and public health programs that are critical to North Carolina's current emergency needs.

Here, you will find the latest information about the colleges' response to COVID-19, as well as answers to frequently asked questions for faculty, students and colleges. Students will find resources for online learning, free internet services and other support.

From the Colleges

What We're Doing

A-B Tech EMS Chair Anthony Greene tests the fit of protective face masks donated to first responders.
In billboard message, Wayne Community College urges social distancing during COVID-19 pandemic.
Wake Tech employees donate 74,000 gloves, 3,000 masks and hundreds of bottles of hand sanitizer to Triangle hospitals.
Wake Tech employees sort personal protective equipment for hospitals and nursing homes in Raleigh and the Triangle.
Wayne Community College sponsors a drive-through medical supply dropoff for Wayne UNC Health Care.