WolfTime Is On Its Way
Information about WolfTime, NC State's new Web-based timekeeping and leave-tracking system that will go live on July 1, will be shared through departmental human resources contacts and at two informational and preview sessions in June.
Significant Changes Coming to Insurance Options
Be prepared to consider fewer options this fall during annual benefits enrollment, now that the State Health Plan has decided to eliminated one of three insurance options and make significant changes to several other programs.
Study Abroad Launches Student Gateway
Students planning to travel for university-affiliated activities outside the country are now required to register in advance via an international travel gateway. The new site will help NC State provide timely emergency response and other support services if necessary.
Apply for Well Wolfpack Certification
Apply now through April 28 for Well Wolfpack Certification. Fill out an online form to find out how your college, department or unit ranks in four categories.
Maintenance to Impact IT Systems April 22-23
MyPack Portal and other major campus systems will be offline on the weekend of April 22-23 due to scheduled maintenance.
IT Upgrades to Limit Network Access
Some network resources, including MyPack Portal, Travel, MarketPlace and the PCard Center, will be unavailable for the next few days as the Office of Information Technology upgrades several systems.
NC State Gets Tough to Fight Phishing
To protect NC State employees from online scams and identity theft, the university is requiring the use of two-factor authentication to access most Web-based university systems and accounts. Enroll now to safeguard your data.
Staff Ombuds Services Now Available
NC State staff members now have the ability to use the advisory services of Roy Baroff, the faculty and staff ombuds, to provide confidential, informal, impartial and independent issue and conflict resolution.
Maintenance to Impact IT System Feb. 4-5
A number of network services will be offline the weekend of Feb. 4 and 5 while the Office of Information Technology performs data center improvements and other system maintenance.
Sign Up for Standing, Administrative Advisory Committees
Eligible faculty and staff can sign up through Jan. 30 to participate in university standing committees and administrative advisory committees.
Purchase New Technology with Payroll Deduction
Looking to buy a new computer, tablet or major appliance this holiday season, but don't want to spend your whole paycheck? NC State Bookstores now offers full-time faculty and staff who have been here for at least 12 months the opportunity to spread payments out through payroll deduction.
Use Those Community Service Hours
All SHRA and EHRA employees who work at least 20 hours per week are allotted up to 24 hours for volunteer activities, or one hour a week (up to 36 hours annually) for mentoring/tutoring in a school-affiliated program for “at-risk” students or five hours a month (up to 45 hours annually) for participation in a public school literacy program.
Faculty, Staff Appreciation Game on Nov. 26
Employees can purchase up to four deeply discounted NC State men's basketball tickets for the Nov. 26 game against Loyola at PNC Arena for Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day.
Extra Leave Approved for Hurricane-Affected Employees
Faculty and staff who endured substantial damage or total loss of their primary residence can apply for up to 80 hours of management-approved leave. The deadline to submit applications for this leave is Dec. 31.
Navy Engineer Is New AVC for Facilities
NC State alum Doug Morton, a longtime officer with the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps, has been named associate vice chancellor for facilities. He arrives on campus Nov. 15.