Every member of our Pack is vitally important to the success of the university, the future of North Carolina and our world. We want you here. You matter. CALS Wellness connects you with the resources you need.
Attend Fall Wellness Webinars
University Human Resources is hosting employee wellness webinars on various topics, from the benefits of walking to making healthy food choices when you’re busy.
Enroll in Eat Smart, Move More, Prevent Diabetes
Eat Smart, Move More, Prevent Diabetes is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognized, diabetes prevention program based on strategies proven to prevent or delay Type 2 diabetes. Pay $30 at the start of the program and upon completion of the program, you'll receive a full refund.
You Belong Here: Our Employee Value Proposition
The employee value proposition speaks directly to prospective and current employees about what is beneficial and distinctive about working at NC State. We welcome all employees to use this tool.
Mental Health Awareness Month Reminders
May is Mental Health Awareness Month around the country and at NC State. Please take steps to maintain your mental health and take advantage of university resources.
Active and Fit Gym Offer
As a State Health Plan insurance member, you receive discounted access to thousands of gyms, on-demand workout videos and other great features.
Employee Appreciation Week and Mental Health Awareness Month
University Human Resources is excited to announce plans for Our Extraordinary Pack Employee Appreciation Week, May 7-13, and Mental Health Awareness Month in May.
Professional Development Events
NC State’s professional development opportunities will help you build your knowledge and skills and achieve your career goals. Register for a class today.
You have free access to LinkedIn Learning. This online resource offers video courses to help you accomplish your professional and personal goals.
Wellness Days Update and Reminders
NC State remains committed to providing comprehensive mental health support. To do this work, we need our whole Pack to be just that — a Pack. That means looking out for one another, supporting each other and being honest with yourself when you need a little extra help.