Common Questions and Answers
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frequently asked questions


 

  • The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has a database to locate testing sites near you. Click Here
  • CVS Offers Free testing at the Minute Clinic.
  • Walgreens also offers FREE Drive-Thru Testing
  • N.C. Department of Health & Human Services also has a nation-wide database for Testing Sites.
  • Call your local health department for testing options near you.

Yes!  All participants visiting campus must present a negative COVID-19 test that has been administered within 72 hours of your Orientation session

Yes!  All participants visiting campus must present a negative COVID-19 test that has been administered within 72 hours of your Orientation session.

  • Unfortunately, we don't have the capacity to host guests overnight on campus.  Accommodations are available in the city for every budget.  
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This program has a NO REFUND policy and we are not able to honor requests for
We are no longer offering virtual orientation for first-year students.  Please email us at orientation@ecsu.edu if you have extenuating circumstances.
Class registration happens during your scheduled orientation.  You must be registered for an orientation to be advised and registered for classes.
  • Students requiring assistance or Disability Services during New & Transfer Student Orientation, and the academic year, due to physical, psychological, and/or learning disabilities should register with  Student Accessibility Services, 500 Griffin Hall, (252) 335-3642 or (252) 335-3273.
  • To receive appropriate accommodations during Orientation, please contact us at least ten business days prior to your scheduled orientation session. We are open Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to assist you.
  • FAMILY EDUCATION RIGHTS & PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 (FERPA)

  • In accordance with the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) guidelines, the Office of the Registrar is unable to provide confidential information pertaining to students without a written consent from a student.

  • To gain access to your student record, you must complete a FERPA form that the student must sign.  This can be completed during orientation.
  • Admissions                 
    • (252) 335-3305 / 1-800-347-3278
  • Business & Finance                                  
    • (252) 335-3220
  • Student Accessibility Services           
    • (252) 335-3273
  • Financial Aid                                                
    • (252) 335-3283 / 1-800-529-8146
  • Health Services                                          
    • (252) 335-3267
  • Housing & Residence Life                    
    • (252) 335-3761
  • New Student Orientation                    
    • (252) 335-3143
  • Registrar’s Office                                       
    • (252) 335-3300
  • Student Accounts                                      
    • (252) 335-3471
  • University Police (Parking)                  
    • (252) 335-3265