Accessibility

Community Commitment
Every type of program, meeting, exhibit, tour, and event, whether held for the NC State community or open to the public, is responsible for making accessibility a priority. Leadership and Civic Engagement is committed to working towards making more accessible events, programs, and spaces for people of all abilities.

Defining Accessibility
We define accessibility as the means by which internal, interpersonal, and systemic barriers are bridged or dismantled in order to ensure equitable access for people of all abilities. We each maintain a responsibility to acknowledge, address, and advocate for a more accessible environment.

Contacting Leadership and Civic Engagement

919-515-9248

leadandengage@ncsu.edu

4111 Talley Student Union

Additional Campus Resources

The Disability Resource Office is the central resource at NC State for questions, consultation services, and other resources for individuals experiencing or living with disability.

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Phone: 919-515-7653

Email: disability@ncsu.edu

The Student Ombuds serves to assist students of the NC State community in resolving problems related to their university working, learning, or living experience. Ombuds is a confidential advising resource.

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Phone: 919-513-0235

Email: student-ombuds@ncsu.edu

The Counseling Center serves as a comprehensive resource for mental and emotional health for the NC State community.

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All-Hours Phone: 919-515-2423

Location: 2815 Cates Avenue, Suite 2401

Pack Essentials is a centralized cooperative to aid navigating basic-needs resources on campus at NC State. Primary resources housed within this initiative include housing, food, emergency finance, education, and student ombuds.

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Phone: 919-515-2446

Email: academic-student-affairs@ncsu.edu