EHRA faculty members are at the center of NC State’s mission of research, education and extension. Faculty positions include tenured and tenure-track appointments, as well as non-tenure track positions. For more about these designations, visit the Human Resources website. EHRA faculty are exempt from the State Human Resources Act of North Carolina.
New Hire Checklist
As a new faculty member, you have important decisions to make and several documents and forms to complete. Most of this can be done online with NC State’s New Hire Checklist inside MyPack Portal, the university’s self-service system for faculty, staff and students.
To access the checklist, follow the New Hire Checklist link and log in using your Unity ID and password. Your Unity ID and password will be sent to you by email before your first day of employment. If you haven’t received this information by then, please contact the staff in the Onboarding Center at email@example.com or by phone at (919) 513-1278. The staff in the Onboarding Center is also available to answer any questions you may have about using the New Hire Checklist.
New Faculty Orientation
Faculty are also invited to participate in New Faculty Orientation (NFO) held in early August. This orientation is intended for tenured, tenure-track faculty and full-time non-tenure-track faculty new to the University. The goal of NFO is to offer new faculty useful resources and successful strategies for teaching, research and service, and it does not duplicate the information provided in New Employee Orientation. For more information, visit the Office of Faculty Development website.
NC State offers a wide range of resources for faculty members, including
- Faculty Central
- Faculty Development Programs
- Sponsored Research ProgramComplete
- Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
The Office of Information Technology, or OIT, provides services for all NC State employees. Everyone who uses the university’s IT resources, either on campus or remotely, must abide by the university’s Computer Use Policy. For general IT assistance, contact the NC State Help Desk. Some colleges and departments provide additional resources, desktop computing and local network support.
NC State employees work hard and need time to relax, socialize, exercise and enjoy life. NC State offers many recreational outlets for fun and fitness, including recreation programs, the Carmichael Fitness Complex, the Kerr Lake Outdoor Recreation Area and the University Club. To learn about these and other activities, visit the Campus Recreation and Fitness website.
Art and Culture
NC State sponsors hundreds of year-round arts programs and activities for faculty, staff and students through ARTS NC State and other programs. For more information, visit ARTS NC State’s website.
The WolfPerks program is designed to save NC State faculty and staff money on products and services locally and nationally. Visit the website for a full list of discounts available.
IncrEDIBLE Savings Club
NC State Faculty and Staff are eligible for on-campus dining discounts through the IncrEDIBLE Savings Club, an employee savings program available through NC State’s AllCampus Payroll Deduction.
As always, if you need any assistance, feel free to contact the staff in the Onboarding Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (919) 513-1278.