Make an Appointment
If your question has to do with student services (examples: health insurance, technology, etc.), send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your question has to do with academics or student advising, make an appointment via email with Cate Madden.
Frequently Asked Questions
Part-time IEP students will be responsible for all of the work assigned by their instructors. At the end of each semester, they will receive a grade that represents their level of achievement in meeting the student learning outcomes for each course.
In order to advance to the next level for a specific skill, part-time students must achieve a grade of at least 80. This is to ensure that these students have met the student learning outcomes for their course so that they are ready for more challenging material at the next level of instruction. Students may not advance at a given skill level without having passed the course at the previous level of instruction.
In order to receive a refund, part-time students must officially withdraw by contacting the Student Advisor, Jennifer Brown Edwards to complete the required paperwork.
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See more IEP Semester Dates.
Emergency Response Information
NC State University has many emergency response procedures put into place.