NCCU Health and Safety
While your son or daughter may be "all grown up," when they are sick, stressed or scared they may need a little support. You may not be able to be at your student's side, but there is still plenty you can do to help. UniversityParent can point you in the right direction. Check to see if North Carolina Central University has a health center, as this can great resource if your student is feeling sick. If your student is overly stressed, it may be a good idea to encourage them to check out counseling services on or near campus.
Q: What vaccinations does my student need before heading back to school?
Q: How do I talk to my student about staying healthy in college?
Q: What if my student gets sick on campus?
Q: How do I help my stressed out student?
Health & Safety
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