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Summer Games Head of Delegation Information

June 1 – 3, 2018

This webpage provides a comprehensive summary of the Summer Games.  There are several links to more detailed documents.  You need to read all of this information even if you are already familiar with it because you are responsible for knowing it!

If you have questions about this info, if you need help during the event, if you get lost, if you are running late, whatever it might be – call us!

You can call your community resources director or
Kelly Vaughn, SONC Staff, 919-818-7321 or
Paul Finks, Volunteer Summer Games Director, 919-333-1834

Opening Ceremony will be even better at Reynolds Coliseum this year!  We return to our venue conveniently located on NC State’s campus (and air-conditioned!) for the second year.  We have greatly increased the floor seating so delegations will be able to choose where they are most comfortably seated (although not everyone can sit on the floor so some will still be upstairs).  This year’s Opening Ceremony is fully designed to be a party to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics.  There will be no official delegation march-in; rather delegations can start entering the building at 6:30pm where the DJ is already cranked up and they can dance until the program starts at 7:30pm.  There is a lot planned with the celebration; you won’t want to miss it!

Did you just see that mention of 50th anniversary?  Yes we will be celebrating the milestone all weekend long with branded souvenirs, signage, displays, featured acts at the dance.  The Special Olympics movement has come so far in 50 years and we are ready to kick off the next 50 in style!

It is not a college campus without construction and N.C. State University is no exception.  Cates Avenue (the main thoroughfare between most of our dorms/dining hall and the Opening Ceremony and dance venues) will be a one-way street so pay close attention and plan accordingly.  It will be running the direction away from the dorms.

Part of that construction on campus is the renovation of Carmichael Gymnasium.  As a result, volleyball has a new home at Triangle Volleyball Club this year.  This venue is close to RDU Airport.  Let’s say it again – the volleyball venue has moved!

If you have been to Summer Games previously, you may recall the need to print out emails from NC State in order to get official parking passes for Friday on campus.  That is no longer required.  Oh happy day!  It will, however, be even more important for you to display the parking pass that will be emailed out to you next week in all vehicles coming onto campus.

Based on registration numbers and scheduling, softball skills will only be held on Saturday.  There will be no softball skills competition on Sunday.

You may see several athletes uniformed as Team NC at this year’s Summer Games.  These athletes are preparing to compete at the USA Games in Seattle in July so be sure to wish them luck!

We will continue to rely heavily on text messaging to communicate with everyone during the Games.  Be on the lookout for texts throughout the weekend and please make sure SONC has accurate cell phone numbers on file beforehand so we can keep you informed.

This year we will be offering Healthy Athletes screenings on Friday and Saturday!  For more information on times and locations please refer to the Healthy Athletes tab below.

We have a large number of contributors for lunches at the venues.  Lunch specifics are listed with the venues.  Meals at Fountain Dining Hall will begin with dinner on Friday night and will continue through breakfast on Sunday.  You can read the full menu of what will be provided at Fountain.  If you have questions about specific dietary needs and how they will be met in the dining hall, you can contact the dining hall dietician, Lisa Eberhart at Lisa_eberhart@ncsu.edu  or 919-513-5310.

Saturday Night Dinner
For those delegations who have indicated they will eat in Fountain on Saturday night, your local program fees will be adjusted to capture this cost.

For those delegations who have chosen to eat at Talley, three restaurants will be open 4-7pm.   Here are the dining options for Talley:
*  Talley Market (which will stay open until 10pm) has all of your typical snacks, some amazing ice cream made right there at NC State, salads, etc.
*  Los Lobos Mexican Grill – this is run similarly to Moe’s Grill where you walk through and get a made-to-order burrito, etc.  You can view the menu online.
*  Red Sky Pizza – you can view the menu online.
*  Tuffy’s Burgers – you can view the menu online.

For Tuffy’s and Red Sky Pizza, you can order and pay ahead using the Tapingo app.  You can even indicate at what time you will pick up your food.  This could make things much much easier for your whole group!

If your delegation has opted to eat out on your own, there are a number of options on Hillsborough Street as well as Western Boulevard.

Dietary Needs
If you have requests for vegetarian or gluten-free meals at the sport venues, email those requests to Julianna Pratt including the name(s) of the people needing the special lunches.  All requests must be received by Friday, May 25 in order for arrangements to be made. A current list of gluten-free and vegetarian meals we are currently aware of can be found here.

Talley Student Union restaurants have been asked to prepare for vegetarian or gluten free needs.

The Fountain Dining Hall dietician, Lisa Eberhart, is available to answer any questions about what is offered at this location.  She can be reached at Lisa_eberhart@ncsu.edu or 919-513-5310.

All delegations will be housed in the following dorms:
*  Lee Dorm
*  Sullivan Dorm
*  Bragaw Dorm
*  Avent Ferry Dorm

Delegations will check-in at either Lee (Bragaw, Lee and Sullivan check-in)  or Avent Ferry.
Check-in will take place 1-5pm on Friday.
Dorm assignments will be sent out, so check to see to which location you need to report.

SONC is assuming that everyone is staying for both Friday and Saturday nights.  Delegations are asked to alert Kelly Vaughn ASAP if there are individuals who will only stay Friday night so room nights are not unnecessarily charged to SONC.

All participants should bring all linens (pillow, blanket, sheets, towels and washcloths).  If someone forgets an item, extras will be available at cost to the local program.
Prices are as follows:
Sheets (2) – $3.00
Towel (1) – $2.50
Washcloth (1) – $1.00
Pillow with Pillowcase (1) – $2.00
Blanket (1) – $4.00
Total Set – $12.50

Building access cards will provide access to in-building laundry in your assigned buildings.  There is no additional laundry service charge but you need to bring your own detergent!

Extra volunteers will be available to help with unloading luggage and getting it to the dorms.  As mentioned above, make sure everyone labels their luggage with their name and delegation.  The goal is to deliver all luggage to the HOD’s suite for you all to distribute from that point.

A campus map is available to help you navigate N.C. State University.  Please be sure to enter campus from Western Blvd. on Friday afternoon.

This year we will be offering Healthy Athletes screenings on Friday and Saturday! In an effort to allow for more opportunities to complete all Healthy Athletes screenings, they will be held at two different locations.  Please thoroughly look at the information below to make sure you know the location and time for each screening. We also have an online sign up form that allows you to reserve a time to complete these disciplines. We will take walk-ups, but know that you may not be able to go through certain screenings due to reserved times from the online sign up form.

Friday (June 1, 2018)
Where: Bragaw Dorm
Screening Times: 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Disciplines: Opening Eyes, Healthy Hearing, Special Smiles

Saturday (June 2, 2018)
Where: Bragaw Dorm
Screening Times: 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Disciplines: Opening Eyes, Healthy Hearing, Special Smiles

Saturday (June 2, 2018)
Where: Olympic Town & Dance – Talley Student Union
Screening Times: 3:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Disciplines: Health Promotion, FUNfitness, Strong Minds

For those who have been through the screenings before, this is a reminder that it is always good to check in each year to stay on top of your health. These are free screenings for any Special Olympics athlete. Those who can make it to 4 or more disciplines will receive a Special Olympics 50th anniversary speaker. Coaches that can bring all their athletes through 4 or more screenings will also receive a speaker by turning in the athletes’ passports at the Healthy Athletes check-out located at either location.

N.C. State University Reynolds Coliseum
2411 Dunn Ave., Raleigh
Venue Director – Stephanie Williamson, (919) 943-5518 cell
Opening Ceremony Agenda
Inclement Weather Plan – Delegations should remain in their vehicles or at the dining hall until severe weather passes.  Everyone already in the venue should remain in the building.

Opening Ceremony will be even better at Reynolds Coliseum this year!  We return to our venue conveniently located on NC State’s campus (and air-conditioned!) for the second year.  We have greatly increased the floor seating so delegations will be able to choose where they are most comfortably seated (although not everyone can sit on the floor so some will still be upstairs).  This year’s Opening Ceremony is fully designed to be a party to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics.  There will be no official delegation march-in; rather delegations can start entering the building at 6:30pm where the DJ is already cranked up and they can dance until the program starts at 7:30pm.  There is a lot planned with the celebration; you won’t want to miss it!

Parking – A parking map is now available, but remember that the great majority of you will be able to walk to the Coliseum from the dining hall.  It takes approximately 15-20 minutes (the Coliseum is next to Talley Student Center where the dance will be held on Saturday night).  There will be a dropoff area for delegations who need to drive to the Coliseum.  Spectator and family parking will be available in the Coliseum Deck next to the venue.  There will also be a shuttle running to bring delegations from Avent Ferry and the dining hall and of course returning after the Ceremony. Please refer to the Shuttle Schedule for times of services.

Big changes for the march-in!  We are making sure this year’s Opening Ceremony is a big celebration of the 50th anniversary and what better way to do that than dancing?  The doors to Reynolds Coliseum will open at 6:30pm and a DJ will be playing dance music for an hour until the program officially starts at 7:30pm.  There will be no official march-in; delegations may enter the building as they like and sit where they like.  Signs will still be provided and each program will still be recognized – don’t worry!

Souvenirs & Concessions – Please note that souvenirs will not be sold during the Ceremony.  Souvenirs will be on sale at all venues on Saturday and Saturday night at the dance.  We have confirmed that concessions will be sold.  Here is the list of items and pricing (yes, it is event-pricing – we don’t have much control over that!)
Bottled water and soda – $3
Candy – $3
Peanuts – $4
Popcorn – $4

There will be a bag-check at the doors.  Reynolds Coliseum now requires that everyone entering the building have their bag checked first.  The best idea – just don’t bring a bag.  If you must, just be prepared for it to be inspected before you can enter.

Talley Student Union, NC State University
2610 Cates Ave., Raleigh
Venue Director – Joy Bradley, (919) 593-4205 cell

Inclement Weather Plan – Outdoor activities will not occur.   Everyone already in the venue should stay put and anyone outside should go inside the building.  An airhorn signal of three short blasts will be made if cover should be taken immediately.  One long blast will follow when inclement weather has passed.
Parking – A parking map is now available, but this is another venue to which most delegations can walk.  A drop-off area will also be provided for buses.  There will also be a shuttle running to bring delegations from Avent Ferry and the dining hall and of course returning throughout the evening. Please refer to the Shuttle Schedule for times of services.
Dance/Olympic Town – Lots of exciting activities are being planned for Olympic Town that you don’t want to miss!  Even more than last year! Three of our Healthy Athletes disciplines will be providing health screenings, and athletes completing 4 screenings total will receive a prize at check-out.Health Promotions, Special Smiles and Strong Minds will all be opening at 3pm to ensure more athletes can participate.  All of this will be going on while DJ Tony Williams plays joined by the CCC Dancers!  To finish it off, we will have regular entertainment every half hour on the first floor to celebrate the five decades of Special Olympics.
Venue Notes – This venue is within walking distance of the dining hall and most dorms but if you prefer not to drive, please note that a shuttle will regularly drive from Avent Ferry as well as Fountain Dining Hall.  A shuttle schedule is provided.

George Williams Athletic Complex
St. Augustine’s University
1315 Oakwood Ave.

Raleigh, NC 27610

Venue Director – Laura Collins, cell (919) 810-5770
Mandatory Coaches’ Meeting – Click here to the view a recording of the coaches meeting. Click here to access the coaches notes.
Lunch – Sat. Ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz
Sun. Ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz
Inclement Weather Plan – If weather is extreme and safety is an issue, everyone will be directed to their vehicles.  An airhorn signal of three short blasts will be made if cover should be taken immediately.  One long blast will follow when inclement weather has passed.
Parking – please review the provided parking map.  There will be a lot going on.  Be patient with parking!
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue all weekend.
Concessions – Food Trucks will be at the venue serving concessions. Queso Monster will be out for lunch on Saturday, and TENCO Coffee and JAM Ice Cream will be at the venue on Sunday.
Additional Activities – On Saturday, Southland Dairy Farms will have great information about dairy products and farming complete with milking demonstrations with a real cow and free ice cream sandwiches!

Competition Information
Athletics Sport Web Page (rules, etc)
2018 Athletics Program – Updated 5/24
2018 Athletics Events by Delegation – Updated 5/24
2018 Athletics Relay Team Divisions – Updated 6/2
2018 Athletics Track & Field Schedule

Bowling Singles and Ramp
Buffaloe Lanes Cary
151 High House Road
Cary, NC  27511
Venue Director – Jenna Smith, cell (919) 604-6239

Bowling Doubles and Team (Traditional and Unified)
Buffaloe Lanes North
5900 Oak Forest Dr
Raleigh, NC 27616
Venue Director– Macy Fisher, cell (561) 222-9114

Mandatory Coaches’ MeetingClick here to listen to the coaches meeting. Click here to access the coach notes.
Lunch:  Saturday will be ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz for Buffaloe Lanes North, and Buffaloe Lanes Cary lunch will be provided by Cary Central Rotary Club. Sunday will be ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz for both venues.
Parking – there is adequate parking at the facilities.
Souvenirs will be on sale at both venues on Saturday.
Concessions will be on sale at both venues all weekend.

Competition Information
Bowling Sport Web Page (rules, etc.)
2018 Overall Bowling Schedule – Updated 6.2.18
2018 Bowling Singles Ramp Final Divisions and Lane Assignments – Updated 6.2.18
2018 Bowling Singles Final Divisions and Lane Assignments – Updated 6.2.18
2018 Bowling Doubles Final Divisions and Lane Assignments– Updated 6.2.18
2018 Bowling Unified Doubles Final Divisions and Lane Assignments– Updated 6.2.18
2018 Bowling Team Final Divisions and Lane Assignments – Updated 6.2.18
2018 Bowling Unified Team Final Divisions and Lane Assignments – Updated 6.2.18

William Peace University – Hermann Athletic Center
15 East Peace St
Raleigh, NC 27604

Venue Director– Gabby Topalian, cell (914) 584-3692 and Drew Davenport, cell (919) 302-0948
Mandatory Coaches’ MeetingClick here to view a recording of the coaches meeting. Click here to access the coaches notes.
Lunch – Sat. ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz
Parking – While there is plenty of parking at Peace University, there is limited parking directly adjacent to the gym. Please pay attention to signage and parking volunteers to park in the directed lots.
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue on Saturday.
There are no concessions for sale onsite, but there are multiple dining options across the street at Seaboard Station.

Competition Information
Cheerleading Sport Web Page (rules, etc)
2018 Cheerleading Performance Schedule – updated 5/25

N.C. Highway Patrol Training Academy (site of the 1999 Special Olympics World Games competition)
380 East Tryon Rd.
Raleigh, NC

Be sure to use the Tryon Road address other than the one that pops up on your GPS.  The other address will take you to the main campus for the training academy rather than the actual training course.

Venue Director– Alan McQuiston,  cell (931) 239-4406
Mandatory Coaches’ Meeting – Click here to view a recording of the coach webinar. Click here to view the coaches notes.
Lunch – Sat. turkey and ham and cheese sandwiches, a sweet treat, chips and a fruit – provided by the Garner Civitans
Sun. ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz
Parking – There is adequate parking at the facility.  Of all venues, you want to make sure you park in properly marked spots at this location!
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue on Saturday.
Concessions Cool Breezes will be out at the venue both Saturday and Sunday selling smoothies to help you cool off! Gabi’s Grounds will be at the venue Sunday selling coffee.

Competition Information
Cycling Sport Web Page (rules, etc)
2018 Cycling Delegation Report  – Updated 5/29
2018 Cycling Schedule
2018 Sunday Cycling Final Divisions

SonShine Gymnastics
151 Thomas Mill Rd
Holly Springs, NC 27540

Due to the increasing popularity of gymnastics please note that the day will run longer than in previous years.  Please see the schedule for specific competition times.

Please be sure to follow the Special Olympics directional arrows to the venue and take NC-55 to Green Oaks Parkway to get to Sonshine Gymnastics.  Sonshine Gymnastics has provided these directions as the easiest route to their venue.

Venue Directors – Bruce Achterman, cell (919) 427-6632 and Jimmy Lynn, cell (919) 749-8116
Mandatory Coaches’ MeetingClick here to view a recording of the coaches meeting. Click here to access the coach notes.
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue on Saturday.
Lunch – Hamburger or hot dog (cooked onsite by the venue directors), chips provided by Zaxby’s, dessert provided Freddy’s.

Competition Information
Gymnastics Sport Web Page (rules, etc.)
2018 Summer Games Gymnastics Schedule – updated 5/24 (slight change to Women’s afternoon start time)

Witherspoon Student Center Theater
NC State University
2810 Cates Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27606

Venue Director– Jamie West, cell (919) 218-4966 and Robert Ford, cell (919) 605-8727
Mandatory Coaches’ MeetingClick here to view the coaches meeting recording. Click here to access the coaches notes.
Lunch – Sat. Ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz
Sun. Ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz
Parking – Parking is available at the Dan Allen Parking Deck, accessible via Dan Allen Drive.  An athlete drop-off area will be designated and make note that due to construction there will be no parking on Cates Avenue.
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue on Saturday.
Concessions – Talley Student center is a five minute walk down Cates Ave. There are multiple snack options and even a Starbucks.

Competition Information
Athletes will compete in three lifts: Squat, bench press, and deadlift.  Athletes will compete in all lifts in one day. Based on the athlete’s weight on check-in on Friday, athletes will be divisioned by weight class and gender.  Typically, athletes in lighter weight classes and female lifters will compete on Saturday.  The heavier weight classes typically compete on Sunday.

Powerlifting Sport Web Page (rules, etc)
2018 Powerlifting Athletes and Events – Updated 5/23/2018
2018 Powerlifting Schedule and Divisions – Updated 6/1/2018

Lions Park
516 Dennis Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27604

Venue Director – Laura Davenport, cell (919) 624-7149
Mandatory Coaches’ Meeting – View the coaches meeting webinar here. Click here to view the coaches notes.
Lunch – Sat. Ham & turkey sandwiches, chips,  fruit donated by Sheetz
Inclement Weather Plan
– If weather is extreme and safety is an issue, everyone will be directed to their vehicles or into the community center.  An airhorn signal of three short blasts will be made if cover should be taken immediately.  One long blast will follow when inclement weather has passed.
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue on Saturday.

Competition Information
Softball Sport Web Page (rules, etc)
2018 Softball ISC Preliminary Divisions
2018 Softball ISC Schedule

Buffaloe Road Park
5900 Buffaloe Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27616

Venue Director– Jonathan Serxner, cell (919) 812-7708
Mandatory Coaches’ MeetingClick here to view the coaches meeting webinar. Click here to access the coach notes.
Lunch – Sat. Hot dogs, chips, & fruit provided by Wake Forest Civitan Club
Sun. Ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz
 Inclement Weather Plan – If weather is extreme and safety is an issue, everyone will be directed back to their vehicles.  An airhorn signal of three short blasts will be made if cover should be taken immediately.  One long blast will follow when inclement weather has passed.
Parking – Parking is limited so please follow the direction of the many parking volunteers.  A new pool has also now opened up adjacent to the ball fields so there may be some additional traffic.  A shuttle golf cart will be running both days to assist those who have to park further away.
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue on Saturday.
Concessions – Rolling Bistro will be at Buffaloe Road Park on Saturday, and Kona Ice will be out both Saturday and Sunday selling concessions.

Competition Information
Softball Sport Web Page (rules, etc)
2018 Softball Team Rosters
2018 Softball Team Sunday Schedule  – Updated 6/2
2018 Softball Team Divisions – Updated 6/2

Triangle Aquatic Center
275 Convention Dr.
Cary, NC 27511

Venue Director – Tony Williams, cell (336) 689-2808
Mandatory Coaches’ Meeting – Click here to view the coach webinar recording. Click here to access the coaches notes.
Lunch – Sat. Ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, cookie & fruit provided by Area 4 Civitan Clubs
Sun. Ham & turkey sandwiches, chips, & fruit donated by Sheetz
Inclement Weather Plan –  In the event of heavy winds/tornado warning, everyone will be directed to the area under spectator seating and in the downstairs classroom.  In the event of a venue evacuation, everyone will be sent to their cars.
Parking – Please review the provided parking information. Overflow parking will be directed to another location and there will be a place to drop off athletes.  Delegations with athletes utilizing wheelchairs may park in the back.  Remember that general public will also be using the center and the parking lot.
Venue Notes – TAC will be very full again this year.  Please be considerate of others with the limited seating.  Everyone is welcome to bring chairs and tents to sit outside the venue.  Delegations will be assigned seating to assist with staging.  Coolers will not be permitted in the seating area; an area by the back window will be designated as a “cooler parking lot” and labels will be provided to help identify coolers.
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue on Saturday and Sunday.
Concessions will be on sale at the venue on Saturday and Sunday.

Competition Information
Swimming Sport Web Page (rules, etc)
2018 Summer Games Events by Delegation  – Updated 5/25
2018 Swimming Program – Updated 5/25
2018 Swimming Arm Marking Instructions
2018 Swimming Final Relay Divisions – Sunday

Triangle Volleyball Club
9301 Globe Center Dr. #140
Morrisville, NC 27560

Venue Director – Jeane Brumley, cell (919)-247-5465 and Steve Bass, cell (919) 599-1086
Mandatory Coaches’ Meeting – To view a recording of this webinar click here. Click here to view both the individual skills and team coaches notes.
Lunch – Sat. Hot dogs, chips, & fruit provided by North Raleigh Presbyterian Church
Sun. Turkey sandwiches, chips, cookie & fruit provided by South Raleigh Civitan Club and the Raleigh Council of AT&T Pioneers
Parking – Please reference the provided parking information. There are other business located next to Triangle Volleyball Club, so parking on Friday may take longer, and there will be an area to drop off athletes by the entrance. Please pay attention to transportation volunteers, and abide by any posted signs at Triangle Volleyball Club and the parking lots and streets in the area.
Souvenirs will be on sale at the venue on Saturday.
Concessions -There is a concession stand where light snacks will be available for purchase, and there is a drink machine where sports drinks can be purchased.

Delegations are welcome and encouraged to bring pop-up tents and lawn chairs to set up outside of the venue in designated areas.  There is limited space inside the venue for delegations to gather while not competing.

Competition Information
Volleyball Sport Web Page (rules, etc)
2018 Volleyball Team Sunday Schedule 
2018 Volleyball Team Sunday Divisions
2018 Volleyball Skills Preliminary Divisions
2018 Volleyball Team Rosters

Volleyball Skills Schedule:
Saturday, June 2, 2018
10:00am – 11:30am – Preliminary competition on courts 5 and 6
Divisioning for Final Round
1:00pm – 2:30pm – Final round of competition on courts 5 and 6

Sponsors

 
McMillan Pate Summer Games
Southland Dairy Farms
Results Physiotheraphy
Raleigh Parks and Recreation
Relias Learning
Erie Insurance – SG 5k
Civitan
Academy Sports
Sheetz
 

In-Kind Donors

Cici’s Pizza
Coca Cola
N.C. DOT
Raleigh Parks & Recreation
Sheetz
Sonshine Gymnastics
U.S. Foods
Waste Management
WB Porter
Zaxby’s

Summer Games Families Information

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Families are invited to attend the President’s Dinner on Friday (6/1), as well as all competition and the dance on Saturday night (6/2). Families will be receiving this letter and registration form  in the mail with information on how to RSVP for the President’s Dinner.

Special Olympics has worked with local hotels to provide room options with favorable rates for families coming in from out of the area. The following hotels have courtesy blocks set up for our families. Use the provided links to book your rooms online or call the hotels directly, but remember to let them know you are with Special Olympics NC to get the best rate!

Best Western PLUS Cary- NC State 919-481-1200
Holiday Inn Raleigh – Crabtree Valley Mall 919-782-8600

Summer Games Parking Information

If you have been to Summer Games previously, you may recall the need to print out emails from NC State in order to get official parking passes for Friday on campus.  That is no longer required.  Oh happy day!  It will, however, be even more important for you to display the parking pass that will be emailed out to you next week in all vehicles coming onto campus.

Detailed parking instructions for NC State University will be sent out with the parking passes for Friday.

We also have parking instructions listed under each competition venue.  GPS is great but be sure to read these instructions for additional guidance.

Summer Games Photos

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View Summer Games photos from our most recent event and past years.