North Carolina Central University
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham, NC 27707
Summer School Financial Aid
Paperless Application Process
Advised by your academic advisor and register for summer school in the sessions desired. Classes must appear in Banner. It is best to enter all classes at the same time.
Registered students will be automatically awarded. Award will be based on the registered session(s) (Summer I, II, or I and II) at the time the summer school award is processed. View and accept Summer award using myEOL.
Prior Bill and Study Abroad
Students with a prior bill or those who are studying abroad will need to complete a Summer School paper application available online at www.nccu.edu/ssa and click on the "forms link".
Types of Financial Aid
Vary based on the student's remaining eligibility for Pell Grant and loans.
Loan recipients must be enrolled at least half-time: undergraduates = 6 hours; graduates/professionals = 4.5 hours
Cancelation of Awards
Automatic adjustments will be performed after the drop/add period ends if your enrollment status changes.
Students are encouraged to register for six hours in Summer I.
If registered for less than six hours in Summer I, your refund will be released in Summer II.
New applicants may complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applicants should record the school code of 002950 for North Carolina Central University in section six of the FAFSA.
The Department of Education will forward an email to the address listed on the FAFSA and an electronic file to the institution within 1 to 4 days.
Applicants must verify that North Carolina Central University is listed on the Student Aid Report (SAR). The expiration date for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is June 30.
Students receiving financial assistance for the first time during the summer session should closely monitor the deadline date to ensure that the FAFSA is processed before June 30. The deadline date for the FAFSA occurs prior to the start date for the second session of summer school.
Students interested in receiving a Stafford Loan must complete the master promissory note and entrance loan counseling session online at https://studentloans.gov.