Money orders, cashier's checks or personal checks should be made payable to North Carolina Central University. The Student ID Number should be indicated on the money order or check to ensure credit is given to the correct account. MasterCard and Visa are also accepted.
Payments may be made in advance, in person, by mail or securely online with credit cards via Eagles Online (myEOL).
It is the student's responsibility to verify receipt of a mail payment by checking Eagles Online (myEOL).
No grades, transcript, degree, or diploma will be released to students until all financial obligations to the university, other than student loans, are paid in full.
State law requires that all previously incurred expenses and accounts at NCCU be paid in full prior to pre-registration or registration for a new term. Delinquent student accounts will be turned over to the State Attorney General's Office or to a collection agency for collection.
A student is not officially registered in any classes until all tuition and fees are paid for the semester. Students whose tuition and fees are not paid by the payment deadline for the semester are subject to being dropped from their classes in which they are enrolled.
Students who are dropped from classes for nonpayment will not be allowed to re-enroll until the next semester.
Higher One Tuition Payment Plan
The Higher One Tuition Payment Plan enables students to pay all or a part of the semester’s tuition and fees in installments without interest charges.
The Higher One Tuition Payment Plan may be used to supplement all other forms of scholarships, grants or loans.
The per semester enrollment fee is $35.00, which is nonrefundable. A $20.00 late fee is incurred when a payment does not reach the Higher One Tuition Payment Plan’s office by the 15th of each month.
The fall plan must be paid in full before the student can set up spring payment plan.
NCCU will not allow Higher One to set up a contract for a prior balance.
The University Payment is also offered to students with automatic enrollment when at least one-half of the current session’s charges are paid before the end of the regular registration and payment period.
Financial Aid Deferments, verifiable third party payment promises, or other methods of payment can be used to cover the required one-half payment.
There is a $25.00 administrative charge to all accounts on the University Payment Plan. The plan provides the student two additional payment dates for the remaining 50 percent account balance: Sept. 10th and Oct. 10th for the fall term, and Feb. 10th and March 10th for the spring term.
A $20.00 late fee is assessed when payments are late under the University Payment Plan. In cases where a student will not be able to pay the full amount for the semester or summer session, he/she should secure assistance far enough in advance to avoid delay in registering or payment of bills when due.
Students who do not register and complete at least one-half payment prior to the regular registration and payment period listed on the Academic Calendar will be charged a $50.00 late registration fee.
The State Legislature and the UNC Board of Governors may approve adjustments in tuition and fees as conditions warrant during the academic year.