Providing critical services to students, parents, and visitors to North Carolina Central University throughout the student lifecycle from recruitment, enrollment, retention, graduation and beyond.
The Division of Enrollment Management is dedicated to implementing well-planned strategies and tactics to shape enrollment and meet established goals. Strategies include marketing, admission policies, retention programs, and financial aid awarding. Strategies and tactics are informed by collection, analysis, and use of data to project successful outcomes.
Welcome to the Division of Enrollment Management (EM) website. We appreciate you taking time to visit and explore the work that we do to serve our constituencies particularly our students, faculty, and staff. The Division of Enrollment Management works across the student life cycle, from identifying prospective students, through graduation, and beyond. The work that we engage in is dependent upon campus partnerships. Together we collaborate to provide processes and resources to aid in student engagement and success. The division consists of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the Office of Transfer Services, the Office of the Registrar, the Office of Scholarships & Student Aid, University College and Veterans Affairs as well as community college partnerships. We are committed to implementing and providing the services necessary to promote student success.
If you have suggestions on how we may better achieve our mission, aid students, and/or communicate with students, parents, faculty, and staff, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"We want the opportunity to help you connect to that history, achieve your scholastic and career goals, and take advantage of meeting and working with other phenomenal students."
- Dr. Monica T. Leach -
To support and enhance the total educational experience of NCCU students through a commitment to quality service that is responsive to the needs of students, faculty, and staff.
To be a seamless continuum of high quality student services, using appropriate and responsive technology, to promote student success.
The Office of the Registrar keeps the official academic records for all students and maintains the integrity, accuracy, and privacy of these records. This office also ensures compliance with all federal, state, and university regulations and policies.
Office of Transfer Services (OTS)is a resource for students transferring to North Carolina Central University to obtain information regarding admissions requirements, course equivalences, campus services, academic associations, networking opportunities, and overall advising regarding integration into student life.
The purpose of the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid (OSSA) is to provide financial assistance through scholarships, grants, loans and work study. Most Federal, State and Institutional programs are awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need by completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The OSSA ensures that funds are awarded in a consistent and equitable manner to support the educational expenses of our students. The OSSA is committed to providing timely and exemplary services to students and families.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions manages the admissions process for new prospective students interested in applying for admission to the university for an undergraduate program.
The Cheatham-White Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship program for students attending North Carolina Central University. This program was designed to provide an outstanding educational experience for exceptional scholars who exhibit a wide range of interests, are proficient in areas of both the arts and sciences, and demonstrate leadership potential and a strong commitment to service. This is a fully funded four-year scholarship that covers full tuition and fees, housing, meals, textbooks, a laptop, travel and personal expenses. Each scholarship also provides four summers of fully funded enrichment and networking opportunities that may include international travel and study. Applicants do not have to be residents of North Carolina.
The University College promotes student learning and development by providing coordinated and centralized academic resources and support services that help first and second year students define their educational and career goals. Relationships developed through proactive advising, educational planning, academic support and enrichment, and ongoing training, ensure students are retained and equipped to persist toward graduation.