How do I apply?
Applying to NCCU is easy. Click this link to access the application, complete the application, submit a $40 application fee, enclose the required documents, and wait for the final decision.
When do I fill out my Free Application for Federal Student Aid?
You can fill out your FAFSA anytime. You will need to note on the form the schools you are interested in attending. Once you’ve been accepted, update your account with the school you plan to attend. For more information about the FAFSA process, please go to www.fafsa.ed.gov.
How many hours do I need to transfer?
You will need at least 9 credit hours to transfer to NCCU. If you are under 24 years old, you will need to supply your high school transcript and SAT or ACT scores with your application.
Can I be accepted before I finish school?
Yes. Just remember to submit your final transcript after completion of coursework from the institution you are leaving.
Do you offer a scholarship?
If you graduate from a North Carolina community college and have a GPA of at least 2.75, you will be eligible for the Transfer Student Scholarship. For more information and the scholarship application click here.
If I’m accepted into the school, does that mean I’m also accepted into my major?
No. Upon admittance to NCCU you will need to refer to the department’s requirement. In many cases, that department will require you to submit another application for admission to your major.
Does my A.A. or A.S. cover all general education courses required for graduation at NCCU?
No. While the degree may grant you entrance into the university, it does not satisfy your physical education, health, and foreign language requirements.
Does an A.A. or A.S. guarantee admittance to NCCU?
Under the articulation agreement NCCU has with area community colleges, we will accept students who matriculate through a community college program with an associate’s degree. However, you must meet NCCU’s requirement of a 2.0 GPA.
Can I transfer with an Applied Associate of Science (A.A.S.) degree?
Yes. NCCU offers bilateral agreements and student track options for students who have graduated with a technical degree. These agreements are pre-approved course curriculums for students who select to study courses that don’t always offer seamless transition options.
If I’ve been out of school for 7 years, do I still need to submit my high school transcript?
Yes, if you are under the age of 24.