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PDF Document Aliyah Parris NSE Student 2010-2011
North Carolina’s rolling hills, cascading mountains, and soothing coastlines convinced Aliyah Parris to explore and discover life in North Carolina through the National Student Exchange (NSE) Program. Aliyah visited North Carolina Central University from St. Croix (U.S. Virgin Islands), and while, by her own admission, there were some similarities between her life in St. Croix and NCCU, she enjoyed the new opportunities she was able to experience during her stay.
PDF Document Bilateral Agreement
Articulation agreements of associate in applied sciences (AAS) degree programs are called Bilateral Agreements. Under bilateral agreements, NCCU departments have reviewed the community college technical degree program curriculum and have determined which courses would transfer into that major. The review is on a course-by-course bases. In all cases, a grade of C or better is required for transfer consideration. NCCU will determine whether the course will count as general education, major, or elective credit.
PDF Document Bilateral and Study Track Form
Pre approved course curriculum for students who select to study courses that don’t always offer seamless transition options i.e. Criminal Justice, Art, Social Work, Nursing, etc.
PDF Document NCCU Courts Transfer Students
Today, as it does every other Tuesday during the summer, N.C. Central University is laying out the red carpet for new and potential transfer students.
PDF Document NCCU Seek More Better Students
DURHAM -- N.C. Central University doesn't just want more students. It wants better students. One way to get them, university administrators said Tuesday, is to increase the number of community college transfers and expand NCCU's online distance education profile.
PDF Document North Carolina Community College Course Equivalency
North Carolina Community College Course Equivalency Database. List of all community college courses that have direct equivalency to NCCU's course offerings.
PDF Document Study Track
Study Tracks/Crosswalks are modified A.A. and A.S. curriculums to meet specific departmental requirements.
PDF Document Transfer Coordinator
Each academic department at NCCU has an appointed Transfer Coordinator assigned to specifically address the needs of transfer students in their respective areas of concentration.
PDF Document Transfer Scholarship
North Carolina Central University has established scholarship opportunities for qualified full-time and part-time transfer students (including Distance Education Transfer Students, full-time and part-time) completing the Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), or Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)Degree programs from a North Carolina Community College. The North Carolina Central University Community College Transfer Scholarships are offered to North Carolina Community College graduates who received their degree within the past 5 years* and have at least a 2.75 GPA.
PDF Document Transfer Tuesday Registration
Starting Tuesday, June 7th and every Tuesday this summer, prospective students who would like to learn more about North Carolina Central University can come to campus to find out about the Office of Transfer Services, the admissions and enrollment process, academic areas of study, and other topics such as financial aid and career services. We ask that all participants register for the session they would like to attend.
PDF Document Transfer Tuesday Schedule
This is the current Transfer Tuesday schedule.
PDF Document William Anyu
Coming from Minnesota State University at Mankato, William Anyu desired to venture from the Land of 10,000 lakes to Eagle Land at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) with the National Student Exchange (NSE) program, during the 2010-2011 academic year. Willy, as he is affectionately known, made the decision to select NCCU to attend for an academic year. This decision was steered by his desire to experience a historically black institution. He had some familiarity to North Carolina through stories from family and friends who had visited the state, so he felt fully prepared for this undertaking.
 
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