All work accepted for transfer credit must be at least a “C” grade and will be treated as semester hours earned. NCCU does not accept transfer credit from challenge examinations or for course work where grades of Pass/Fail (P/F) have been given.
NCCU accepts all non-remedial credits earned in a degree program at any regionally accredited four-year institution. As a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina System, NCCU also accepts college transfer work completed at any of the 59 NC community colleges under the terms stipulated in the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) between the UNC System and the North Carolina Community College System.
Students transferring from a two-year institution may receive up to a total of 64 semester hours of academic credit from all institutions attended. Credit for courses completed in non-college transfer degree programs such as technical degree programs will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis. No credit is awarded for coursework completed in non-degree programs such as diploma or certificate programs. Extension courses, advanced placement, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) credit and military service credit are included in this maximum.
Students who transfer from a four-year accredited institution must meet the 30-semester hour residency requirement before receiving their degrees from North Carolina Central University. For more information regarding the Transfer of Credit, please visit the NC Central University catalog page.
Students who have inquiries about how their transcripts were evaluated or who do not see certain courses listed on the Transfer Evaluation System (TES) may complete and submit a Transcript Evaluation Inquiry Form to the Office of Transfer Services.