What is the process for registering for courses at other UNC universities?
Students regularly enrolled in a full-time degree program at North Carolina Central University may enroll by inter-institutional registration through NCCU for a course or courses at Duke University, North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, or the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Before enrolling in a course at Duke, N.C. State, UNC-G, UNC-CH, or UNC-Charlotte, you must receive certification from the appropriate dean that the course is relevant to your degree program, and that the equivalent course is not available at NCCU.
Enrollment by inter-institutional registration during a regular term is limited to two courses per semester for a graduate (or professional) student, provided that he/she is also registered for at least three credit hours at NCCU. A Summer School student must be enrolled in at least one summer school course at NCCU in order to enroll by inter-institutional registration at the other institution.
A student taking a course at Duke, N.C. State, UNC-G, UNC-CH, or UNC-Charlotte through inter-institutional registration will be billed by NCCU for all courses taken. There is no additional charge for any fees associated with taking the course. Grading for a course taken by inter-institutional registration will be in accordance with the grading system of the institution where the course is taken. The grade will appear on the student’s transcript and will be counted the same as though the course had been taken at NCCU.
Inter-institutional registration forms may be obtained from the NCCU Registrar’s Office.