Welcome to NCCU's Veterans Affairs Office! Our goal is to provide a smooth transition from military to college life for veterans, service members, and dependents. In these efforts, NCCU is recognized by G.I. Jobs as a Military Friendly School and has established EAGLE VETS, a recognized chapter of Student Veterans of America. During your matriculation, we are here to assist you with the VA Educational Benefits process and offer overall support to ensure academic progression towards graduation.
We encourage you to befriend us on Facebook at NCCU Eagle Vets and follow us on Twitter @NCCUEagleVets. In the spirit of NCCU's motto, "Truth and Service," EAGLE VETS proudly promotes service to our community, University, and organization.
Provides services such as mental health counseling, primary care,
Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) - Returning
Service Members Program, pharmacy, and women's health clinic to
The NCCU Counseling Center is staffed by counselors and mental
health professionals who specialize in individual and group counseling,
crisis intervention, substance abuse prevention and intervention, and
In-State Tuition Information
In some instances, students may qualify for in-state tuition or
tuition waivers without fulfilling the residency requirements:
Active-duty members of the armed services are charged in-state
tuition while abiding in North Carolina because of their active
military duty in the state. This applies to reservists too.
A dependent relative who shares the abode of a member of the
armed services who is in North Carolina on active duty also qualifies
for in-state tuition.
Eagle VET were established to assist veterans and dependants with
their assimilation into academia by providing the proper networks and
resources required for optimal academic and professional achievement.