Transfer applicants may be exempt from having to meet freshman requirements and from sending high-school transcripts and/or standardized test scores if they fall in one of the following categories:
- Applicants who were awarded their high-school diploma prior to 1988 or are at least 21 years old prior to the beginning of classes and have a cumulative average of at least a “C ”or better
- Applicants who have obtained either an associate of arts, an associate of science, an associate of fine arts, or a baccalaureate or higher-level degree.
- Applicants who have completed a degree under an articulation agreement (i.e., community college).
- Applicants who have completed 24 or more transferable credit hours of college coursework.
Please note the following:
- NCCU will not accept a transfer course with a grade lower than a “C.” Accepted courses are recorded on a student’s transcript; grades and grade points are not calculated.
NCCU does not accept transfer credit from challenge examinations or for course work for which grades of pass/fail (P/F) have been given. The maximum number of transferable credits from a two-year college is 64 semester hours. There is currently no limit for transferring credits from a four-year institution.