Now, it's time to complete the steps below, which are required to finalize your enrollment. Once you complete these steps, you have officially accepted the offer of admission. Visit the Admissions Resources section for additional information.
Admitted for Fall 2021
Step 1. Financial Assistance
- File the 2021–2022 FAFSA at https://studentaid.gov. Use school code 002950 (Section VI).
- Electronically transfer your 2019 tax information using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.
- Apply for NCCU scholarships online at https://nccu.academicworks.com/ for the 2021–2022 academic year. The deadline to apply is February 28, 2021. All applicants must be admitted students.
Step 2. Pay your enrollment deposit
- Visit our Account Creation Tool and enter your Banner ID (820 number), provided on the Eagle Promise Portal.
- Enter your PIN (your date of birth in MMDDYY format).
- Click "Verify My Info."
- After reviewing account information, click "Create My Account."
- Upon account creation, click "Enroll Now" to submit your enrollment deposit and register for Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR) and pay your enrollment fee.
Step 3. Apply for On-Campus Housing
- Visit myEOL and click on the "My Housing" button. First-year students who are admitted and complete their housing application by June 30 are guaranteed housing. The housing application opens in January 2021. Students will be able to select their room in May of 2021.
Step 4. Submit Immunization Records
Students enrolled in four or more credit hours must submit proof of immunizations by the first day of class. Students must be registered for classes to have access to the Medicat Portal. A link for the "Instructions and NC Immunization Requirements" is located on the Medicat home page. Please open and view the instructions before entering and uploading your immunization record.
- Under "click here to find your school," select North Carolina Central University.
- Click on the link for instructions; view and follow the instructions for entering and uploading. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from all classes.