How and When to Apply
Visiting undergraduate students may take no more than 12 semester hours of course work. At that point, they must apply for, and be admitted to, a degree program before they will be allowed to continue their education at NCCU.
Note: The hours completed as a visiting student will not be used to evaluate your admissions status.
The academic rank of visiting students and their progress toward their selected degree will be determined after they are accepted for full admission.
The steps for applying as a visiting undergraduate student are as follows:
- Submit the NCCU Visiting Student Application
- Pay the $50 non-refundable application fee
Visiting students are ineligible for financial aid. If you are attending North Carolina Central University for Summer only and have questions about financial aid, please contact your home institution.
- Application deadline: January 4
The Inter-Institutional Program
The inter-institutional program is designed to expand the course options available to degree-seeking students currently enrolled in the six colleges and universities listed below:
- Duke University
- North Carolina Central University
- North Carolina State University
- UNC Chapel Hill
- UNC Charlotte
- UNC Greensboro
Students interested in enrolling in the inter-institutional program should contact their home institution University Registrar Office to enroll in classes.
For more information, please contact the Division of Extended Studies:
Kim Chavis, M.Ed
Division of Extended Studies
2043 H.M. Michaux, Jr. School of Education Building