Veterans Affairs

The NCCU Veterans Affairs (VA) office aims to provide a smooth transition from the military to college life for veterans, service members, and dependents. 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. Our team can assist you with the VA educational benefits process and offer overall support to ensure academic progression towards graduation.


Veteran Students


Dependent Education Assistance Benefits


Post 9-11 Dependents (TOE: Transfer of Entitlement)

Go Army Education

GoArmyEd is the virtual gateway for all eligible active duty, National Guard, and Army Reserve Soldiers to request tuition assistance (TA) online.


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Vocational Rehabilitation


National Guard/ Reserves

Veteran Affairs Resources

Credit Evaluation

A centralized resource for students transferring to North Carolina Central University.

Tuition and Fees

All undergraduates who carry 12 or more credit hours and graduate or law students who carry nine or more hours must pay full tuition and fees. Students who carry less than a full-time load must pay tuition and fees at the specified rates per semester.

Financial Aid Information

The Office of Scholarships and Student Aid aims to provide financial assistance to students.

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Military Transcript

You can request a copy of your military transcript here.

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Air Force Community College Transcript

Request a copy of your Community College of the Air Force transcript here.

Additional Resources

NCCU Health and Counseling Services

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 anger management.

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