Law School Student Services

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law offers a variety of resources and programs to support students in their academic achievement, personal growth, and professional development. These services advance the overall student development and become an integral component of the legal educational process.


Students are encouraged to enjoy their legal studies, to expand intellectually and personally, and to join the thousands of successful alumni who recall their law school years with warmth and enthusiasm.

In the Office of Student Services, you will find a professional staff offering services committed to responding to the diverse needs and abilities of all students. You will find our administrators actively engaged in their respective departments, providing assistance with admissions, career services, financial aid and student affairs.

Academic Accommodations

Student Accessibility Services (SAS) handles requests for students with disabilities (physical, learning, psychological, chronic or temporary medical conditions, etc.) who would like to request reasonable accommodations and services under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Counseling Center Staff

At the North Carolina Central University Student Health and Counseling Center, individual health and wellness needs are attended to in a confidential and caring manner, both on-site and through referral. 

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Our office believes that emotional wellness can be achieved through deepening our understanding of ourselves, embracing our emotions (positive and negative alike) in constructive ways, and managing our life’s challenges with new or different approaches.

Law School Registrar's Office

The NCCU School of Law’s Registrar’s Office supports law students, academic advising, instructional efforts, and research activities using the best practices available.

Student Organizations

The NCCU School of Law is a student-oriented environment. Students play an integral part in the governance of the school. In addition to membership in the Student Bar Association (SBA), selected day and evening students participate on faculty and administrative committees, providing invaluable insight and ideas.