Office of Transfer Services

The Office of Transfer Services (OTS) seeks to educate, engage and establish excellence by providing transfer students the resources they need to become productive members of the NCCU community. 

Welcome to the Office of Transfer Services

We are a centralized resource for students transferring to North Carolina Central University. 


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November 15


April 15

2024 Admitted NCCU Students: Saturday Next Steps Sessions

Calling all first-time freshman, transfer, second-degree, and international students who have confirmed their 2024 confirmation, paid the enrollment deposit, and now are ready for the next steps!

Join us each Saturday in April, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., to discuss the next steps for Fall 2024 admitted NCCU students.

For all questions about the session and session attendance, please email De’Janel Henry, associate director of Undergraduate Admissions, at [email protected] for all questions.

We look forward to seeing you April 13, 20, and 27!

Listen to the April 6 session (audio only)

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Transfer Articulation Agreements

A list of memorandums of understanding and articulation agreements with UNC system colleges.

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Transfer Credits and Policies

General transfer credit rules, policies and procedures.

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Transfer Credit Evaluation Process

See the steps for how the transfer process works.

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Transfer Course Tracker

See how your courses will transfer to NCCU.

Transfer Admission Requirements

2.0 Cumulative GPA

Transfer applicants must have a cumulative average of a “C” (2.0 GPA) or higher.

24 Transferable Credits

All transfer applicants must have earned 24 or more transferrable credit hours.

Good Standing with Most Recent Institution

Transfer applicants must not presently be on probation at their last or current school of attendance.  Transfer applicants must not have been suspended or expelled from their last or current institution.

SAT or ACT Scores

SAT and ACT scores are required if the applicant is under 21 years of age and/or has less than 24 transferrable credits. Please use SAT code #5495 or ACT code #3132.

Official High School/College Transcript(s)


An official high school transcript is required for applicants who are under 21 years of age. Please submit official college transcripts from regionally accredited institutions.

Our Community

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Transfer advisors specialize in assisting transfer students with registration and initial degree planning.

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Discover more about the Tau Sigma National Honor Society and the Transfer Student Association.

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