The requirements for Enrolled Applicants are as follows:
- Submit the Intent to Enroll/Seat Deposit Form.
- Pay the $100.00 non-refundable seat deposit (No personal checks accepted).
- Two (2) official transcripts from all post-secondary institution(s) attended must be submitted by July 31, 2014 to the Office of Admissions located at the address below. These two (2) official transcripts are in addition to the transcripts that you sent to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for inclusion in your Credential Assembly Service (CAS) Report. Failure to submit all transcripts by this date could result in your admit decision being rescinded. Please note that the official transcripts from your Baccalaureate School need to show that your degree has been conferred.
Office of Admissions
North Carolina Central University School of Law
640 Nelson Street
Durham, North Carolina 27707
- If you are interested in being considered for financial assistance, complete the online Law School Financial Assistance Application. This application will assist the Law School with awarding scholarships and grants.
- The Student Medical History Form (PDF) must be submitted directly to the Student Health and Counseling Service (SHCS) located at the address below by July 31, 2014. You can mail to: Student Health and Counseling Service North Carolina Central University P.O. Box 19491 Durham, North Carolina 27707, fax to (919-530-7969), or email Twanna Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep a copy of your forms for your records.
- A Complete Immunization Record must also be submitted to SHCS by July 31, 2014 and is requested by SHCS to be submitted along with your student medical history form. The required immunizations are 2 doses of MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) and tetanus or t-dap within the last 10 years. A physical examination is only recommended, but not required. For more information, you may visit the Student Health & Counseling Services website.
- The Online Insurance Waiver Form (optional) Students are required to have health insurance to attend a UNC system school. The University of North Carolina system has selected Student Blue, underwritten by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC), to offer as the Insurance Program for 2013-2014 beginning with the fall semester. Students with existing health insurance coverage can waive out of the school insurance plan. Students must enroll in or waive out of the coverage no later than September 10, 2014. Visit Student Blue to start the process. Students that do not submit an approved waiver, and have not enrolled themselves in the program, will be enrolled automatically.
- Students who have existing family or individual coverage through another Blue Cross Blue Shield plan must complete the enrollment/wavier process as well. Students who are covered under a different health insurance plan are welcome to consider Student Blue.