Admitted Students

Q.Will the law student host a visit day?
A.The School of Law will host two Admitted Student Days on March 19, 2021 & April 17, 2021. We are planning many activities including an opportunity for you to observe an actual class. You will hear presentations from faculty, current students, the Office of Career Services, the Office of Financial Assistance, and clinical programs.
Q.I am visiting from out of town. Is there a list of accommodations available?
A.A list of local hotels is available at Discover Durham.
Q.Where can I find learn more about your student organizations that are interested in a particular area?
A.Check out the Student Organizations section on the website for a list of NCCU Law student organizations.
Q.How can I learn more about the faculty?
A.Find more information about the faculty here.
Q.When will I receive financial aid information?
A.Please refer to the initial financial aid information mailed to you in your admissions packet. General financial aid information can be found in the Financial Assistance section of our website.
Q.When is tuition due?
A.In order to be registered as a student for the fall semester, you must pay your tuition and fees in full or make payment arrangements with the Office of Student Accounting. You can also find your tuition bill by signing into your My Eagle OnLine (MyEOL) account. Student must pay at least one-half of their total charges prior to the drop/add date listed on the Academic Calendar to avoid being dropped from their classes.
Q.Am I required to obtain health insurance from North Carolina Central University?
A.Law students must have health insurance before starting classes. Students who do not have health insurance may accept the student health insurance plan offered by the University. Students who already have health insurance may opt out of the University’s student health insurance plan.
Q.When do classes start?
A.Classes usually begin the fourth week of August, and first year orientation is typically the third week of August.
Q.When will we get our class schedules and section assignments?
A.The law school registrar makes the first-year student section assignments and creates the class schedules. Your class schedule will be available in your MyEOL account at the start of orientation.
Q.When can I buy my books?
A.You can buy books at the University bookstore. Wait until your classes appear in your MyEOL account before you purchase your books.
Q.Will there be homework assignments for the first day of classes?
A.There may be homework assignments for the first day of classes. Assignments will be posted on MyLaw which is the law school’s internal website system.
Q.When can I get my Eagle Card?
A.You will receive information about how to obtain your Eagle Card before orientation. The Eagle Card Office provides students, faculty, and staff with a “one card” which gives the card holder access to a variety of campus services and facilities
Q.How can I defer my admission to next year?
A.You must request a deferment in writing as soon as possible before July 1st. Send the request to the Assistant Dean of Admissions at law_admissions@nccu.edu. Deferments are granted on a case-by-case basis.
Q.Is housing offered?
A.On-campus housing is available to law students, and more information will be provided about the graduate student housing spring 2021. Please click here for a list of off-campus housing in the area.
Q.What is needed to complete my enrollment?
A.Please visit the enrollment checklist page of our website.