Transitioning Into Law School

Student Health Insurance Program

Please note the following:

Students enrolled in 4 or more credit hours of “On-Campus Classes” are required to submit the following immunizations:

  • 2 doses of MMR (measles, mumps, rubella-childhood vaccines)
  • 3 doses of DTP (diphtheria and tetanus-childhood vaccines)
  • 1 T-dap (T-dap must be within the last 10 years)
  • 3 doses of Hepatitis B Vaccine (childhood vaccines). This is only for students born 7/1/94 and after
  • Students aged 50+ years ONLY need to submit a T-dap (T-dap must be within the last 10 years)

See Immunization table below: Incomplete Immunization Records will not be accepted.

If you were born before 7/1/94 If you were born on or after 7/1/94 Age 50 yrs +

2 doses of MMR
1 T-dap
(within last 10 yrs)
2 doses of MMR
1 T-dap
(within last 10 yrs)
3 Hepatitis B’s
1 T-dap(within last 10 yrs)

To input your immunization record online:

Click on https://nccu.medicatconnect.com/

  1. Enter your myEol username and password
  2. Click on immunization-enter dates for each immunization; Click Submit
  3. Click on here to upload a copy of your immunization record
  4. Click on forms on the Welcome screen; complete your NCCU Medical Form ONLY; Submit

Please note that the NC Public Health Law requires that all students submit a complete immunization record. Students who are not in full compliance with this law will be dropped from their   Fall 2018 classes on September 13, 2018.  Please don’t let this happen to you.

EXCLUSIONS:

If you are ONLY taking “online” and “distance education” classes, you do not need to submit an immunization record.  Please contact Twanna Graham, Medical Record Manager, tgraham@nccu.edu

If you are ONLY taking “evening classes” (5:00pm and after) you do not need to submit an immunization record.  Please contact Twanna Graham, Medical Record Manager, tgraham@nccu.edu

If you are ONLY a “weekend student” you do not need to submit an immunization record.  Please contact Twanna Graham, Medical Records Manager, tgraham@nccu.edu


Transcripts

Final transcripts must be sent to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for inclusion in your Credential Assembly Service (CAS) Report by July 15th in order to allow for their 14 day processing time. Failure to submit all transcripts by this date could result in your admit decision being rescinded.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.


Housing

The University does not offer on-campus housing to graduate students.  For suggestions on housing in and around the Durham area please go here – http://law.nccu.edu/admissions/transitioning/off-campus-housing/.