Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees

North Carolina Central University School of Law offers one of the most affordable legal educations in the country. Educational expenses for the J.D. program will vary according to each student’s course of study and personal needs. Financial obligations for student tuition bills to North Carolina Central University must be satisfied by the established deadlines. Payments may be made at the cashier’s office in Shepard Administration Building, Room 012, basement floor by cash, personal checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, Visa or MasterCard. The mailing address for payments is NCCU, c/o Comptroller, P.O. Box 19713, Durham NC 27707. If you would like to make an online payment go to Student Account Center or log into your MyEOL account.

Estimation of Costs for 2020 – 21 Law Students

Estimated Tuition and Fees per Semester

Estimated Costs are based on 15 credit hours per semester (costs are determined by total number of credit hours taken per semester)

Fee

Resident Law Student

Non-resident Law Student

Tuition

$6,722.00

$18,058.00

Educational & Technology Fee

$235.08

$235.08

Transportation Fee

$53.00

$53.00

Accident & Sickness Insurance

$1,363.50

$1,363.50

Athletic Fee

$440.00

$440.00

Web Registration

$5.00

$5.00

Walker Complex Debt Service Fee

$60.00

$60.00

Student Center Debt Service Fee

$175.00

$175.00

Medical Fee

$156.33

$156.33

Student Activity Fee

$97.46

$97.46

Campus Center

$113.40

$113.40

Lyceum & Concert Fee

$12.50

$12.50

Student Government Fee

$0.50

$0.50

Eagle Card Fee

$10.00

$10.00

Infrastructure Fee

$50.00

$50.00

Campus Security Fee

$15.00

$15.00

Total Estimated Tuition and Fees

$9,508.77

$20,844.77

Scholarships

North Carolina Central University School of Law is committed to providing all possible financial assistance to eligible students to help pursue and plan a legal education. The School of Law offers three-year merit scholarships to incoming students who are high academic achievers and have financial need. To retain the scholarship, a returning student must remain in good academic standing. All scholarships and grants are awarded in tandem with any other financial aid that a student may receive so that the total award does not exceed demonstrated need.

University Scholarship Database Opens October 1 of each year and closes February 28. When the Scholarship Database Opens it is for the upcoming academic year not the current academic year. Please click here to apply.

FAFSA

Students seeking financial assistance must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is the need analysis document that must completed by all U.S. citizens and permanent residents, who are applying for any federal aid (i.e., Federal Stafford Loans). Previous aid applicants/recipients can also complete a Renewal FAFSA at the same website.

Veterans

NCCU is recognized by G.I. Jobs as a “Military Friendly School” and has established Eagle Vets, a recognized chapter of Student Veterans of America. The NCCU Veterans Affairs (VA) office aims to provide a smooth transition from the military to college life for veterans, service members, and dependents. The VA team will assist you with the VA Educational Benefits process and offer overall support to ensure academic progression towards graduation. Those who may be eligible for VA education and training benefits should contact the University Veterans Affairs Office for further assistance.

Direct Deposit

Arrange for the direct deposit of your financial aid refund into your personal checking account. Direct Deposit helps to ensure that you receive your funds quickly. In order to set up this service, please see Student Direct Deposit Instructions.