Admissions

 

Admissions

You’re about to embark on a journey through a legacy of learning that will challenge you academically and intellectually. Embracing our heritage, our mission is to provide a high quality, personalized practice-oriented and affordable legal education to historically underserved students to help diversify the legal profession. Applications are accepted October 1st through April 30th.

Legal Eagle ViewBook

Welcome to the Office of Admissions. Read more about our law school’s resources and opportunities in our electronic Legal Eagle Viewbook.

Welcome to the Office of Admissions. Read more about our law school’s resources and opportunities in our electronic Legal Eagle Viewbook.

CONNECT WITH US

Thank you for your interest in the North Carolina Central University School of Law. In response to the global pandemic, we have created several virtual meeting opportunities to speak with you. 

Application Requirements
Checklist

The School of Law begins accepting applications (online-only) on October 1st. Application materials cannot be submitted prior to October 1st. The application deadline for submitting all application materials is April 30th.

Virtual Tour Experiences

Library Bowl NCCU

Welcome to NC Central University’s Virtual Campus Experience. Find the bouncing pin on the virtual map to locate the law school on campus. Click on the law school building to see photos of the law student experience. Select the NCCU Law Experience or Legal Expertise to view videos about the law school.

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Discover the hallowed halls of the Albert L. Turner Law School Building from the comfort of your home. Enjoy the tour!

Visit the Law School

Student Profile

To download the First Year Student Profile for a particular year, click the appropriate link below:

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70%

Female

30%

Male

1,165

Applications (Fall 2020)

3.27

Median Undergraduate GPA

147

Median LSAT Score

Admitted students

Congratulations on your admission! Welcome to the Legal Eagle Family! Click here to see our FAQs to assist with your transition into the law school

Financial Assistance

Financial information for affording your Legal Education at North Carolina Central University School of Law. 

North Carolina Central University’s Annual Clery Security Report as Mandated by Federal Statute 20 USC § 1092
The Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report include institutional policies concerning campus safety and security, as well as statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on North Carolina Central University property and on public property adjacent to campus and fires that have occurred in residence halls. A copy of this Report can be obtained by contacting the NCCU Police Department at 919-530-6106 or writing to 2010 Fayetteville Street, Durham, NC 27707 or at this page.