Application Deadlines

North Carolina Central University School of Law’s application deadline for the fall enrollment period is April 30th. All application materials for first-time applicants, re-applicants, international, and prior law school applicants must be received by the Office of Admissions by this deadline.

In addition, all transcripts and letters of recommendation must be received and processed by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) by April 30th. All application materials submitted through LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS) will be deemed postmarked on the date that is time-stamped by LSAC. LSAC requires 10 to 14 days to process your information.

For transfer applicants, initial application materials must be received by the Office of Admission no later than April 30th. Transfer applicants must submit an official transcript of all law school coursework through CAS by June 30th. In addition, transfer applicants must submit a letter of good standing from the prior law school after the completion of all law school coursework. The letter of good standing must be mailed directly to the Office of Admission and postmarked no later than June 30th of the year of anticipated enrollment.

It is your responsibility to verify that the application and all required supporting materials have been submitted properly through LSAC. It is imperative that you confirm that your CAS report file is complete.

and has been sent to NCCU School of Law. Any material submitted after the deadline will not be processed and your file will be deemed incomplete and denied, notwithstanding the date when the Office of Admissions requests the transmission from LSAC.

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.