The mission of the North Carolina Central University School of Law Registrar’s Office is to provide accurate academic record information and policy services to faculty, staff, students, central administration and external constituencies. The Registrar’s Office collects and disseminates student, course, instructional, and academic information through processes that ensure the integrity and security of all academic records particularly with regards to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) as set forth by the Federal Government. See FERPA for more information.
The Office of the Registrar offers numerous services to students and faculty year-round, including the following:
- Administer course registration and examinations;
- Maintain student records;
- Oversee the processing of institutional withdrawals and course withdrawals; and
- Manage the posting of all law grades in Banner.
For more information on withdrawal from the university click here.