Office of Undergraduate Admissions
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions upholds the University’s high standard to recruit, admit, and enroll domestic and international first-time college bound freshmen and transfer students, who have an outstanding array of academic credentials and extracurricular endeavors; very diverse socioeconomic, geographic, athletic, religious, cultural, racial, ethnic, and international backgrounds; and wide-ranging interests, achievements, experiences, talents, and beliefs. It is the University’s experience and judgment that this combination of students will foster a vibrant educational atmosphere and intellectual climate that provides the best educational experience for all students.
The freshman priority application for admissions deadline is February 1 for the fall semester and the spring semester is November 1. The priority deadlines for transfer students are April 1 for the fall semester and November 1 for the spring semester. International applicants are required to apply no later than February 15 for the fall semester and October 1 for the spring semester. All applications for admissions received after these deadline dates will be considered on a space available basis and we stress that all applicants honor these deadlines. Applications for admissions and a non-refundable application fee of $45.00 can be submitted electronically at https://aggieadmissions.ncat.edu/undergraduateadmissions/default.asp or via mail to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Applicants must submit the following supporting documentation along with their application for admissions:
- Official high school transcript sent from the institution directly to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
- Official transcripts, if applicable, from all previously attended college(s) sent from the institution directly to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
- Official results of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT) sent directly from aforementioned testing agency. The University’s CEEB code for the SAT report is 5003 and the code for the ACT report of 3060. Official scores listed on high school transcripts and student received reports may be utilized for admission consideration.
- The submission of a final or complete transcript from the last school attended is the responsibility of the student. Thus, the University reserves the right to withdraw any offer of admission if the applicant fails to satisfy all requirements prior to the beginningn of the first semester of enrollment. Students who have not fulfilledminimum admission requirements will be withdrawn from the University.
Notice of Admission and Confirmation
Prior to initial registration, all new freshmen must submit a final official high school transcript that indicates date of graduation, and all transfer students must submit all final official college transcript(s) to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
All new freshman and transfer students must comply with the State of North Carolina immunization requirements to enroll at North Carolina A&T State University. Immunization requirements are set by the State of North Carolina. Your state or country of origin may have different requirements. North Carolina law requires the Unviersity to suspend students who have not satisfied immunication requirements within 30 days from the beginning of classes for that semester. To obtain more information about the mandatory immunization requirement visit http://www.ncat.edu/student-affairs/healthservices/medical-records-files/index.html.
The University practices "rolling admission". The Office of Undergraduate Admissions renders an admission decision once the applicant file is complete and will timely notify the appliant in writing. Applicants who are granted admittance must notify the University by timely completion and submission of their Intent to Enroll form by May 1 or within ten days of receipt of their official acceptance letter. The Intent to Enroll form is included in the acceptance packet materials. Failure to comply with this phase of the admissions procedure may adversely affect the newly admitted student's capability to register for classes. Persons who are not granted admittance to the University are timely notified in writing.