Prospective Undergraduate Student submits this online form and uploads supporting documentation.
Current Undergraduate Student submits application and supporting documentation to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current/Prospective Graduate Student submits application and supporting documentation to: email@example.com
ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. INCOMPLETE FORMS WILL BE RETURNED.
If a question is not applicable to your situation, type "Not Applicable" or "N/A."
TYPE OR PRINT ALL RESPONSES.
If you need more space to answer, indicate "see attached" in the space provided, and use seperate additional sheets, numbering your responses the same as the corresponding question and send these sheets with this application form.
BE COMPLETELY ACCURATE
to the best of your knowledge and understanding. Knowing falsification of your respones may subject you to disciplinary action including dismissal from the institution. When "date" is requested, provide month, day, and year.
SIGN AND DATE
the application where indicated to make those acknowledgements and certifications necessary to render this a viable application.
ATTACH THE REQUIRED AFFIDAVIT OR G.I. BILL LETTER OF ELIGIBILITY.
Copy of DD214 (Member Copy 4)
Copy of G.I. Bill Certificate of Eligibility or proof that you have been approved for G.I. Bill benefits (application confirmation sheet from VA E-benefits account)
Proof of abode in North Carolina (proof of abode includes, but is not limited to: copy of lease, a letter from landlord, copy of utility bill, or verification of on campus housing).
Under North Carolina General Statue Section (G.S.) 116-143.3A certain veterans and other individuals entitled to federal education benefits under 38 U.S.C. Chapter 30 or 38 U.S.C. Chapter 33 may be eligible to be charged the in-state tuition rate and applicable mandatory fees for enrollment without satisfying the 12-month residency requirement under G.S. 116-143.1.
You can view a copy of the North Carolina State Residence Classification Manual for the statutory and related regulatory conditions at: http://www.northcarolina.edu/?q=legal-affairs/state-residence.