Admitted Students

Welcome to Aggieland! The information below will help you navigate your first year at North Carolina A&T. Bookmark this page and make sure you're aware of key dates and essential details. 

Important Dates and Deadlines

  • TBD: FAFSA Priority Deadline
  • 05/15/24: Intent to Enroll Deadline
  • 06/30/24: Official final transcripts due
  • New Freshman, Transfer and Non-Traditional New Student Orientation Dates - Click here


N.C. Residency

If you are claiming to be a North Carolina resident for tuition purposes, you must complete the Residency Determination Service (RDS) interview process and provide the Admissions office with their Residency Certification Number (RCN) from RDS.

For more info and to complete the RDS online interview, visit

New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation (NSO) is mandatory for all newly admitted students to make sure you get the most out of the Aggie Experience. Orientation begins prior to the fall semester. During orientation, you will receive information about academic requirements and expectations, campus resources, student services, meet with an academic advisor and register for courses.

You are strongly encouraged to complete a math placement test prior to your orientation. Please click here to learn more about math placement and the ALEKS PPL.

Click here to learn more about NSO, including dates for Summer 2023 orientation.

Tour Aggieland Anywhere

As you take your next steps toward attending college, we understand you are not always available to visit a college campus. North Carolina A&T has a solution: Experience N.C. A&T virtually!

Complete FAFSA Now

Need financial assistance to fund your college education? Start by completing the 2023-2024 FAFSA now. Be sure to include N.C. A&T school code #002905. You and parent(s) must request a Federal Student Aid ID to electronically sign the FAFSA. A Renewal FAFSA must be completed each academic year. For details regarding the FAFSA, click here.


Searching for assistance to help pay for college can be overwhelming. We can help ease some of the stress. Visit the sites below to get started on your scholarship search.


By North Carolina law, students must complete the new student immunizations requirements in order to become an enrolled. For more information, contact the Student Health Center at 336-334-7880 and find out what immunizations are needed prior to New Student Orientation by visiting the Student Health Center's website.