How many transfer students do you hope to enroll this year? What factors do you consider when evaluating a transfer application?
The number of transfers who will enroll is unknown at this time. There are a number of factors that are considered – the first of which is that you have to have been able to be admitted to the UNC School of Law as a first year student.
Describe how the financial aid process works and what admitted UNC Carolina Law students can expect in terms of scholarships, assistantships, and loan repayment assistance.
You must complete the FAFSA. The scholarship process is based on the same information as the admissions process. There is no separate application. There are merit and need based scholarships available. UNC School of Law participates in the North Carolina Legal Education Assistance Foundation program. It is a loan repayment assistance program available to students who are serving underserved populations in the state of North Carolina. See www.ncleaf.org for more information.
Do you have any special instructions or advice for applicants who wish to visit your UNC Carolina Law campus?
If you wish to visit, please contact us three to four days in advance of your visit. You should plan your visit during the times that classes are in session to get the most out of your visit. It is very difficult to visit during final exams and over the various breaks throughout the school year.