Announcements

The Magical Journey of STEM Podcast

Podcast #1 – The Class of 2026 Application is open! Join us as we discuss important dates during the application process.

Podcast #2 – Join Kinesha and Tracy as they walk you through the steps of the application.

Podcast #3 – In this two-part podcast, we welcome a very special alum, Tony-nominated Mr. Lamar Richardson. (Part 1) (Part 2)

Podcast #4 – Kinesha and Tracy discuss the closing steps of the application, including the Blackbaud system.

Podcast #5 – The man, the myth, the legend, Chancellor Dr. Todd Roberts, joins Kinesha to answer some important questions.

Podcast #6 – Kinesha and Tracy break down congressional districts and why they are essential to our selection process.

Podcast #7 – Summer is just around the corner! Meet Gina and Gerri as they discuss all of the exciting events taking place this summer at NCSSM.


Class of 2027 Application Information

The application process for the Class of 2027 will open on Tuesday, October 15, 2024, and close on Sunday, January 5, 2025, at 11:59 PM.

Standardized Testing (SAT and/or ACT) Waived

At this time, a decision regarding standardized testing for the class of 2027 has not been determined. The NCSSM Admissions office is preparing as if standardized testing requirements will return.


Meet Your Admissions Representative

Wondering who your Admissions Representative is? View the recording here to learn who you will work with throughout the 2023-24 NCSSM application process.


NCSSM Graduates Receive Guaranteed Admission and Waived Tuition to UNC System Universities

The UNC System Board of Governors approved a new policy guaranteeing residential program graduates admission to any UNC System institution — which includes 16 universities across North Carolina. Additionally, the state budget passed by the NC General Assembly and signed by the governor includes both a four-year tuition grant for NCSSM graduates to attend a UNC System institution and a provision for state payment of AP testing fees for NCSSM students. For more information, please view our FAQ document.