Please complete the registration form below. In addition to this form, a
residency application if
claiming N.C. residency for tuition purposes along with a letter of good standing from your Registrar or
Dean must be sent to the Law Registrar's office at the following address:
Law Registrar's Office
Van Hecke-Wettach Hall, CB# 3380
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3380
A PID Number (Person Identification Number) will be assigned to you upon admittance. UNC-Chapel Hill
no longer uses Social Security Numbers for Student ID purposes.
Please contact the Law Registrar's office if you have any questions.
Have you ever been expelled, dismissed, suspended, placed on probation, or otherwise subject to any disciplinary sanction by any high school, college,
university, graduate or professional school? (This includes information listed in your academic records as "FOR INFORMATION ONLY")
Have you ever received a citation for, been arrested for, charged with, convicted of, or pled guilty, no contest, nolo contendere, entered an Alford
plea, or otherwise accepted responsibility for a crime, or have you received a deferred prosecution or prayer for judgment continued, for any criminal
charge other than a minor traffic violation? This would include any charges of driving under the influence or any other drug or alcohol related offenses.
(Juvenile records that have been sealed or expunged need not be disclosed.)
Are there any criminal charges pending against you or are you presently under investigation for a crime of any kind? (This includes any charges of
driving under the influence or other drug or alcohol related charges)
Please address any other incident involving questions of your character that are not covered by the above questions.
Registration requests for Summer 2014
Under the University's system of self governance, every student carries the responsibility to obey and to enforce the Instrument of Student Judicial
Governance (Honor Code), which prohibits lying, cheating or stealing when those actions involve academic processes or University, student or academic
personnel acting in an official capacity; and which further prohibits conducting oneself in a manner which impairs significantly the welfare or the
educational opportunities of others in the University community.
I certify that the information I have provided is true and complete and that I will uphold the Honor System; that I will notify the Office of Admissions
by letter immediately if, after submission of this application and prior to enrollment, there is any change in the information that I have provided in
this application; that I will notify the Assistant Dean for Student Services by letter immediately if at any time after enrollment, there is any change
in the information asked on this application; that I am the author of the statements or additional information included with this application; and that
I understand the statements made herein are the basis upon which my application will be decided.
I understand that falsifying or withholding information in this application violates the policies of the School of Law. A violation of this policy
constitutes grounds for immediate withdrawal of my application from further admission consideration or cancellation of my offer of admission or dismissal
from the School of Law during my tenure as a law student. In the event that I fail to update this information by letter to the Assistant Dean for
Student Services subsequent to my matriculation, I understand that I will be subject to an Honor Code proceeding, suspension, and/or immediate dismissal
from the University of North Carolina School of Law.
By submitting this application, I certify that all information in this application is complete, accurate and truthful. I further understand that any
material submitted will not be copied or returned. I further acknowledge and understand that submitting this application constitutes a waiver of my
rights to acquire access to my application or any information contained within either personally or by anyone acting on my behalf.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is committed to equality of educational opportunity. The University does not discriminate in offering
access to its education programs and activities on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status,
sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. The Dean of Students (CB #5100, 450 Ridge Road, Suite 1106 (Student Academic Services Bldg.),
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-5100 or 919.966.4042) has been designated to handle inquires regarding the University's non-discrimination policies.