I've heard rumblings that they want to raise tuition because they're getting a reputation of being a cheap school, which connotes a cheap education. I would ask them if they expect tuition to rise only with academic inflation and also if they're unsure, whether or not they will do something for current students with current cost expectations. Steer away from general, handy-wavy answers. That is, if they say tuition will only rise at a reasonable rate and they will do their best to meet the needs, that's just not good enough of an answer unless you're willing to pay twice as much (if not more) for the same education.
That said, they have a decent reputation in NC. Not anywhere else, obviously, but decent enough in NC. It's cheap enough, for now, that it won't be a big deal if you don't practice law (financially speaking) because it'd be a manageable amount of debt (unlike Campbell or Elon or Charlotte).