Tuition and Fees - Main Campus

Fall 2017 - Spring 2018 Semester Rates

An additional $1,270.00 Mandatory Health Insurance charge will be included on your account unless you waive out of the semester premium charge.  The Mandatory Health Insurance premium rate will not be final until approved by the North Carolina Department of Insurance.For instructions on how to waive or enroll in Student Health Insurance. 

Undergraduate tuition and fee rates
Graduate tuition and fee rates
Special fees

Explanation of Required Fees


Graduate students - if your program of study is not listed below you will be charged at the general graduate rate which is listed above.

College of Arts + Architecture

College of Business

College of Business / Computing and Informatics

College of Computing and Informatics

College of Engineering

College of Health and Human Services

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Tuition rates are reviewed by the University's Board of Trustees and the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina System and set annually by the North Carolina legislature. Fees are reviewed and approved by the University's Board of Trustees with final approval pending the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina System review.

Tuition and Fees are billed by the semester for fall and spring terms and by credit hour for summer terms. Twelve or more credit hours are considered full-time for undergraduates and nine or more credit hours are considered full-time for graduates.

Post-Baccalaureate (PBS) students who enroll in undergraduate level courses are charged at the undergraduate rate for those courses. PBS who enroll in graduate level courses are charged at the graduate rate for courses for which they are registered. Tuition charges will initially be assessed at the graduate rate and students are responsible for full payment by the payment due dates. PBS registration will be reviewed after the add/drop period has ended and tuition charges will be adjusted for any undergraduate level courses being taken.