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Your financial well-being is essential to your academic success. NC State University's Student Services Center offers services and resources to help you financially navigate your academic career.

Control Your Finances at NC State

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NC State is consistently recognized as one of the best values in higher education — and a worthwhile investment in the future.

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Tuition and Fees

NC State University student’s tuition and fees are determined by their classification, academic program, residency and courses.

Tuitions and Fee Rates

Tuitions and Fees Explanation

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Scholarships and Financial Aid

An NC State education is an investment in your future. Explore the links below to learn about the financial aid opportunities and responsibilities that will help you make the most of that investment.

Types of Financial Aid

Financial Aid is the resources provided to a student to meet his or her college expenses.

Financial aid funds may come from federal, state, institutional and private sources. There are two basic types of financial aid: gift funds (money that does not need to be repaid) and self-help funds (money that is borrowed and must be repaid, or earned while enrolled).

Financial Aid Eligibility

Many factors affect financial aid eligibility, including estimated costs, expected family contribution, financial need, and the conditions under which aid is offered.

Apply for Scholarships and Financial Aid

Get Financial Aid Counseling

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Calculating Finances

Bills, Payments and Refunds

Undergraduate Advance Enrollment Deposit

Once admitted, undergraduate students must confirm their enrollment by responding to our offer of admission through their wolfPAW account. Students will need to pay the non-refundable $300 advanced enrollment deposit to complete their enrollment and reserve their space in the class. 

Understand Your Bill

Get guidance on how to read your bill.

View Your Bill Online

NC State University currently uses eBILL, an electronic billing system, to notify students of their account information. An eBILL reflects the charges and credits applied to a student’s account as of the date the bill was created.

Pay Your Bill

NC State provides several methods for paying your tuition. Review your options, plus deadlines and payment plan information, below.

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