Fall 2017 – Spring 2018 Undergraduate Fees
|Ed & Tech Fee||$54.91||$109.82||$164.73||$219.64|
|Campus Security Fee||$3.75||$7.50||$11.25||$15.00|
|COE Program Enhancement Fee||$187.50||$375.00||$562.50||$750|
Fall 2017 – Spring 2018 Graduate Fees
|Ed & Tech Fee||$73.21||$73.21||$146.41||$219.64|
|Campus Security Fee||$5.00||$5.00||$10.00||$15.00|
|COE Program Enhancement Fee||$249.98||$249.98||$499.95||$750.00|
All of the following tuition and fees are payable by the billing statement’s due date. Interest will be assessed on any unpaid balances, and accounts that remain unpaid are considered delinquent accounts.
Explanation of Tuition
Tuition receipts are used toward the total cost of instruction and other academic expenses. The annual undergraduate rate is $6,535 for North Carolina residents and $24,883 for nonresidents. The annual graduate rate is $8,492 for North Carolina residents and $23,967 for nonresidents.
Tuition Surcharge — 50 percent surcharge for degree-seeking students who exceed credit hour limits toward their degree
Explanation of Required Fees - Academic Year Rates
Required fees are used to fund the services, facilities and programs offered by the Student Center, Health Services, Department of Health and Exercise Studies, and Athletics Department. An itemization of required fees is available upon request.
Education and Technology Fee – This academic fee of $439.28 is used by colleges and schools to equip and operate computing and scientific laboratories which supplement classroom instruction.
School Fee – This fee of $5.00 for undergraduates is used by the student body to support student activities of each of the various schools. For graduate students, this fee of $17.00 is used by the graduate student association to support graduate student activities.
Campus Security Fee – This fee of $30 is used to assist in campus-based and UNC system-wide safety and new security initiatives, staffing and security measures.
Union Activities Board (UAB) – This fee of $19.63 supports the UAB which is the main programming body for the campus which is responsible for acquiring, scheduling, publicizing, and presenting films, speakers, and special events.
Student Publications and Media Fee – This fee of $27.00 is used to defray the cost of the various campus-wide student publications. At present, these include two student newspapers, a yearbook, a radio station, and “The Windover” (a literary magazine)
Student Government Fee – This fee of $15.50 is allocated to the Student Government for distribution to Campus organizations for activities that they deem are in the best interest of the student body.
Student Legal Services Fee – This fee of $16.50 funds the student legal services program which offers legal services to all students.
Student Center Operations – This fee of $127.39 supports the maintenance and operations of the Student Center facilities.
Student Center Programming Fee – This fee of $234.15 supports programming for the Student Centers and the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity.
Student Center Repairs and Renovations– This fee of $45.80 is used to maintain and upgrade the Talley Student Center, Price Music Center, Witherspoon Student Center, and Thompson Theater.
Sustainability Education and Operations Fee – This fee of $5.00 will be used to promote sustainability and green ambassador efforts.
Recreational Sports Fee – This fee of $167.35 is used to defray the cost of operating and maintaining the intramural recreational sports program and other physical education programs.
Association of Student Governments – This fee of $1.00 is charged at all UNC institutions to help finance the Association of Student Governments, a coalition of student leaders from across the state, and is to be used for administrative staff, travel and small stipends for student leaders.
Intercollegiate Athletics Fee – This fee of $232.00 provides partial support of the intercollegiate athletic program.
Student Health Services Fee – This fee of $392.00 is used by the University Health Center to offer medical and counseling services to students.
Transit Operations Fee – This fee of $193.00 partially funds the campus transit system.
Thompson Theater Building Indebtedness – This $38.00 fee is pledged to support renovation for the Thompson Theater Building.
Student Health Service – Expansion – This fee of $35.00 is pledged to support an addition for the Student Health Services Building.
Intercollegiate Athletics Indebtedness Fees – This $96.00 fee is used for the Department of Athletics in support of facility improvements, renovations, repairs and maintenance.
Carmichael Complex Addition and Renovation – This $92.50 fee is pledged to retire debt issued for the Carmichael Gymnasium Addition and Renovation.
Carmichael Complex – Indebtedness – This $23.00 fee is pledged to support repairs and renovations of outdated equipment and facilities at Carmichael Complex.
Student Center – Expansion – This fee of $260.00 is pledged to support the renovation of the Student Center Buildings.
Carmichael Complex – Expansion – This fee of $27.50 is pledged to support the Locker Room Renovation and Fitness Center Expansion.
COE Program Enhancement Fee – Students enrolled in the College of Engineering will be charged a COE Program Enhancement Fee. This fee is used for program and infrastructure improvements in the College of Engineering to ensure our engineering students are provided career-ready skills that continue to advantage them in the marketplace. Each semester, undergraduates will be charged $750.00 (12 or more hours), $562.50 (9-11 hours), $375.00 (6-8 hours), and $187.50 (0-5 hours). Each semester graduate students will be charged $750.00 (9 or more hours), $499.95 (6-8 hours), and $249.98 (0-5 hours).
Professional Golf Management Fee – This fee of $350.00 per semester ensures access for students in the PGM program to partnering golf facilities for the use of their golf course and golf practice facilities.
Music Lessons – Private (for credit) – This fee of $240.00 is used to support the Adjunct Professors that teach the one to one music lessons.
Common Reading Program Fee – This one time fee of $15.00 is charged to to all incoming Freshmen. Students must complete the reading and an assignment based on the reading before the start of classes.
Transfer Student Fee – This one time fee of $83.50 is charged to new undergraduate transfer students. This is a required fee that all enrolled students are billed. This is a mandatory fee that all enrolled students are billed, whether or not they attend orientation.
First-Year Student Fee – This one time fee of $289.00 is charged to new freshmen undergraduate and Agriculture Institute students. This is a required fee that all enrolled students are billed.
International Orientation Fee – Undergraduate – This one time fee of $200.00 is charged to new undergraduate international degree students during their first semester of enrollment.
International Orientation Fee – Graduate – This one time fee of $140.00 is charged to new graduate international degree students during their first semester of enrollment.
New Graduate Student Orientation Fee – This one time fee of $27.00 is charged to new Graduate students who are admitted and enroll in the Fall or Spring semester. This is a required fee billed to all newly enrolled graduate students regardless of their actual attendance at orientation.
Alcohol and Other Drug Education – This one time fee of $15 is charged to all new undergraduate students admitted in the Summer, Fall, or Spring, including freshmen, Agricultural Institute students, and new undergraduate transfer students. This mandatory fee is used to support alcohol and other drug education and prevention programs.
Internship Liability Insurance – Students enrolled in an internship course will be charged $15.00 for Fall 2017 and $13.00 for Spring 2018 for this insurance. Students enrolled in PEH/BIO 300 and Social Work internship courses will be charged $27.00 for medical professional coverage. The insurance provides coverage for an insured party that becomes legally liable to pay damages because of property damage, bodily injury or personal injury because of their participation in a university internship program. For additional information see: http://irm.ehps.ncsu.edu/other-insurance/intern-liability-insurance/
Late Registration Fee — The late registration fee is $100.00. Late registration starts November 14, 2017 and ends January 22, 2018 at 5:00 pm. The “late late” registration fee is $250.00 after January 22, 2018.