University of North Carolina 16 Campuses Academic Facts and Tuition Comparison

The University of North Carolina is a multi-campus public university system composed of all 16 of North Carolina's public universities, as well as the NC School of Science and Mathematics, the nation's first public residential high school for gifted students. Commonly referred to as the University of North Carolina system or the UNC system to differentiate it from the original campus in Chapel Hill.

University of North Carolina has 16 campuses in United States ( and Inhabited territory). Total 228,524 students are enrolled in one of those campuses for academic year 2016-2017. The average acceptance ratio over all campuses is 58.81% . The average graduation rate of the University of North Carolina campuses is 56.44% and the average student to faculty ratio is 15.50:1. In this comparison, we exclude NC School of Sciences and Mathematics because IPEDS does not include the school's data.
Table. University of North Carolina 16 Campuses Overview
Campus NameHighest DegreeStudent PopulationAcceptance Ratio Graduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
Appalachian State UniversityBoone, NC Doctor's degree18,295 66% 72% 16:1
East Carolina UniversityGreenville, NC Doctor's degree28,962 69% 61% 18:1
Elizabeth City State UniversityElizabeth City, NC Master's degree1,357 70% 37% 15:1
Fayetteville State UniversityFayetteville, NC Doctor's degree6,223 60% 32% 17:1
North Carolina A & T State UniversityGreensboro, NC Doctor's degree11,177 60% 43% 19:1
North Carolina Central UniversityDurham, NC Doctor's degree8,094 66% 43% 16:1
North Carolina State University at RaleighRaleigh, NC Doctor's degree33,755 50% 77% 15:1
AshevilleAsheville, NC Master's degree3,821 79% 62% 14:1
Chapel HillChapel Hill, NC Doctor's degree29,468 31% 91% 14:1
CharlotteCharlotte, NC Doctor's degree28,721 63% 57% 19:1
GreensboroGreensboro, NC Doctor's degree19,647 59% 54% 17:1
PembrokePembroke, NC Master's degree6,268 74% 36% 15:1
School of the ArtsWinston-Salem, NC Master's degree1,040 34% 62% 6:1
WilmingtonWilmington, NC Doctor's degree15,740 61% 72% 17:1
Western Carolina UniversityCullowhee, NC Doctor's degree10,805 40% 57% 16:1
Winston-Salem State UniversityWinston-Salem, NC Doctor's degree5,151 59% 47% 14:1
AverageTotal 228,52458.81%56.44%15.50:1

University of North Carolina 16 Campuses 2017 Tuition Comparison

Next table and chart illustrate the college costs including tuition & fees, books & supplies, and living costs of University of North Carolina 16 Campuses. The cost data officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education.
Undergraduate Graduate
The 2017 average undergraduate tuition & fees of is $6,843 for state residents and $21,104 for other students. The living costs are $12,431 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $12,372 when living off campus in average. In this year, Chapel Hill campus has the highest tuition and living costs of $49,980 based on out-of-state tuition & fees and on-campus living costs.
Table. Undergraduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between University of North Carolina 16 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Appalachian State University $7,136$21,652$700$11,105$11,666
East Carolina University $6,997$22,955$1,280$12,885$12,885
Elizabeth City State University $4,889$17,860$362$8,479$8,979
Fayetteville State University $5,085$16,693$400$10,496$10,496
North Carolina A & T State University $6,372$19,132$1,400$11,675$11,373
North Carolina Central University $6,132$18,590$1,500$13,903$14,303
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $8,880$26,399$1,082$13,077$13,077
Asheville $6,977$23,372$1,200$11,146$12,246
Chapel Hill $8,834$33,916$1,442$14,622$15,622
Charlotte $6,763$19,934$1,200$15,147$13,319
Greensboro $6,971$21,833$956$12,158$11,280
Pembroke $5,816$16,760$1,505$12,165$11,504
School of the Arts $9,139$24,609$1,250$12,850$12,850
Wilmington $6,951$20,920$1,104$15,058$13,228
Western Carolina University $6,737$17,130$2,151$12,032$12,616
Winston-Salem State University $5,804$15,915$1,300$12,099$12,513
Average$6,843$21,104$1,177$12,431$12,372
The 2017 average graduate tuition & fees of is $7,671 for state residents and $20,523 for other students. The living costs are $12,431 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $12,372 when living off campus in average.
Table. Graduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between University of North Carolina 16 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Appalachian State University $7,721$20,890$700$11,105$11,666
East Carolina University $7,288$20,179$1,280$12,885$12,885
Elizabeth City State University $5,464$18,526$362$8,479$8,979
Fayetteville State University $5,533$16,381$400$10,496$10,496
North Carolina A & T State University $7,447$19,852$1,400$11,675$11,373
North Carolina Central University $7,124$19,824$1,500$13,903$14,303
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $10,572$25,094$1,082$13,077$13,077
Asheville $7,754$23,756$1,200$11,146$12,246
Chapel Hill $11,606$28,817$1,442$14,622$15,622
Charlotte $7,278$20,449$1,200$15,147$13,319
Greensboro $7,753$21,202$956$12,158$11,280
Pembroke $5,924$16,181$1,505$12,165$11,504
School of the Arts $10,765$24,172$1,250$12,850$12,850
Wilmington $7,043$19,262$1,104$15,058$13,228
Western Carolina University $7,192$17,599$2,151$12,032$12,616
Winston-Salem State University $6,265$16,182$1,300$12,099$12,513
Average$7,671$20,523$1,177$12,431$12,372

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