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The following tuition, fees, and living expenses are estimates to assist you with planning. These are the estimated amounts included in the financial aid budget and do not represent a student's actual expenses. The University Cashier's Office is responsible for billing tuition and has the most up-to-date amounts for charges. Please refer to their website for actual tuition and fee charges for a given academic year.
Financial Aid Budgets for Academic Year 2016-2017
|Tuition and Fees (Per Academic Year)
||Non NC residents
|Tuition and mandatory fees1
|Total (with living expenses)2
1Tuition and fees are finalized in the summer before each fall semester. This is an estimate of tuition and fee amounts for the academic year. For the most up-to-date tuition and fee information, visit the Cashier's Office website. Please note that tuition is expected to increase every academic year. For NC Residents the tuition increase will likely be between 8% and 12% each academic year until the 2016-2017 year.
2A student's total financial aid (scholarships, fellowships, and all education loans) cannot be more than the estimated
living expenses plus tuition and fees.
||Per academic year
|Federal Loan Fee
3Living expense estimates are based on reasonable cost of living for the Chapel Hill area. Students whose lifestyle choices
exceed the reasonable cost of living amounts are responsible for covering those choices through resources other than financial aid. Certain allowable
expenses can be added, with documentation of the cost. These include computer purchase (up to $1,700), day care (for children under 13 only), and
commuting (for students living more than 15 miles from campus).
|Additional Costs (academic year)
||Non NC residents
4Other fees include:
$345 orientation fees, which are billed through the University Cashier's Office and are reflected on the fall bill for tuition and fees.
$450 MBA Student Association (MBASA) dues are paid directly to the MBASA during the first week of classes.
|Additional Costs (Analytical Skills Workshop)
|Tuition and fees6
6Tuition and fees for ASW are based upon a student's actual enrollment. In order to be eligible for student loan
funding for ASW, students must enroll in at least 2 courses to be considered at half-time enrollment.
7Living expense estimates are based on reasonable cost of living for the Chapel Hill area. Students whose lifestyle
choices exceed the reasonable cost of living amounts are responsible for covering those choices through resources other than financial aid.
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Fellowships and Scholarships
Available to U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents and Non-U.S. Citizens
Available to U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents
Available to Non-U.S. Citizens