Use of Tuition Statement
All need-based financial aid shown above is supported solely through tuition receipts.
- Academic & Institutional Support – funds academic and operational administration including University leadership and business functions such as finance, human resources and legal services
- Instruction – primarily faculty salaries and benefits, supports all aspects of the direct academic mission of the University
- Need-Based Financial Aid – provides tuition-related aid to students with a demonstrated financial need
- Student Services – encompasses the student-related administrative needs of the University including admissions, registrar, academic counseling and career counseling
- Operation & Maintenance (O&M) of Plant and Other Expenses – contributes to the operation and maintenance of the physical plant, utilities and IT infrastructure
Regular Term Full-Time Tuition
|$7,019.00||$35,580.00||Annual full-time tuition rate|
|Athletics||$279.00||$279.00||Funds intercollegiate athletics, including salaries and team operations.|
|Educational & Technology||$442.30||$442.30||Funds specialized instructional supplies and services for scientific and information technology equipment.|
|Health Services||$410.15||$410.15||Funds medical services for students, including the salaries, maintenance and operation of student health centers.|
|Student Activities||$394.16||$394.16||Funds non-academic student services (student unions, intramural facilities, student organizations, newspapers, yearbooks, and entertainment programs).|
|Campus Security Fee||$60.00||$60.00||Funds campus safety and security initiatives, including salaries, training, and operations.|
|Debt Service||$146.85||$146.85||Funds the principal and interest for capital projects. Examples for UNC-Chapel Hill include the Rams Head Recreation Center, Student Dining, Student Union, and IM fields.|
|Total Tuition and Fees||$8,751.46||$37,312.46|
Beginning in August 2017, resident undergraduate tuition is frozen for students who remain continuously enrolled for eight semesters.
In the year ended June 30, 2022, UNC-Chapel Hill received approximately $525 million in appropriations from the North Carolina General Assembly, providing an additional $24,440 towards the total cost of education for each resident student.