(Subject to change without notice.)
Graduate Expenses: Per Semester - Regular Session
||In-State Tuition *
||Out-of-State Tuition *
||Out-of-State Total *
*Additional tuition for MBA and MSN of $215.00 per semester, based on full-time equivalency.
Note: The above charges include mandatory fees. Graduate students may have miscellaneous fees in addition to these, as shown below.
Miscellaneous Graduate Student Fees
|Application Fee (paid at the time of initial application; non-refundable)
|International Application Fee (paid at the time of initial application; non-refundable)
|Graduation Fee (cap, gown, hood, and diploma)
|Readmission Application Fee
|Reenrollment Late Payment Fee
|Returned Check Charge
Distance Education* - per credit hour
(including fees of $19.79 for Graduate Students)
*Plus Flat $25 Distance Education Instructional Support Fee for students exclusively online or remote sites
Residence Status for Tuition Purposes
North Carolina law requires students who are not residents of the State to pay a higher rate of tuition than that charged North Carolina residents. To qualify for in state tuition, the applicant must generally have lived in North Carolina for a minimum period of twelve months immediately prior to his or her enrollment in an institution of higher learning. During this twelve month period, the applicant's presence in the State must constitute legal residence in accordance with the University's guidelines as prescribed by the General Assembly.
Special waivers exist for U.S. military personnel. Military Waiver Forms are available for active duty U.S. military personnel and their dependents stationed in North Carolina. The student requesting in-state residence is responsible for being familiar with the contents of this document. Go to http://www.uncp.edu/admissions-aid/costs-financial-aid-information/residency-information for more information and form.
International students (i.e., non-US citizens seeking to attend the UNCP School of Graduate Studies) are subject to special regulations with regard to residency status, immigration procedures, and passport and/or visa requirements. Information is available in the UNCP Office of International Programs.