- About Tuition and Fees
- Charges for Attendance (Tuition and Fee Rates)
- Student Fees
- Tuition Surcharge
- Tuition Waiver
- Student Fee Waiver
- Prior Academic Year Rates and Important Dates
About Tuition & Fees
Tuition rates are set by the North Carolina Legislature. Fees are set through an on-campus process and approved by the Board of Trustees. To access the Use of Tuition Statement, please visit tuitioninfo.unc.edu.
Tuition and fees are assessed based on the student’s classification, which is determined by the program in which they are enrolled.
Charges for Attendance (Tuition and Fee Rates)
Oversight of tuition and student fee recommendations rests with the Tuition and Fee Advisory Taskforce (TFAT), which is co-chaired by the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost and the Student Body President. Due to the intricacies of student fees, the Student Fee Advisory Subcommittee (SFAS), a subcommittee of the TFAT, manages the student fee submission and review process. The members of the SFAS review the fee requests as a basis for their recommendations to the TFAT. The final decision on fee proposals to the University’s Board of Trustees remains with the Chancellor. Once Board of Trustee approval is received, the fee requests are then forwarded to the UNC System Board of Governors for consideration, except for Miscellaneous Charges, which only require the approval of the Chancellor and the President.
Fee Rates and Descriptions
The Student Fee Rates document provides detailed information about to which student fees are charged. Included in this document are both summary and detailed lists of fees that all students pay as well as a detailed list of fees that only certain students pay.
A list of Fee Descriptions is available to explain the abbreviated fees as they appear on a student’s bill. Details include the programs and services supported by each total fee.
Fees and Tax Reporting
For a list of fees excluded from Form 1098-T reporting, see the Student Tax Reporting page.
Effective Fall 2010, undergraduate students seeking a baccalaureate degree at UNC-Chapel Hill will be subject to a 50 percent tuition surcharge as required by the North Carolina General Statute Section 9.10.(b) § 116-143.7. Session Law 2009-451. Prior to Fall 2010, the surcharge is 25 percent. No surcharge will be imposed on any student who exceeds the degree credit hour limits within the equivalent of four academic years of regular term enrollment, or within five years of regular term enrollment in a degree program officially designated by the Board of Governors as a five-year program. As of Fall 2009, UNC-Chapel Hill has no five-year programs approved by the Board of Governors. Click here for further explanation of how degree credit hours are determined.
Tuition Waiver for UNC System Constituent Employees
Employee tuition waiver is available to employees of UNC-Chapel Hill and other UNC System campuses under certain conditions in accordance with the UNC-Chapel Hill’s Tuition Waiver policies. The University’s tuition waiver policy may be viewed by clicking here. Employees of other UNC System campuses should seek assistance from their campus Human Resources office on specific procedures and forms for using this benefit.
Employees seeking the waiver should be certain to confirm whether the tuition waiver applies to the particular program or school offering the course(s) of interest by contacting that program office directly. Not all coursework is eligible for the tuition waiver. For example, waiver of Summer School classes is only available to UNC-Chapel Hill employees and not employees of other UNC campuses.
Student Fee Waiver
The Request for Waiver of Student Fees form must be submitted to the Cashier’s Office for approval no later than the last day to drop a class for tuition credit (the term census date) for the term for which the waiver is being applied. UNC employees who have submitted a Tuition Waiver Application for Faculty/Staff form through the Office of Human Resources – Benefits office do not need to submit the Request for Waiver of Student Fees form to the Cashier’s Office for the same term. Information about our Fee Waiver Policy is linked here.
All links below are in PDF format.
- Academic Year 2013-2014 Tuition and Fees
- Summer 2013 Tuition and Fees
- Academic Year 2012-2013 Tuition and Fees
- Important Dates for Spring 2013
- Important Dates for Fall 2012
- Summer 2012 Tuition and Fees
- Important Dates Summer 2012
- Academic Year 2011-2012 Tuition and Fees
- Important Dates for Spring 2012
- Important Dates for Fall 2011
- Summer School 2011 Tuition and Fees
- Important Dates for Summer 2011
- Information about dropping a class for Summer 2011
- Important Dates for Spring 2011
- Important Dates for Fall 2010
- Academic Year 2010-2011 Tuition and Fees
- Important Dates for Summer 2010
- Summer School 2010 Tuition and Fees
- Important Dates for Spring 2010
- Important Dates for Fall 2009
- Academic Year 2009-2010 Tuition and Fee Rates
- Summer School 2009 Tuition and Fees
- Important Dates for Summer 2009
- Academic Year 2008-2009 Tuition and Fee Rates
- Important Dates for Spring 2009
- Important Dates for Fall 2008
- Summer School 2008 Tuition and Fee Rates
- Important Dates for Summer Sessions 2008
- Academic Year 2007-2008 Final Tuition and Fee Rates
- Important Dates for Spring 2008
- Important Dates for Fall 2007
- Summer School 2007 Tuition and Fee Rates
- Important Dates for Summer Sessions 2007
- Academic Year 2006-2007 Final Tuition and Fee Rates
- Important Dates for Spring 2007
- Important Dates for Fall 2006
- Summer School 2006 Tuition and Fee Rates
- Academic Year 2005-2006 Final Tuition and Fee Rates
- Summer School 2005 Tuition and Fee Rates
- Academic Year 2004-2005 Final Tuition and Fee Rates
- Summer School 2004 Tuition and Fee Rates
- Academic Year 2003-2004 Final Tuition and Fee Rates
- Summer School 2003 Tuition and Fee Rates
- Academic Year 2002-2003 Final Tuition and Fee Rates