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Campus Tuition

Every year, the Tuition Review Advisory Committee (TRAC) [Co-Chaired by Provost Arden and Student Body President McKenzy Heavlin] prepare a one-year plan for tuition increases for the next fiscal year.

Tuition Increase Guidelines for 2023-24

The UNC System Board of Governors is allowing tuition increase proposals for the following groups:

  • Undergraduate Non-Residents
  • Graduate Residents
  • Graduate Non-Residents

* Campus cannot propose an increase to undergraduate, residents per Board of Governors guidance

Allocation of Tuition Increases:

The committee is currently reviewing increase and allocation percentages. This page will be updated with this information when available.

Tuition is allocated into four categories: (1) Need based financial aid, (2) Graduate Student Support Plan, (3) Improve Quality and Accessibility, and (4) Faculty Promotional Increases.

 Allocation PercentageAllocation Amount
Need Based Financial Aid
Graduate Student Support Plan
Improve Quality and Accessibility
Faculty Promotional Increases

Premium Tuition Recommendations 2023-24

The tuition review advisory committee is currently reviewing premium tuition amounts for the following programs:

Master of Biomedical Engineering, MedTech Innovation and Entrepreneurship

A premium tuition increase of $3,700 per year.

Master of Accounting

A premium tuition increase of:

  • $1,570.00 for NC Residents
  • $1,632.00 for non-NC Residents

The new premium tuition of the program, for both residents and non-residents:

  • $14,632.00

Master of Business Administration

A premium tuition increase of:

  • $1,700.00 for NC Residents
  • $1,215.00 for non-NC Residents

The new premium tuition of the program, for both residents and non-residents:

  • $15,825.00

Master of Management

A premium tuition increase of:

  • $1,700.00 for NC Residents
  • $1,215.00 for non-NC Residents

The new premium tuition of the program, for both residents and non-residents:

  • $15,825.00