Tuition and Fees
This year, the Tuition Review Advisory Committee (TRAC) [Co-Chaired by Provost Arden and Student Body President Jacqueline Gonzalez] has prepared a one-year plan for tuition increases for 2018-19.
Tuition Increase Recommendations for 2018-19
- 0% for Undergraduate Residents (New Cohort) ( $0)
- 4% for Undergraduate Nonresidents ($995)
- 5% for Graduate Residents ($425)
- 6% for Graduate Nonresidents ($1438)
Flat Tuition (0% increase) at Fall 2018 rate is guaranteed for all undergraduate in-state residents currently enrolled at the university. The Board of Governors is recommending a 0% increase in the future and even reductions, when applicable.
The committee recommends that the additional
- improve the quality and accessibility of the NC State educational experience: suggest allocating 64.7%
- provide funding for faculty promotional increases: suggest allocating $750,000 [which equals 8.8%]
- provide funding to the Graduate Student Support Plan: suggest allocating 26.5%
Premium Tuition Recommendations 2018-2019
Premium Tuition is additional tuitions for specific programs
- Increase by $1000 for the 2018-2019 year for Master of Accounting
- New tuition premium of $4300 per year effective Fall 2018 for the following degree program:
- Joint Department Biomedical Engineering – MS – Train, Translation of Innovation
For the Student Body President’s reports on the Tuition Review Advisory Committee, click here.
Students fees are determined by the Fee Review Committee which is co-chaired by the Vice Chancellor of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (Dr. Mike Mullen) and the Student Senate President (Jamie Plummer).
Fee Increase Recommendations
- Student Media ($3.00)
- Student Government ($0.35)
- Student Center Operations – DASA ($2.23)
- Student Center Operations – CE ($0.00)
- Student Center Repair & Renovation – DASA ($2.10)
- Student Center Programming – DASA ($8.46)
- Student Center Programming – OIED ($0.50)
- Sustainability Fee ($0.50)
- Student Health Services ($20.00)
- Transit ($12.00)
A summary can be found in Tab 7.2A Page 79 of the Board of Trustees materials for November 2016. These fees are detailed individually in Tab 7.2A Pages 86-96 of the Board of Trustees materials for November 2016.
Total fee increases: $49.14 (1.99%)
Fees subject to 3% cap*: $37.14 (1.62%)
*Transit ($12.00 increase) is not included in the mandatory fee cap
Engineering Program Enhancement Fee ($1500/year)
- Applies only to engineering students; note that there are some engineering majors not in the College of Engineering, students in those majors will also pay the fee
- Applies to all levels of engineering students (undergrad, masters, Ph.D.)
- This fee is $1500/year. It has been phased in; i.e., $500 in 2015-16, $1000 in 2016-17, and now $1500 for 2017-18 and will remain at that $1500/year rate for the indefinite future.
- This is a special fee which did not go through the Fee Review Committee. The justification for this fee is to expand educational opportunities for the university’s engineering programs.
This fee is shown in Tab 7.2A Page 97-98 of the Board of Trustees materials for November 2016.
Tuition and fees are vetted in their respective university committees Tuition and fees are vetted in the Senate of Student Government Recommendations are sent to the Chancellor
- Chancellor’s recommendations are sent to the Board of Trustees (BoT)
- The recommendations are sent to the Board of Governors at UNC-General Assembly for approval
- The recommendations are sent to the North Carolina General Assembly for approval