Information on North Carolina resident status for tuition purposes is available from the UNC Charlotte Registrar’s Office.
Estimated Tuition & Fees for Fall 2018-Spring 2019
|North Carolina residents
|Non-Residents of North Carolina
The Office of Student Financial Aid administers several federal, state, and institutional financial aid programs available to graduate students at UNC Charlotte who complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA helps US Citizens and eligible non-citizens gain access to gift aid (repayment not required) such as grants, or self-help aid (direct repayment or service required), like loans and Federal Work-Study awards. The Office of Student Financial Aid must receive your completed FAFSA by March 1, for grant assistance consideration for the following academic year. To learn more about The Graduate School financial aid opportunities visit here.
Assistantship & Employment Opportunities
Gain valuable knowledge and experience related to your degree by fulfilling administrative, teaching, and research roles within the university. Stipends, responsibilities, selection criteria, application and notification procedures vary from department to department. Learn more about assistantships and employment opportunities here.