Chapel Hill, NC
103 South Bldg Cb 9100, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a public university located in Chapel Hill, NC. It is a respected and really competitive institution ranking 45th in the nation and accepting only 23% of applicants. It is a larger university with 17,387 full-time undergrads in attendance. UNC provides 57 available majors across six academic disciplines. The most common options are Communications, Biology, and Psychology, with 9% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Communications. 8% of students both study Biology or Psychology, independently. Its pharmacy program is ranked third in the United States, and its pharmacy, business, communications, education, and humanities programs all rank first in North Carolina. In addition, UNC comes in 1st in NC according to our top public universities list. For in-state students, sticker price tuition runs $9,436 per year. Applicants living in other states have to lay out $36,928. Before you rule out applying because of cost constraints, know that about 2/3rds of UNC undergrads acquire at least some scholarship or grant funding. 90% of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students culminate their learning with a degree, ready to start the subsequent phase of their lives: work. A couple years after college, graduates make an average annual income of $41,000. After another four years in the job market, the alumni's median annual income grows 35.6% to $55,600, which is 38.7% higher than the national median wage for individuals. Applicants may want to be conscious of the fact that the application deadline is January 15. What's more, UNC does not have a distance education program, and 40% of available classes are tiny, with only 2 to 19 students. In terms of your wallet, be aware that for households with a yearly income of $30k to $48k, the average net cost of tuition is $6,617 annually. Relating to demographics, 22% of undergrads come from a household with a yearly income less than $30k and 54% of professors are men. Relating to campus life, UNC has 11 men's varsity sports, such as basketball, lacrosse, and baseball. To conclude, six years after graduating, one out of four graduates take home $37,300 or less and under 5% of alumni default on their student loans.
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