UNC By the Numbers

While the numbers that follow give you the size and scope of our university’s students, faculty, programs and demographics, they also stand for each individual who is part of this amazing community of scholars, who are transforming the world through education, passion and relevant research.

11,936

Total university enrollment (Fall 2015)

9,394

Undergraduate

2,542

Graduate

Undergraduate Snapshot

 

87%


Full-time Students

Average Full-time Course load: 14.2 credit hours

First Generation:
34 percent are first in their family to attend college

Number of students living in residence halls: 3,193

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7,745

In-state

Graduate Snapshot

 
Licensure: 74
 
Doctoral: 640
 
Masters: 1,507
 
Unclassified: 194
 
Specialist: 127

Graduate and Undergraduate Ethnicity

  • 58.8% White
  • 15.5% Hispanic
  • 2.7 % Not Reported/Unknown
  • 3.7% African American
  • 3.3% Multi-racial
  • 13.8 % Non-US Citizen/International
  • 1.7% Asian
  • .3% Native American
  • .2% Hawaiian

Graduation Information

2015-2016 graduates: 2,134 Bachelor's; 737 master's and above.

Top 5 Undergraduate Degrees

Math

Interdisciplinary studies
(includes Elementary Education)
(15 percent)

Brief Case

Business administration
(9.7 percent)

Nursing

Nursing
(7.7 percent)

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Sport and Exercise Science
(7.6 percent)

Human Brain

Psychology
(6.2 percent)


Top 5 Graduate Degrees

Leader

Education
(16.3 percent)

Math

Special education
(13.7 percent)

Book

Sport and Exercise Science
(7.5 percent)

Speech Pathology

Speech Language Pathology
(6.2 percent)

Music

Music
(5 percent)

Tuition (2016-17)*

Resident Undergraduate:
$6,606

Resident Graduate:
$8,820 - $11,250

(Varies by program)

Non-Resident Undergraduate:
$17,652

Non-Resident Graduate:
$15,192 - $21,924

(Varies by program)

*Based on 12 credit hours per semester

Financial Aid (2016-2017 Estimate)

UNC offers financial solutions such as Grants, Scholarships, Student Employment and loans to help you bridge the gap between what you can afford to pay for your college expenses and the cost of attending. To view all available scholarships and aid available, it is recommended you visit the financial aid website.

Total Financial Aid Awarded:
$130.4 million

Employees and Administration

1,477

Total full-time employees

591

Total part-time employees

Kay Norton

President: Kay Norton,
2002-present

537

Full-time faculty

240

Part-time faculty

Student Radio

Student-to-faculty ratio: 16:1

Gavel

Governing board: Seven board members are appointed by the governor of the state, one faculty member is elected by the faculty and one full-time junior or senior student is elected by the student body.