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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Tuition
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Tuition

A breakdown of tuition costs for attending University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Highlights

Total in-state cost of attendance is
$23,811
and out-of-state cost of attendance is
$49,994
per year
The university earns
$86,502
and spends
$68,304
per full-time enrolled student, resulting in a
net profit
of
$18,198
per student
On average, male professors earn
$126,339
per year and female professors earn
$114,641
per year

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Total On-Campus Cost Per Year
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Breakdown of On-Campus Costs per year
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What the university spends money on per full-time student
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Created with Highcharts 9.2.2InstructionResearchInstitutional supp...Academic supportPublic serviceStudent services

What the university earns (revenue) per full-time student
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University instructor's salaries breakdown
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