Interested in options for paying your bill? This page is designed to help guide you through the basics of making payments, applying your financial aid to your bill, and meeting your payment deadlines. For complete information on your student account:
Tuition and fees are due before the start of each term:
First Business Day in January
First business day in August
Bills for your student account are prepared on a regular basis (schedule below) and made available to you electronically on ACES. You will receive an e-mail each time a new e-bill is ready for you to review on ACES.
For complete cost information, graduate and professional students should visit their program's website. Undergraduate information is listed below.
Information for Undergraduates:
Standard undergraduate tuition, required fees, housing, and dining charges (per semester, fall and spring*)
Tuition & Required Fees
Tuition (Trinity College and Pratt Engineering)
Ung. First Time Registration (first year students only)
Student Activity Fee
Student Services Fee
Insurance* (assessed fall term)
Post Office Box Rental
Engineering Government Dues
Single – no A/C
Single – A/C
Double – no A/C
Double – A/C
Triple – no A/C
Triple – A/C
Central Campus 1 Bedroom (2 persons)
Central Campus 2 Bedroom (2 persons)
Central Campus 2 Bedroom Suite (2 persons)
Central Campus 3 Bedroom (3 persons)
Residential Programming Fee
First Year Board (required all first year students)
Plan F (non-residential)
Plan G (first year students only)
Plan H (first year students only)
Plan I (first year students only)
Plan J (Central Campus)
Due to recent changes to N.C. State Law, student meal plan purchases are subject to 7.5% sales tax. This will be billed to your spring bill as a separate line item based upon your meal plan amount. Please refer to the Student Affairs website for more information on this new law and how it impacts you.
*Insurance rate pending regulatory approval.
NOTE: The above tuition information assumes full-time status, which for billing purposes is considered three to five credits per term. Students attending less than three credits per term will be billed $5,954 per credit during the Fall and Spring Terms for 2015-16.
This schedule includes only standard charges for fall & spring tuition, required fees, housing, and dining. Additional charges may apply, including, but not limited to, charges based on registration (ex: athletics and music course fees), penalty charges/fines (late registration or payment penalties, library fines, parking violations), and other charges authorized/incurred by the student (parking permit, FLEX account deposits, additional dining plan charges).