Tuition Structure for Distance Students
Know Your Tuition Status & Enroll in the Proper Section
Out-of-state online studentOut-of-state online students who lives outside of North Carolina , pay tuition for all online classes well below normal out-of-state rates.
To take advantage of those tuition rates, you must enroll in the X-campus sections of your courses.
In-state online studentsIn-state online students can pay distance-learning rates for all online classes, and avoid main-campus athletics and activities fees.
To take advantage of those tuition rates, you must enroll in the D-campus sections of your classes
If you are enrolled in the wrong sections of your courses
, you may be over billed for tuition and charged inappropriate athletics and campus activities fees. You may also be erroneously subject to the new health insurance requirement , which does not include distance-learning students.
To be enrolled in the proper section of general education courses:
- First enroll in the section that is open - your bill will not be correct at this point! .
- Then email your PHE advisor or the DCL registrar with your request to be switched into the correct sections of your classes.
- Include your full name and student ID number, as the registrars cannot fulfill a request for someone who is not positively identified.
Tuition Waivers for Students Over Age 65
Request Waivers Each Semester
The legislation that allows classes to be offered tuition-free to students over age 65 also requires the cashier's office to file a waiver form each semester, as an auditable form of payment. The waiver form must come from the admitting office, and it is the student's responsibility to request that form each semester.
- Degree-Seeking Students: Contact Undergraduate Admissions for waivers.
- Visiting Students: Contact Division of Continual Learning for waivers.
Financial Aid & VA Benefits
The Department of Public Health Education is not qualified to discuss your financial aid or veterans' benefits.
Financial AidStudents wishing to receive federal student aid should file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and then follow up with the UNCG Financial Aid Office . Students attending more than one institution in the same semester should apply through the parent institution (the one where you intend to receive your degree), and must inform financial-aid counselors of all enrollments.
Online students are eligible for federal student aid (primarily loans) based on actual cost of attendance:
- tuition and fees,
- books and supplies,
- and an optional one-time adjustment toward the purchase of a computer.
- living expenses,
- or transportation.
If you fail to do so, the Financial Aid Office can deny you further aid and block your ability to register for classes or graduate from the university.
Veterans' BenefitsVeterans' enrollment certification is handled in the University Registrar's Office. Contact the Veterans' Services Coordinator. See Veteran's Certification.
Tuition Payment Plans
- For students who early register the TuitionPay payment plan is available.