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2017/18 and 2018/19 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees (per semester)

Tuition rates are subject to change by the General Assembly.

Undergraduate Students

Credit Hours

per Semester

2017-18 & 2018-19

In-State Residents

2016-17 Fixed Tuition

In -State Residents*

Out-of-State Residents
12+ (full time) $3,572.50 $3,532.00 $11,934.00
9 - 11 $2,687.50 $2,657.13 $8,958.63
6 - 8 $1,802.50 $1,782.25 $5,983.25
1 - 5 $917.50 $907.38 $3,007.88

Parent's wishing to make a payment online will need to be setup as an Authorized User in ePayment located in the Student's OnePort account.

*Beginning in 2016-2017, each entering class of North Carolina resident undergraduates has “fixed tuition” — a rate locked in for eight consecutive semesters. See 'North Carolina Fixed Tuition Program' below for additional information.

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If you would like to request a payment deferment, please complete the Spring 2018 Payment Deferment Request Application. You will need to be logged into your UNCA email account in order to complete the form.

Summer 2018 Costs

Summer Tuition and Fee Costs (per credit hour):

Student Type Cost per Credit Hour
Undergraduate, In-State Resident $296.80
Undergraduate, Out-of-State Resident $624.80
Graduate, In-State Resident $397.80
Graduate, Out-of-State Resident $869.80

Distance Learning Student Costs:

Student Type Cost per Credit Hour
Undergraduate, In-State Resident $155.81
Undergraduate, Out-of-State Resident $720.77

Summer Housing Costs:

Term Weeks Dates Cost
I 4 6/4/18 - 7/4/18 $650.00
II 4 7/4/18 - 8/3/18 $650.00
III 6 6/4/18 - 7/18/18 $975.00
IV (Mostly Internships) 8 6/4/18 - 8/3/18 $1300.00


Billing and Due Dates

Term Billing Date Due Date
Fall July 10th August 1st
Spring November 23rd December 15th
Summer April 20th May 20th

Students are expected to pay any portion of their bill that will not be covered by financial aid, scholarships, Voc Rehab, VA benefits, or a payment plan by the due date.

Students Who Are Not Registered by Billing Date

Students who register or add classes resulting in additional charges after the due due will be expected to pay the charges at that time.

North Carolina Fixed Tuition Program

As a benefit to North Carolina resident students, the UNC System is implementing the Fixed Tuition Program as defined by North Carolina General Statute § 116-143.9. Beginning with the fall 2016 semester, incoming UNC Asheville in-state undergraduate degree-seeking students are eligible for the same tuition rate for eight continuous enrollment semesters. Incoming transfer students are eligible for the same tuition rate for eight continuous enrollment semesters less the number of equivalent transfer semesters. Required fees are not included in the tuition rate and may increase annually.

As a one-time provision, currently enrolled in-state undergraduate degree-seeking students at UNC Asheville are also eligible for the same tuition rate for eight continuous enrollment semesters, less the number of semesters they have attended previously, less the number of equivalent transfer semesters.

Continuous enrollment is defined as a student being consecutively enrolled at UNC Asheville for the fall and spring semesters in courses creditable toward a baccalaureate degree. Students are not required to be enrolled during the summer term(s) to maintain continuous enrollment. 

One equivalent transfer semester is defined as 0-15 hours of accepted transfer credit post high school. 

When a student is not enrolled in two consecutive semesters, excluding summer, at UNC Asheville they will lose their eligibility for their existing fixed tuition rate. The student can take advantage of fixed tuition later, but their eligibility must be recalculated and will reflect the prevailing tuition rate at the time they return.

The statute includes some flexibility regarding students who encounter a substantial disruption in their continuous enrollment due to military service obligation, serious medical debilitation, short-term or long-term disability, or other extraordinary hardship.

For more information see our Fixed Tuition Website.

2018/19 Residence Hall & Meal Plan Charges

Resident Meal Plan $2,046.00
Standard Double - Founders Hall, Governors Hall, Mills Hall, South & West Ridge Halls $2,644.00
Double - Overlook Hall $2,719.00
Double - New Apartment-Style Residences $3,578.00
Single - Governors Hall/Village $3,364.00
Single - Overlook Hall $3,464.00
Single - New Apartment-Style Residences $4,028.00
Year Round - New Apartment-Style Residences (Double) $4,571.00
Year Round - New Apartment-Style Residences (Single) $5,146.00

*Charges per semester

2017/18 Graduate & Distance Learning Costs (per semester)

Graduate Student Costs:

Graduate Students In-State Residents Out-of-State Residents
9, 10 or 11 semester hours (full time) $3,968.50 $12,129.50
6, 7 or 8 semester hours (3/4 time) $2,984.50 $9,105.25
3, 4 or 5 semester hours (1/2 time) $2,000.50 $6,081.00
1 or 2 semester hours (1/4 time) $1,016.50 $3,056.75

Distance Learning Student Costs:

Distance Learning Students In-State Residents Out-of-State Residents

Undergraduate Cost (Per Credit Hour)

$155.81 $720.77

Lateral Entry Teacher Licensure Cost Website

  • Lateral entry teachers pay the distance learning costs.
  • Payment is due on the first day of classes.