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University of North Carolina System

UNC System is a multi-campus university composed of 16 of North Carolina’s public institutions, spread across the state, each of which grant baccalaureate degrees, as well as the NC School of Science and Mathematics, the nation’s first public residential high school for gifted students. Each of the UNC System universities as well as the NC School of Science and Mathematics offers online programs where you can take individual classes, get certificates and even bachelors and master’s degrees.

The University of North Carolina Online Link to The University of North Carolina Online

The University of North Carolina Online is a full service resource portal to online eLearning programs offered by UNC System Universities. The site offers comprehensive descriptions of and contact, application, admission, resource and tuition and fee information for more than 200 online programs in 22 fields of study offered by the 16 constituent universities of one of the world’s most prestigious university systems.

* Also see: The University of North Carolina Online's Home Page

North Carolina’s Military Tuition Policy Link to North Carolina’s Military Tuition Policy

Active duty military and their dependents stationed in North Carolina qualify for in-state tuition. This generous tuition policy was established by the NC General Assembly for military personnel and their dependents, including military-specific initiatives designed especially for military personnel by the universities and community colleges. This link is to the N. C. General Statutes GS 116-143.3 which describes the the policy in detail on page 4.

Active-duty members of the armed services are charged in-state tuition while abiding in North Carolina because of their active military duty in the state. This applies to reservists too. “Abiding” means living here, even without intent to make it one’s permanent home. If subsequently reassigned outside North Carolina, the members continue to qualify for in-state tuition as long as they remain continuously enrolled in the program they were in prior to reassignment.

A dependent relative who shares the abode of a member of the armed services who is in North Carolina on active duty also qualifies for in-state tuition.

A legal resident will not lose residency status due to service in the military at locations outside the state.

See also Military Residency and Tuition

North Carolina Teacher Education Link to North Carolina Teacher Education

You can earn your education degree or qualify for teacher licensure online. This link provdes information for current and prospective teachers describing various routes to certification and licensure. There are more than 50 programs available to help you succeed as a teacher in North Carolina.

* Also see: North Carolina Teacher Education's Home Page

North Carolina Community College Comprehensive Articulation Agreement Link to North Carolina Community College Comprehensive Articulation Agreement

Starting your studies at a North Carolina community college may be the right choice for you. The North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement ensures that community college students who earn an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science degree or complete the 44 hours general education transfer core requirements will be accepted for admission at one of the sixteen campuses of The University of North Carolina.