North Carolina State Schools Academic Key Facts Comparison

There are 2 public and 4 private schools in North Carolina State Schools. The average acceptance ratio of North Carolina State Schools is 32.67% where Duke University has the tightest rate of 11% and Elon University has the loosest rate of 60%. The average graduation rate is 88.00% and the average student to faculy ratio is 10.83:1 (9.23%). North Carolina State University at Raleigh has the highest student population of 33,755 where total 95,461 students are attending North Carolina State Schools.
Table. North Carolina State Schools Overview
NameType/LevelAcceptance RatesPopulation Graduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
Duke University
Durham, NC
Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
11% 15,735 95% 7:1
Davidson College
Davidson, NC
Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
20% 1,796 95% 10:1
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
Public
4 or more years
27% 29,468 91% 13:1
Wake Forest University
Winston-Salem, NC
Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
30% 7,968 88% 10:1
North Carolina State University at Raleigh
Raleigh, NC
Public
4 or more years
48% 33,755 77% 13:1
Elon University
Elon, NC
Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
60% 6,739 82% 12:1
Average32.67%95,461 (Total)88.00%10.83:1

North Carolina State Schools Undergraduate Tuition & Fees Comparison

The average undergraduate tuition & fees of North Carolina State Schools is $9,032 for state residents and $41,853 for out of state students in academic year 2017-2018. Duke University has the most expensive tuition & fees of of $53,500 and North Carolina State University at Raleigh has the lowest rates of $27,406. Next tables compare the undergraduate tuition & fees at North Carolina State Schools.
Table. North Carolina State Schools Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
NameIn-StateOut-of-State
TuitionFeesTotalTuitionFeesTotal
Duke University -$51,720$1,780$53,500
Davidson College -$49,454$495$49,949
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $7,019$1,986$9,005$32,602$1,986$34,588
Wake Forest University -$50,524$876$51,400
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $6,535$2,523$9,058$24,883$2,523$27,406
Elon University -$33,829$444$34,273
Average$6,777$2,255$9,032$40,502$1,351$41,853
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North Carolina State Schools Graduate Programs Tuition & Fees Comparison

The average graduate tuition & fees of North Carolina State Schools is $11,478 for state residents and $32,099 for out of state students in academic year 2017-2018. Duke University has the most expensive graduate tuition & fees of of $52,617 and Elon University has the lowest graduate tuition rates of $13,095. Next tables compare the graduate programs tuition & fees at North Carolina State Schools.
Table. North Carolina State Schools Graduate Program Tuition & Fees
NameIn-StateOut-of-State
TuitionFeesTotalTuitionFeesTotal
Duke University -$51,480$1,137$52,617
Davidson College ----
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $9,943$1,986$11,929$27,154$1,986$29,140
Wake Forest University -$38,650$490$39,140
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $8,492$2,523$11,027$23,967$2,535$26,502
Elon University -$13,095-$13,095
Average$9,218$2,255$11,472$30,869$1,230$32,099
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North Carolina State Schools Living Costs Comparison

The average living costs including room, board, and other living expenses of North Carolina State Schools is $15,341 when a student lives in campus such as dormitory and school apartments and $15,009 when living off campus.Next tables compare the living costs at 6 schools in North Carolina State Schools.
Table. North Carolina State Schools Living Costs Comparison
NameOn-Campus Living CostsOff-Campus Living Costs
Room & BoardOther ExpensesTotalRoom & BoardOther ExpensesTotal
Duke University $14,798$2,206$17,004 ---
Davidson College $13,954$1,775$15,729 $13,954$1,775$15,729
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $11,556$3,404$14,960 $11,556$3,404$14,960
Wake Forest University $13,926$2,400$16,326 $13,926$2,400$16,326
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $10,854$2,706$13,560 $10,854$2,706$13,560
Elon University $11,869$2,600$14,469 $11,869$2,600$14,469
Average $12,826$2,515$15,341 $12,432$2,577$15,009
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