Presentation on student charges - University of North Carolina

Report
2014-15 Tuition & Fees
Presented to:
Board of Trustees
December 2, 2013
1
Table of Contents
Overview of BOG Guidance
2
Pages 3 - 6
Tuition Recommendations – Details
7 – 10
Mandatory Student Fees
11 – 19
Room + Board Rates
20 – 26
Summary of Changes / Compliance w/ BOG Guidance
27 – 31
Overview of BOG Guidance
3
BOG Guidance
Year 4 of 2nd 4-Year Plan
 Maximum Allowable Increases - 6.5% (undergraduate resident students)
 Tuition – reduced by 1% for every 1% increase in appropriations / FTE above the
historic 6% rate.
 Fees – applies only to general fees (no debt service)
 Combined tuition & fee rates for resident undergraduates shall remain within the bottom
quarter of each campus’ public peers, as approved by Board of Governors.
 In addition, combined rates for non-resident undergraduate students should be market-
driven...
4
BOG Guidance (cont.)
Student Involvement
5

Collaboration
 Committee co-chaired by Provost and Student Body President
 UNCW: Provost & SGA Vice President

Inclusiveness
 Student representation should be diverse, comprised of students representing various populations on the
campus.
 UNCW: SGA, GSA, Non-traditional students

Transparency
 Establish multiple communications methods to inform students (social media, websites, facebook, etc.)
 UNCW: Websites (Budget Office, SGA), Facebook, Twitter

Timeliness
 Start appointing committees, scheduling forums, using social media outlets, etc. …involve
students...beginning October 1 through December 1st of each academic year.
 UNCW: Two student forums (10/15 and 10/17)
BOG Guidance (cont.)
Cost of Student Textbooks
 BOG Guidance directive:
 “…if institutions do not show satisfactory effort towards lowering the cost of
textbooks, they will not be allowed to increase tuition and fee rates.”
 BOG has set three (3) criteria dealing w/ textbooks:
 Calculations of average textbooks costs for undergraduate students
 A progress report on the implementation of guaranteed buyback or rental program
 Calculations of on-time adoptions rate by faculty
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FY 2014-15
Campus-Initiated Tuition Increases
7
Committee Considerations

Undergraduate Students:
 Residents – President Ross has indicated that he does not intend to recommend any campus-initiated
tuition increases
 Non-Residents – Through SL 2013-360 legislature approved, for UNCW, a 12.3% tuition increase in
FY 2014-15 ($1,988.01 increase)
 Increase in revenue offset by loss of appropriations (~ $3.5M)

Graduate Students:
 Analysis shows that graduate student enrollment still highly inelastic…i.e., demand decreases as
tuition increases
 Due to the small number of graduate students any nominal rate increase generates very few dollars

Requirements:
 The campus did not submit any requests for new tuition revenue
 The committee discussed but elected not to propose any additional requests
 Unified Budget Process – programmatic budget needs won’t be developed until next spring
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Committee recommendations: request no Campus Initiated Tuition Increases for FY
2014-15
Expected FY 2014-15 Tuition Rates
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FY 13-14 Rate
Expected Increase
FY 14-15 Rates
% Increase
$4,026.00
$0.00
$4,026.00
0.0%
$16,162.72
$1,988.00
$18,150.72
12.3%
$4,162.74
$0.00
$4,162.74
0.0%
$16,098.18
$0.00
$16,098.18
0.0%
$4,972.28
$0.00
$4,972.28
0.0%
$16,640.26
$0.00
$16,640.26
0.0%
$4,744.58
$0.00
$4,744.58
0.0%
$16,640.26
$0.00
$16,640.26
0.0%
Undergraduate Students

In-State

Out-State
Graduate Students

In-State

Out-State
MBA Students

In-State

Out-State
MSA Students

In-State

Out-State
FY 2014-15 U/G Non-Residents
 S.L.2013-360 increases FY 14-15 tuition for undergraduate non-
resident students, as follows:
 12.3% increase:
 NCA&T, UNC-CH, UNCW and UNC-SA
 6.0% increase:
 ASU, ECU, ECSU, FSU, NCCU, UNCA, UNCG, UNCP, WCU, WSSU
 No increase:
 NCSU, UNCC
 The revenue generated ($27.2M) through tuition increases will be offset by a
corresponding reduction to each institution’s appropriations (no new funds).
 UNCW: ~ $3.5M
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Mandatory Student Fees
FY 2014-15
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General Fees (subject to 6.5% cap) (Cap = $116.46)
General Fees - … shall be fixed by the Board of Governors upon the recommendation of the
Chancellor and the President.
Current Fee
2013-14
$538.55
Proposed Fee
2014-15
$654.55
Requested
Increase
$116.00
Health Services
190.50
190.50
n/a
Student Activities **
664.15
664.15
n/a
Educational & Technology
398.50
398.50
n/a
$1,791.70
$1,907.70
$116.00
Athletics
Total request:
** Student Activities: Student Support, Media, SGA, Union, Campus Recreation, Postal, Athletic Facilities,
Cultural Events, ID/Debit Card, Leadership, Commencement
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General Athletics Fee
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Institutions:
FY 13-14
North Carolina Central
University
$748.88
UNC-Asheville
$700.00
Western Carolina University
$688.00
UNC-Charlotte
$683.00
Appalachian State University
$668.00
North Carolina A&T State
University
$663.00
East Carolina University
$631.00
UNC-Pembroke
$624.00
UNC-Greensboro
$622.00
Fayetteville State University
$618.00
Elizabeth City State
University
$585.54
Winston-Salem State
University
$579.00
UNC-Wilmington
$538.55
UNC-Chapel Hill
$279.00
North Carolina State
University
$232.00
2013-14 Fee
$538.55
2014-15 Request
$654.55
Requested
Increase
$116.00
% Change
21.6%
Committee Recommendations / Comments: $116.00 (21.6% increase)
 Recommend full funding for the following:
 Personnel ($331K)
2 medical trainers, Associate AD – Business, teaching responsibilities
removed, salary equity increases – trainers, baseball
Spirit group ($40K) – travel, operating
Scholarships ($263K) – 2% increase each year for three years
Transportation alternatives ($25K)– professional buses versus coachdriven vans
Marketing ($20K) – raise sponsorship support
Balance the overall budget ($621K)
 Sports medicine trainer
 Assistant golf coach
 Resume IMG contract
 Pep Band Director stipend
 Reduce Men’s Basketball guaranteed game requirement
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Indebtedness Fees
Institution
UNC-Greensboro
$707.00
UNC-Charlotte
$635.00
North Carolina State University
$554.50
Appalachian State University
$546.00
Winston-Salem State University
$460.00
UNC-Wilmington
$448.40
Western Carolina University
$387.00
East Carolina University
$318.00
Fayetteville State University
$315.00
UNC-Asheville
$310.00
UNC-Pembroke
$210.00
North Carolina School of the Arts
$200.00
North Carolina A&T State University
$188.00
UNC-Chapel Hill
$185.85
North Carolina Central University
$120.00
Elizabeth City State University
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$0.00
2013-14 Fee
$448.40
2014-15 Request
$381.00
Requested
Increase
($67.40)
% Change
-15.0%
Fee decrease supports the following:
 Recreation Expansion
 Union Expansion
 Westside (DePaolo Hall)
 Totals

Current fee
216.40
212.00
20.00
$448.40
Proposed fee
201.00
175.00
5.00
$381.00
Change
(15.40)
(37.00)
(15.00)
($67.40)
Justification:
 Reviewed both enrollment and interest rates in financing models to refinance
debt at more favorable interest rates
 Proposed reductions and modeled future revenues have been “stress-tested”
Proposal to Reduce Student Debt Service Fee
Assumptions:
- 11,450 Students (FTEs)
- 0% Federal Interest Rate Subsidy
Debt by Funding
Source
318495
Westside
319195
Union
319185
Rec Center Exp
Annual Revenue Required
Bond Series
June 30, 2013
Series 2006A
Retire 10/1/2021
9 years remaining
Prncpl & Int Remaining
Fund Balance
Series 2006A,2010C, 2012
Retire 10/1/2033
21 years remaining
Prncpl & Int Remaining
Fund Balance
Series 2010C, 2010D
Retire 10/1/2039
27 years remaining
Prncpl & Int Remaining
Fund Balance
Assuming 11,450 students
2013-2014
Fee
Fee
Reduction
$1,190,865
$638,811
$552,053
$61,339
$5.00
$20.00
$15.00
$45,116,204
$3,131,144
$41,985,060
$1,999,289
$175.00
$212.00
$37.00
$66,411,134
$4,365,596
$62,045,538
$2,297,983
201.00
$216.40
$15.40
$381.00
$448.40
$67.40
TOTAL
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Annual Student
Debt Fee Required
$
Student Census Trends
Fall 2012
Census
Headcount
FTE
Spring 2013
Census
Headcount
FTE
2,464
2,747
3,076
3,773
172
116
1,385
2,455
2,697
2,975
3,543
85
103
1,022
1,670
2,479
3,008
4,102
155
117
1,381
Total
13,733
Debt Fee Paying (Excl IBHS)
12,880
12,912
12,777
Class
Freshmen
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Special Undergrad
Isaac Bear HS
Graduate
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1,663
2,447
2,909
3,872
84
102
1,015
FY 2013
Census
FTE
Fall 2013
Preliminary Census
Headcount
FTE
2,059
2,572
2,942
3,708
85
102
1,018
2,250
2,877
3,151
3,897
143
110
1,509
12,091
12,485
13,937
11,989
12,383
2,244
2,835
3,048
3,675
82
84
1,143
Spring 2014
Pro Forma FTE
92%
2,064
2,608
2,804
3,381
76
77
1,052
FY 2014
Pro Forma
FTE
2,154
2,721
2,926
3,528
79
80
1,098
13,110
12,061
12,586
13,027
11,984
12,505
Student Feedback
 Student Government Association held two open forums
 10/15 & 10/17 in midday and evening hours
 Locations: Fisher Student Union and Leutze Hall
 Additional student polling was also utilized
 Both midday and evening hours
 Locations: Fisher Student Union (Hawk’s Nest) and Wagoner Dining Hall
 While debt service fee reduction was discussed with students, SGA felt it important
to get student’s thoughts /concerns on Athletics fee “by itself ”
 Results
 $116 Athletics Fee Increase: 68.03% In favor (200 votes), 31.97% Opposed (94
votes)
 294 students polled
 Student Government members remained neutral
 Did not vote in these polls
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FY 2014-15 UNCW Mandatory Fee Requests
Committee
Current Fee
Recommendation
2013-14
2014-15 Increase
$538.55
$654.55
$116.00
Health Services
190.50
190.50
0.00
Student Activities
664.15
664.15
0.00
Educational & Technology
398.50
398.50
0.00
448.40
381.00
(67.40)
0.00
0.00
0.00
$76.00
$76.00
0.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
$2,317.10
$2,365.70
$48.60
General Fees (Part of 6.5% Cap)
Athletics
Indebtedness (Excluded from 6.5% Cap)
Special Fees (Excluded from 6.5% Cap)
Miscellaneous (Excluded from 6.5% Cap)
Transportation
Association of Student Govt (ASG)
Total request
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FY 2014-15 UNCW Mandatory Fees = 2.1% increase
$116.00
<6.5%>
FY 2014-15 – Combined Tuition & Mandatory Fees
Undergraduate Resident (Academic Year):
 Regular Term Tuition
 Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Total – Tuition + Mandatory Fees
FY 2013-14
$4,026.00
FY 2013-14
$4,026.00
Change
$0.00
1,791.70
448.40
0.00
77.00
$6,343.10
1,907.70
381.00
0.00
77.00
$6,391.70
116.00
(67.40)
0.00
0.00
$48.60
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Undergraduate Non-Resident
$18,479.81
$20,516.41
$2,036.60

Graduate Resident
$6,479.84
$6,528.44
$48.60
0.75%

Graduate Non-Resident
$18,415.28
$18,463.88
$48.60
0.26%
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0.77%
11.02%
Room + Board Rates
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Proposed Room Rates
Housing Types (Per Semester)
2013-14
2014-15
Increase
$2,402
$2,474
$72.00
Suite Double rooms
Honors, International, Double Suite, Cornerstone
$2,716
$2,797
$81.00
Apartments and Single Suites
$2,909
$2,996
$87.00
Seahawk Crossing
4-, 6-, 8-person suites
$3,035
$3,156
$121.00
Year-Round Leases (Annual Rates)
SeahawkVillage / Landing
Two-Bedroom
Three-Bedroom
Four-Bedroom
$7,804
$7,584
$7,264
$8,117
$7,887
$7,556
$313.00
$303.00
$292.00
Seahawk Crossing
$7,284
$7,575
$291.00
Double rooms
Belk, Galloway, Graham, Hewlett, Schwartz
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FY 2014-15 rates increases over FY 2013-14: 3.0% - Housing Services Main; 4.0% - Seahawk Complexes)
Room Rate Justification
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
Research of housing rates:
 Comparable to UNC-system institutions, UNCW national peer institutions and off-campus
housing costs in Wilmington

Increases in room rates will provide:
 Cost of living increases impacting most of the Housing budget:
 Utilities (3.7% - electricity; 3.0% sewer and water)
 Insurance – 3%
 Administrative Support – 2.6%
 Capital outlays (~ $1M):
 Furniture replacement, safety items (bike racks, etc.), sustainability initiatives (recycling, water
bottle refill stations), office upgrades, University Apartments flooring, HVAC – Belk,
Hewlett/Graham
 Meet debt service coverage requirement of 1.10x for future years
 Transfer to BB&T for Maintenance & Equipment Reserve Fund: SV / SL / SC - $175.00 per bed
(escalated by 3% annually, currently averages $201 per bed)
 Housing System engineering study – identify maintenance required of aging facilities
Proposed Board Rates FY 14-15
(Per Semester)
Residential Meal Plans
Students with Mandatory Plans Select One
Plan
Meals
+
Food Dollars
Semester
Price
Semester
Incr ($)
Price
Incr (%)
14 Plan
14 meals weekly
$225
$1,598
$0
0%
10 Plan
10 meals weekly
$300
$1,598
$0
0%
140 meals
$425
$1,598
$0
0%
Seahawk 140
No change from FY 2013-14
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Proposed Board Rates FY 14-15
(Per Semester)
Residential Meal Plans
Students with Mandatory Plans Select One
Plan
Meals
+
Food Dollars*
Semester
Price
Tax Included on Bills
is on Prepaid Meals
Only*
Total Cost on
Student Bill
14 Plan
14 meals weekly
$225
$1,598
$96.11
$1,694.11
10 Plan
10 meals weekly
$300
$1,598
$90.86
$1,688.86
140 meals
$425
$1,598
$82.11
$1,680.11
Seahawk 140
*Prepaid meals are taxed up front, the same as a prepaid cellular charge. This is in accordance with NC
DOR instructions. In addition to the prepaid tax on meals, food dollars are taxed as used at the register,
also in accordance with the new law. The tax on purchases with food dollars does decrease the buying
power of the food dollars.
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For these three mandatory semester plans, the total tax paid, if all food dollars
are used, is 7%, or $111.86. Thus the total cost of a meal plan priced at $1,598.00
is $1,709.86.
Combined FY 14-15 Room + Board Rates
Effective Fall, 2014
Double Rooms (14 Plus $225 Meal Plan)
Suite Double Rooms (14 Plus $225 Meal Plan)
Suite/Apartment Single Rooms (Seahawk 140 + $425 Meal Plan)
Seahawk Crossing (Seahawk 140 + $425 Meal Plan)
Per Semester
$4,072
$4,395
$4,594
$4,754
Per Year
Seahawk Village / Landing (Seahawk 140 + $425 Meal Plan)
Two bedroom
Three bedroom
Four bedroom
$11,313
$11,083
$10,752
Seahawk Crossing (Seahawk 140 + $425 Meal Plan)
$10,771
* This equates to a combined (Room + Board) increase of 2% Housing Main; 3% Seahawk Complexes
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Board of Governor’s Textbook Report

The average cost of new and used textbooks for undergraduate students for an academic year increased by 18% (Avg.
New, $1,105.16, and Avg. Used $832.09, after buyback). The previous year (FY12) costs increased 2.5%. In FY10 and
FY11, costs declined.

The variance is primarily due to publisher price increases and increased use of technology.

Students continue to avail themselves of more savings options, including rental.

Faculty continue to seek ways to deliver coursework with No Textbook Required; 29% of spring adoptions

Faculty frequently use open internet sources and digital course guides.
UNCW
Fall 2012 Spring 2013
Total Adoptions
% On Time Adoptions
3,729
66%
3,228
93%
% Increase in 2012-13 from
Previous Year: Adopted
Savings Methods
Categories of Savings
Rental Units Sold
Rental Units Sold as a % of Purchases
Digital Units Available in Bookstore
Digital Units Sold
No Textbook Required Courses
% of All Adoptions Not Requiring A Book
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12,015
17%
1,488
573
1,181
14,501
20%
1,444
715
1,309
24%
29%
21%
33%
20%
10%
Summary of Changes
Compliance w/ BOG Guidance
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Compliance w/ BOG Guidance
 “…requests for increases in campus-initiated tuition…”
 In addition, combined rates for non-resident undergraduate students
should be market-driven.
 Combined tuition & fee rates for resident undergraduates shall remain
within the bottom quarter of each campus’ public peers.
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UNCW Peer Institutions
(Approved by Board of Governors, October 2011)
Institution
University of North Carolina-Wilmington
California State University Chico
Murray State University
Truman State University
University of Northern Iowa
SUNY at Binghamton
Towson University
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
California Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo
Western Washington University
James Madison University
University of Maryland-Baltimore County
College of Charleston
University of Maine
The University of Texas at Dallas
Rowan University
The College of New Jersey
College of William and Mary
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Source: College Board
FY 2013-14
Undergraduate Resident Students
Tuition & Fees
$6,266
$6,972
$7,044
$7,368
$7,685
$8,144
$8,342
$8,709
$8,724
$8,863
$9,176
$10,068
$10,490
$10,600
$11,806
$12,380
$14,730
$15,463
$1,419
Compliance w/ BOG Guidance (cont.)
“…all fees requiring Board review and approval including general fees,
indebtedness fees, special fees and application fees must be justified…”
“…students are an integral part of the tuition and fee process”
Tuition & Fee requests not to exceed cap(s) for resident undergraduate
students
 Recommendations:
 Tuition – none authorized
 General Fees (6.5%)
 Total
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Cap
$0
$116.46
$116.46
Request
$0
$116.00
$116.00
Difference
n/a
-$0.46
-$0.46
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2013-14 to FY 2014-15

Example: Undergraduate, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall, owns a car (park on campus) and needs medical insurance.

Undergraduate Resident (Academic Year):
 Regular Term Tuition
 Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Postal mailbox charge
 Room
 Board (14 Plus $225 Plan)
 Parking Fee (Resident)
 Medical Insurance
 Total (w/ Med Ins)
 Total (w/o Med Ins)
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
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FY 2013-14
$4,026.00
FY 2014-15
$4,026.00
Change
$0.00
1,791.70
448.40
0.00
77.00
22.00
4,804.00
3,196.00
350.00
1,376.00
$16,091.10
$14,715.10
1,907.70
381.00
0.00
77.00
22.00
4,948.00
3,196.00
350.00
1,528.00
$16,435.70
$14,907.70
116.00
(67.40)
0.00
0.00
0.00
144.00
0.00
0.00
152.00
$344.60
$192.60
2.14%
1.31%
$28,227.81
$26,851.81
$30,560.41
$29,032.41
$2,332.60
$2,180.60
8.26%
8.12%
Graduate Resident
 W/ Med Insurance, No Room + Board
 W/O Med Insurance, No Room + Board
$8,227.83
$6,851.84
$8,428.44
$6,900.44
$200.60
$48.60
2.44%
0.71%
Graduate Non-Resident
 W/ Med Insurance, No Room + Board
 W/O Med Insurance, No Room + Board
$20,163.28
$18,787.28
$20,363.88
$18,835.88
$200.60
$48.60
0.99%
0.26%
Undergraduate Non-Resident
 W/ Med Insurance
 W/O Med Insurance
Backup Slides
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Miscellaneous
Non-Mandatory Fees
No non-mandatory fee requests submitted
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Current Non-Mandatory Fees
Freshmen Orientation Fee (Summer)
Freshmen Orientation Fee (Fall)
Orientation – Extension Program
Cameron School of Business Graduate Orientation Fee
Cameron School of Business MS CIS Orientation Fee
School of Nursing Graduate Orientation Fee
Graduate School Tuition Deposit
Returned Check Fee
Placement Center Service Fee
Parking (Resident) Fee
Scuba Diving Fee
Sailing Fee
Nursing Simulation Lab Fee
Duplicate Diploma Fee
Transcript Fee
Credit Card Transaction Fee
Resident Mailbox Fee
Pre-NCLEX Testing Fee
WSE Out-of-Area Internship
Graduate Application Fee
Amount
$ 130.00
120.00
20.00
150.00
150.00
75.00
50.00
25.00
20.00
350.00
80.00
80.00
50.00
50.00
8.00
25.00
22.00
530.00
1,000.00
6.00
Peer and UNC Comparisons
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UNCW Peer Institutions
(Approved by Board of Governors, October 2011)
Institution
University of North Carolina-Wilmington
Murray State University
Truman State University
California State University Chico
University of Northern Iowa
SUNY at Binghamton
Towson University
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Western Washington University
James Madison University
California Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo
University of Maryland-Baltimore County
College of Charleston
University of Maine
The University of Texas at Dallas
Rowan University
College of William and Mary
The College of New Jersey
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Source: College Board
FY 2012-13
Undergraduate Resident Students
Tuition & Fees
$6,122
$6,840
$7,216
$7,438
$7,635
$7,645
$8,132
$8,685
$8,805
$8,808
$8,958
$9,764
$9,918
$10,594
$11,592
$12,380
$13,570
$14,378
$1,513
FY 2013-14 Tuition (Resident – U/G)
Institution
36
UNC-Chapel Hill
$6,423
North Carolina State University
$6,038
UNC-Wilmington
$4,026
East Carolina University
$3,959
UNC-Greensboro
$3,932
Appalachian State University
$3,772
UNC-Asheville
$3,666
Western Carolina University
$3,669
UNC-Charlotte
$3,522
North Carolina Central University
$3,455
North Carolina A&T State University
$3,270
UNC-Pembroke
$3,211
Winston-Salem State University
$3,144
Elizabeth City State University
$2,776
Fayetteville State University
$2,743
FY 2013-14 Tuition (Non-Resident – U/G)
Institution
37
UNC-Chapel Hill
$28,205
North Carolina State University
$19,493
East Carolina University
$18,072
UNC-Greensboro
$17,730
UNC-Asheville
$17,488
UNC-Wilmington
$16,163
UNC-Charlotte
$16,051
Appalachian State University
$15,980
North Carolina A&T State University
$14,351
North Carolina Central University
$14,028
Elizabeth City State University
$13,633
Fayetteville State University
$13,539
Western Carolina University
$13,266
UNC-Pembroke
$12,418
Winston-Salem State University
$11,957
FY 2013-14 Tuition (Resident – Grad)
Institution
38
UNC-Chapel Hill
$8,343
North Carolina State University
$7,173
UNC-Greensboro
$4,541
UNC-Asheville
$4,371
North Carolina A&T State University
$4,345
North Carolina Central University
$4,335
Appalachian State University
$4,303
East Carolina University
$4,223
UNC-Wilmington
$4,163
Western Carolina University
$4,098
UNC-Charlotte
$4,008
Winston-Salem State University
$3,721
UNC-Pembroke
$3,310
Fayetteville State University
$3,191
Elizabeth City State University
$2,916
FY 2013-14 Tuition (Non-Resident – Grad)
Institution
39
UNC-Chapel Hill
$25,554
North Carolina State University
$19,511
UNC-Greensboro
$17,990
UNC-Asheville
$17,816
North Carolina A&T State University
$16,750
East Carolina University
$16,540
UNC-Charlotte
$16,295
Appalachian State University
$16,248
UNC-Wilmington
$16,098
North Carolina Central University
$15,984
Elizabeth City State University
$14,199
Fayetteville State University
$14,039
Western Carolina University
$13,684
Winston-Salem State University
$12,680
UNC-Pembroke
$12,637
FY 2013-14 Fees
(Applications - Undergraduates)
Institution
40
UNC-Chapel Hill
$80.00
North Carolina State University
$75.00
UNC-Wilmington
$75.00
East Carolina University
$70.00
UNC-Charlotte
$60.00
UNC-Asheville
$60.00
Appalachian State University
$55.00
UNC-Greensboro
$55.00
Western Carolina University
$55.00
Winston-Salem State University
$50.00
North Carolina A&T State University
$45.00
UNC-Pembroke
$45.00
Fayetteville State University
$40.00
North Carolina Central University
$30.00
Elizabeth City State University
$30.00
FY 2013-14 Fees (Athletics)
Institutions:
41
North Carolina Central University
$748.88
UNC-Asheville
$700.00
Western Carolina University
$688.00
UNC-Charlotte
$683.00
Appalachian State University
$668.00
North Carolina A&T State University
$663.00
East Carolina University
$631.00
UNC-Pembroke
$624.00
UNC-Greensboro
$622.00
Fayetteville State University
$618.00
Elizabeth City State University
$585.54
Winston-Salem State University
$579.00
UNC-Wilmington
$538.55
UNC-Chapel Hill
$279.00
North Carolina State University
$232.00
Non-Football
Non-Football
Non-Football
FY 2013-14 Fees (Health Services)
Institution
42
North Carolina School of the Arts
$820.00
UNC-Chapel Hill
$436.00
UNC-Asheville
$316.00
North Carolina A&T State University
$278.50
Western Carolina University
$278.00
North Carolina State University
$277.02
UNC-Greensboro
$273.00
Appalachian State University
$268.00
Elizabeth City State University
$250.27
Winston-Salem State University
$247.00
North Carolina Central University
$242.66
East Carolina University
$235.00
UNC-Wilmington
$190.50
UNC-Charlotte
$187.00
UNC-Pembroke
$160.00
Fayetteville State University
$141.00
FY 2013-14 Fees (Student Activities)
Institution
43
UNC-Asheville
$720.00
North Carolina School of the Arts - College Students
$678.00
UNC-Wilmington
$664.15
Appalachian State University
$613.00
Elizabeth City State University
$608.84
East Carolina University
$599.00
UNC-Charlotte
$557.00
North Carolina State University
$544.13
UNC-Pembroke
$537.00
Winston-Salem State University
$530.70
Western Carolina University
$530.00
North Carolina A&T State University
$520.50
North Carolina Central University - U/G
$476.40
Fayetteville State University
$463.00
UNC-Greensboro
$402.00
UNC-Chapel Hill – U/G
$354.27
FY 2013-14 Fees (Ed & Tech)
Institution
44
Western Carolina University
$544.00
Appalachian State University
$489.00
North Carolina School of the Arts
$484.00
UNC-Chapel Hill
$444.86
UNC-Charlotte
$425.00
Winston-Salem State University
$416.46
North Carolina State University
$409.50
UNC-Asheville
$409.00
North Carolina Central University
$401.15
UNC-Wilmington
$398.50
North Carolina A&T State University
$394.50
UNC-Greensboro
$386.00
East Carolina University
$342.00
UNC-Pembroke
$321.00
Fayetteville State University
$300.00
Elizabeth City State University
$207.00
FY 2013-14 Fees (General Fees Total)
(Athletics + Health + Ed & Tech + Student Activities)
UNC Asheville
$2,145.00
Appalachian State University
$2,058.00
Western Carolina University
$2,040.00
North Carolina Central University
$1,869.09
North Carolina A&T State University
$1,856.50
UNC Charlotte
$1,852.00
East Carolina University
$1,807.00
UNC Wilmington
$1,791.70
Winston-Salem State University
$1,773.16
UNC Greensboro
$1,683.00
Elizabeth City State University
$1,651.65
UNC Pembroke
$1,642.00
Fayetteville State University
$1,522.00
UNC Chapel Hill
$1,514.13
North Carolina State University
$1,462.65
Does not include Debt nor Miscellaneous Fees
45
FY 2013-14 Fees (Indebtedness)
Institution
UNC-Greensboro
$707.00
UNC-Charlotte
$635.00
North Carolina State University
$554.50
Appalachian State University
$546.00
Winston-Salem State University
$460.00
UNC-Wilmington
$448.40
Western Carolina University
$387.00
East Carolina University
$318.00
Fayetteville State University
$315.00
UNC-Asheville
$310.00
UNC-Pembroke
$210.00
North Carolina School of the Arts
$200.00
North Carolina A&T State University
$188.00
UNC-Chapel Hill
$185.85
North Carolina Central University
$120.00
Elizabeth City State University
46
$0.00
Historical Tuition and Fee Data
47
Student Tuition – Resident Students
FY 07-08 thru FY 13-14
$5,000
11.9%
14.0%
$4,000
6.3%
$3,000
$2,000
7.6%
1.7%
2.0%
5.5%
6.5%
6.5%
16.0%
6.5%
6.5%
6.5%
16.1%
6.0%
6.3%
7.3%
7.6%
6.5%
18.1%
4.3%
8.6%
1.9%
$1,000
$0
UG-Res
Grad-Res
MBA-Res
MSA-Res
48
FY 2007-08
$2,413
$2,714
$3,217
$3,217
FY 2008-09
$2,459
$2,769
$3,272
$3,272
FY 2009-10
$2,565
$2,949
$3,452
$3,452
FY 2010-11
$3,029
$3,421
$3,934
$3,934
FY 2011-12
$3,225
$3,643
$4,189
$4,189
FY 2012-13
$3,743
$3,880
$4,689
$4,462
FY 2013-14
$4,026
$4,163
$4,972
$4,745
Note: In FY 2010-11, CITI increase was 2%, coupled with $411 supplemental tuition increase to meet legislative reductions.
In FY 2012-13, CITI increases included 6.5% , coupled with yar-1 “catch-up” of $308.00.
Student Tuition – Non-Resident Students
FY 07-08 thru FY 13-14
$17,000
3.2%
6.5%
$16,000
6.5%
6.3%
$14,000
6.5%
1.7%
$12,000
UG-NRes
Grad-NRes
MBA/MSA-NRes
49
1.8%
3.3%
5.3%
1.8%
4.9%
$15,000
$13,000
1.7%
1.8%
1.8%
FY 2007-08
$12,376
$12,579
$13,078
1.9%
2.0%
5.0%
6.5%
5.1%
6.5%
2.0%
FY 2008-09
$12,626
$12,829
$13,328
FY 2009-10
$13,447
$13,663
$14,162
FY 2010-11
$14,128
$14,349
$14,858
FY 2011-12
$15,046
$15,281
$15,823
FY 2012-13
$15,846
$15,781
$16,323
FY 2013-14
$16,129
$16,064
$16,606
Note: In FY 2010-11, CITI increase was 2%, coupled with $412 supplemental tuition increase to meet legislative reductions.
In FY 2012-13, CITI increase was 3.3%, coupled with $300.00 year -1 “catch-up” for undergraduate non-resident students.
Peer Comparisons
Tuition & Mandatory Fees
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
2010-11
2011-12
2011-12
2012-13
2012-13
2013-14
2013-14
In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State
UNCW
California State University - Chico
Murray State University
Truman State University
University of Northern Iowa
$4,874
$4,664
$5,976
$6,692
$6,636
$15,756
$16,496
$16,236
$11,543
$14,900
$5,416
$5,620
$6,264
$6,692
$7,008
$16,515
$16,780
$17,040
$12,090
$15,348
$5,672
$6,882
$6,576
$7,012
$7,350
$17,492
$18,042
$17,892
$12,556
$16,106
$6,122
$7,438
$6,840
$7,216
$7,635
$18,225
$18,598
$18,600
$12,952
$16,721
$6,266
$6,972
$7,044
$7,368
$7,685
$18,403
$18,132
$19,164
$13,240
$17,181
SUNY University - Binghamton
Towson University
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
California Poly State University
Western Washington University
$6,761
$7,418
$6,633
$5,826
$6,159
$14,661
$18,232
$14,202
$17,358
$17,190
$6,881
$7,656
$7,360
$6,480
$6,859
$15,291
$19,114
$14,933
$17,640
$17,205
$7,216
$7,906
$8,025
$7,921
$7,758
$15,326
$19,418
$15,598
$19,081
$18,105
$7,645
$8,132
$8,685
$8,958
$8,805
$16,795
$19,754
$16,258
$20,181
$19,152
$8,144
$8,342
$8,709
$8,724
$8,863
$18,464
$20,020
$16,282
$19,884
$19,752
James Madison University
University of Maryland - Baltimore County
College of Charleston
University of Maine
$7,244
$8,872
$8,988
$9,626
$19,376
$18,213
$21,846
$23,876
$7,860
$9,171
$10,314
$10,142
$20,624
$19,108
$23,172
$25,172
$8,448
$9,467
$9,616
$10,588
$21,738
$19,870
$24,330
$26,308
$8,808
$9,764
$9,918
$10,594
$22,796
$20,825
$25,304
$27,454
$9,176
$10,068
$10,490
$10,600
$23,654
$21,642
$26,954
$27,970
$10,340
$11,234
$12,722
$10,800
$23,730
$18,308
$21,408
$30,592
$10,744
$11,676
$13,549
$12,188
$25,866
$19,034
$22,679
$33,212
$11,168
$12,018
$13,887
$13,132
$28,194
$19,598
$23,696
$35,409
$11,592
$12,380
$14,378
$13,570
$29,266
$20,186
$24,530
$36,753
$11,806
$12,380
$14,730
$15,463
$30,378
$20,186
$25,135
$37,851
University of Texas at Dallas
Rowan University
The College of New Jersey
College of William and Mary
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UNC Schools’ Comparisons
Tuition & Mandatory Fees
2009-10
2009-10
2010-11
2010-11
2011-12
2011-12
2012-13
2012-13
2013-14
2013-14
In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State
51
Appalachian State
$4,425
$15,046
$5,175
$16,487
$5,538
$17,586
$5,859
$17,907
$6,356
$18,564
East Carolina
$4,271
$15,105
$5,076
$17,831
$5,317
$17,896
$5,869
$19,683
$6,143
$20,256
Elizabeth City State
$3,031
$12,080
$3,639
$13,276
$3,829
$13,572
$4,491
$15,209
$4,428
$15,285
Fayetteville State
$3,177
$13,520
$3,756
$14,220
$4,459
$15,071
$4,394
$15,098
$4,580
$15,376
NC A&T
$3,696
$13,138
$4,416
$13,858
$4,668
$14,302
$5,059
$15,657
$5,315
$16,396
NC Central
$3,862
$13,931
$4,479
$15,052
$4,720
$15,293
$5,119
$15,692
$5,444
$16,017
NC State
$5,474
$17,959
$6,529
$19,064
$7,018
$19,853
$7,788
$20,953
$8,055
$21,510
UNC Asheville
$4,411
$16,128
$4,772
$17,544
$5,393
$19,025
$5,866
$19,682
$6,121
$19,943
UNC Chapel Hill
$5,625
$23,513
$5,922
$25,286
$7,008
$26,834
$7,694
$28,446
$8,340
$30,122
UNC Charlotte
$4,427
$15,039
$5,138
$16,185
$5,440
$17,205
$5,873
$18,402
$6,009
$18,538
UNC Greensboro
$4,234
$15,995
$4,520
$16,734
$5,493
$18,018
$6,086
$19,884
$6,322
$20,120
UNC Pembroke
$3,737
$12,944
$4,140
$13,347
$4,668
$13,875
$4,867
$14,074
$5,063
$14,270
UNCW
$4,874
$15,756
$5,416
$16,515
$5,672
$17,492
$6,122
$18,225
$6,266
$18,403
Western Carolina
$4,330
$13,927
$5,124
$14,721
$5,250
$14,847
$6,139
$15,736
$6,096
$15,693
Winston-Salem State
$3,522
$12,508
$4,088
$13,234
$4,513
$13,626
$4,960
$14,110
$5,377
$14,190
UNCW Campus-Initiated Tuition Increases
Undergraduates
Fiscal Year
In-State
Out-State
FY 2000-01
$120.00
$200.00
FY 2001-02
$115.00
$200.00
FY 2002-03
$200.00
$200.00
FY 2003-04
None
None
FY 2004-05
$225.00
$360.00
FY 2005-06
***
$225.00
FY 2006-07
$293.00
$293.00
FY 2007-08
$192.00
$220.00
FY 2008-09
$46.00
$250.00
FY 2009-10
$106.00
$821.00
FY 2010-11
$463.50
$680.50
FY 2011-12
$196.85
$918.29
FY 2012-13
$517.65
$800.00
FY 2013-14
$283.00
$316.92
*** BOG disapproved undergraduate, in-state increase
52
UNCW Campus-Initiated Tuition Increases
Graduate Students
Fiscal Year
53
In-State
Out-State
FY 2000-01
$20.00
$40.00
FY 2001-02
$115.00
$200.00
FY 2002-03
$311.00
$1,355.00
FY 2003-04
None
None
FY 2004-05
$225.00
$360.00
FY 2005-06
$225.00
$225.00
FY 2006-07
$293.00
$293.00
FY 2007-08
$192.00
$220.00
FY 2008-09
$55.00
$250.00
FY 2009-10
$180.00
$834.00
FY 2010-11
$471.60
$685.60
FY 2011-12
$222.34
$932.66
FY 2012-13
$236.79
$500.00
FY 2013-14
$283.00
$316.92
Enrollment and Tuition Elasticity
54
Freshmen
2003
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
3599
4001
4289
5013
5154
OS Fr. Application
2647
2886
3027
2986
2916
3207
1440
1480
1424
1794
1894
OS Fr. Offers
923
1574
1327
1514
1375
1399
70.5%
-15.7%
14.1%
-9.2%
1.7%
2.9%
2.8%
-3.8%
26.0%
5.6%
% Change -4.6%
237
381
315
437
344
327
308
367
337
356
332
OS Fr. Enrolled
25.68% 24.21% 23.74% 28.86% 25.02% 23.37% 21.39% 24.80% 23.67% 19.84% 17.53%
OS Fr. Yield %
$12,937
$13,336 $13,630 $14,035 $14,361 $14,694 $15,593 $16,515 $17,492 $18,302 $18,480
OS Tuition and Fees
3.08%
2.21%
2.98%
2.32%
2.32%
6.12%
5.91%
5.92%
4.63%
0.97%
% Change 6.10%
OS Cost of Attendance $21,427 $22,535 $22,737 $23,872 $24,725 $25,418 $26,726 $27,780 $29,152 $30,540 $32,737
5.17%
0.90%
4.99%
3.57%
2.80%
5.15%
3.94%
4.94%
4.76%
7.19%
% Change 3.00%
55
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
Transfers
Transfer
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
574
603
643
680
671
627
752
925
1123
1119
916
OS Tr. Application
364
403
448
510
421
407
474
601
701
808
604
OS Tr. Offers
10.7%
11.2%
13.8%
-17.5%
-3.3%
16.5%
26.8%
16.6%
15.3%
-25.2%
% Change -4.6%
191
206
186
239
178
183
215
224
230
276
231
OS Tr. Enrolled
25.68% 51.12% 41.52% 46.86% 42.28% 44.96% 45.36% 37.27% 32.81% 34.16% 38.25%
OS Tr. Yield %
$12,937 $13,336 $13,630 $14,035 $14,361 $14,694 $15,593 $16,515 $17,492 $18,302 $18,480
OS Tuition and Fees
3.08%
2.21%
2.98%
2.32%
2.32%
6.12%
5.91%
5.92%
4.63%
0.97%
% Change 6.10%
OS Cost of Attendance $21,427 $22,535 $22,737 $23,872 $24,725 $25,418 $26,726 $27,780 $29,152 $30,540 $32,737
5.17%
0.90%
4.99%
3.57%
2.80%
5.15%
3.94%
4.94%
4.76%
7.19%
% Change 3.00%
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High Ability
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
SAT
1278
1284
1275
1276
1257
Admitted
1380
1330
1553
1771
1894
Enrolled
372
313
390
348
339
Yield Rate
26.96%
23.53%
25.11%
19.65%
17.50%
$15,593
$16,515
$17,492
$18,302
$18,480
6.12%
5.91%
5.92%
4.63%
0.97%
$26,726
$27,780
$29,152
$30,540
$32,737
5.15%
3.94%
4.94%
4.76%
7.19%
OS Tuition and Fees
% Change
OS Cost of Attendance
% Change
57
SAT Profile
Overall
In State
Out of State
58
2003
1104
2004
1126
2005
1134
2006
1149
2007
1157
2008
1156
2009
1166
2010
1170
2011
1176
2012
1176
2013
1190
1097
1122
1127
1143
1149
1145
1156
1162
1169
1169
1185
1147
1146
1174
1178
1197
1213
1220
1209
1215
1200
1211
Tuition Elasticity
5.00
4.00
Grad - NRes
Grad - Res
UG - NRes
UG - Res
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
Tuition elasticity measures the responsiveness of a student's enrollment decision to changes in a college's tuition.
The higher the ratio the more sensitive enrollment is to changes in tuition costs.
Source: Tuition Elasticity: Student responsiveness to Tuition Increases, Hanover Research, June 28, 2012
[Ed] = % chg in enrollment / % chg in tuition
Demand:
Increase in Tuition
Decrease in Tuition
Price
Elasticity Enrollment
Revenue
Enrollment Revenue
Elastic
n>1
decrease
decrease
increase
increase
Unitary
n=1
decrease
constant
increase
constant
Inelastic
n<1
decrease
increase
increase
decrease
Definitions: Source: Nonresident Tuition and Fees at SUNY, The Nelson A Rockefeller Institute of Government, Higher Education, February 22,
2010
59
Elastic - demand decreases in response to small increase in price.
Inelastic - price increase results in only a small change in demand.
UNCW Enrollment Elasticity Cost vs.
Quality Data
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
OS Tuition and Fees
% Change
$10,006
3.05%
$12,193
21.86%
$12,937
6.10%
$13,336
3.08%
$13,630
2.21%
$14,035
2.98%
$14,361
2.32%
$14,694
2.32%
$15,593
6.12%
$16,515
5.91%
$17,492
5.92%
$18,302
4.63%
$18,480
0.97%
OS Cost of Attendance
% Change
$18,476
3.34%
$20,803
12.59%
$21,427
3.00%
$22,535
5.17%
$22,737
0.90%
$23,872
4.99%
$24,725
3.57%
$25,418
2.80%
$26,726
5.15%
$27,780
3.94%
$29,152
4.94%
$30,540
$32,737
4.76%
7.19%
1,996
390
1,640
258
1,772
237
1,897
381
1,942
315
1,987
437
1,920
344
2,073
327
1,949
308
1,992
367
1,980
337
2,050
356
1,939
332
19.54%
15.73%
13.37%
20.08%
16.22%
21.99%
17.92%
15.77%
15.80%
18.42%
17.02%
17.37%
17.12%
1561
1272
507
390
2196
967
295
258
2647
923
273
237
2886
1574
456
381
3027
1327
377
315
2986
1514
508
437
2916
1375
404
344
3207
1399
391
327
3599
1440
380
308
4001
1480
421
367
4289
1424
403
337
5013
1794
429
356
5154
1894
406
332
30.66%
26.68%
25.68%
24.21%
23.74%
28.86%
25.02%
23.37%
21.39%
24.80%
23.67%
19.84%
17.53%
1085
1099
1097
1122
1127
1143
1149
1145
1156
1162
1169
1169
1185
1116
1146
1147
1146
1174
1178
1197
1213
1220
1209
1215
1200
1211
964
169
998
170
1,169
191
1,234
206
1,228
186
1,321
239
1,207
178
1,187
183
1,219
215
1,265
224
1,402
230
1,613
276
1,544
231
17.53%
17.03%
16.34%
16.69%
15.15%
18.09%
14.75%
15.42%
17.64%
17.71%
16.41%
17.11%
14.96%
569
362
624
334
574
364
603
403
643
448
680
510
627
407
223
183
752
474
329
215
925
601
402
224
1123
701
463
230
1119
808
549
276
916
604
407
231
Freshman
New Freshman
OS New Freshman
OS %
OS Fr. Application
OS Fr. Offers
OS Fr. IE
OS Fr. Enrolled
OS Fr. Yield %
SAT Profile
In State Avg. Score
Out of State Avg. Score
Transfers
New Transfers
OS New Transfer
OS %
OS Tr. Application
OS Tr. Offers
OS Tr. IE
OS TR Enrolled
OS Tr. Yield %
169
170
191
206
186
239
671
421
201
178
46.69%
50.90%
52.47%
51.12%
41.52%
46.86%
42.28%
44.96%
45.36%
37.27%
32.81%
34.16%
38.25%
9963
1438
14.43%
9952
1377
13.84%
10124
1335
13.19%
10514
1420
13.51%
10723
1418
13.22%
10955
1579
14.41%
11026
1647
14.94%
11311
1611
14.24%
11591
1641
14.16%
11770
1778
15.11%
11950
1774
14.85%
12351
1845
14.94%
12428
1825
14.68%
Enrollment
UG Enrollment
OS UG Enrollment
OS UG Enrollment %
60
Financial Aid Data
61
Financial Aid as % of Total CITI Revenue
12-Year History
FY 2014-15
FY 2013-14
FY 2012-13
FY 2011-12
FY 2010-11
FY 2009-10
FY 2008-09
FY 2007-08
FY 2006-07
FY 2005-06
FY 2004-05
FY 2003-04
62
Totals
Total Tuition
F/Aid as
Increase
Financial Aid % of total
$0
$0
No CITI
$3,513,988
$803,361
22%
$6,595,116
$1,648,779
25%
$3,887,882
$1,166,365
30%
$939,966
$470,556
50%
$2,408,889
$981,157
41%
$755,986
$188,986
25%
$2,093,892
$869,292
42%
$3,100,819
$634,979
20%
$455,850
$0
0%
$2,561,809
$135,000
5%
$0
$0
No CITI
$26,314,197
$6,898,475
26.2%
Cost of Attendance - Undergraduate
In State
On/Off Campus
Family Home
On/Off Campus
Family Home
Tuition and Fees
$6,343
$6,343
$18,479
$18,479
Room and Board
$8,624
$3,196
$8,624
$3,196
Books and Suppplies
$1,030
$1,030
$1,030
$1,030
Transportation
$1,610
$1,610
$1,610
$1,610
$64
$64
$64
$64
Miscellaneous Fee
$1,480
$1,480
$1,480
$1,480
Health Insurance
$1,450
$1,450
$1,450
$1,450
$20,601
$15,173
$32,737
$27,309
Loan Origination Fee
Total
63
Out of State
Cost of Attendance - Graduate
In-State
Tuition and Fees
$6,479
$18,415
Room and Board
$9,490
$9,490
$644
$644
$1,664
$1,664
$140
$140
Miscellaneous Fee
$1,904
$1,904
Health Insurance
$1,450
$1,450
$21,771
$33,707
Books and Suppplies
Transportation
Loan Origination Fee
Total
64
Out of State
Historic Student Indebtedness
65
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2012-13 to FY 2013-14

Example: Undergraduate, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall, owns a car (park on campus) and needs medical insurance.

Undergraduate Resident (Academic Year):
 Regular Term Tuition
 Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Postal mailbox charge
 Room
 Board (14 Plus $225 Plan)
 Parking Fee (Resident)
 Medical Insurance
 Total (w/ Med Ins)
 Total (w/o Med Ins)



66
FY 2012-13
$3,743.00
FY 2013-14
$4,026.00
Change
$283.00
1,690.70
688.00
0.00
77.00
22.00
4,620.00
3,110.00
330.00
1,418.00
$15,698.70
$14,280.70
1,791.70
448.40
0.00
77.00
22.00
4,804.00
3,196.00
330.00
1,418.00
$16,113.10
$14,695.10
101.00
(239.60)
0.00
0.00
0.00
184.00
86.00
0.00
0.00
$414.40
$414.40
2.64%
2.90%
$27,801.49
$26,383.49
$28,249.81
$26,831.81
$448.32
$448.32
1.61%
1.70%
Graduate Resident
 W/ Med Insurance, No Room + Board
 W/O Med Insurance, No Room + Board
$8,105.43
$6,687.43
$8,249.83
$6,831.83
$144.40
$144.40
1.78%
2.16%
Graduate Non-Resident
 W/ Med Insurance, No Room + Board
 W/O Med Insurance, No Room + Board
$20,006.96
$18,588.96
$20,185.28
$18,767.28
$178.32
$178.32
0.89%
0.96%
Undergraduate Non-Resident
 W/ Med Insurance
 W/O Med Insurance
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2011-12 to FY 2012-13
 Example: Undergraduate student, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway
Hall, owns a car (park on campus) and needs medical insurance.
 Financial Commitment (Academic Year):
 Regular Term Tuition
 Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Postal mailbox charge
 Room
 Board (14 Plus $220 Plan)
 Parking Fee (Resident)
 Medical Insurance
 Total
67
FY 2011-12
$3,225.36
FY 2012-13
$3,743.00
Change
$517.65
1,681.20
1,690.70
688.00
688.00
0.00
0.00
77.00
77.00
22.00
22.00
4,400.00
4,620.00
2,990.00
3,110.00
330.00
330.00
791.00
1,418.00
$14,204.56
$15,698.70
(10.5 % increase )
9.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
220.00
120.00
0.00
98.88
$1,494.14
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2010-11 to FY 2011-12
 Example: Undergraduate student, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall,
owns a car (park on campus) and needs medical insurance.

Financial Commitment (Academic Year):
 Regular Term Tuition
 Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Postal mailbox charge
 Room
 Board (10 Plus $225 Plan)
 Parking Fee
 Medical Insurance
 Total
68
FY 2010-11
$3,028.50
1,605.40
688.00
20.00
74.00
22.00
4,190.00
2,880.00
300.00
336.50
$13,144.40
(3.1 % increase )
FY 2011-12
$3,128.50
Change
$100.00
1,681.20
688.00
0.00
77.00
22.00
4,400.00
2,920.00
300.00
336.50
$13,593.20
75.80
0.00
(20.00)
3.00
0.00
210.00
40.00
0.00
0.00
$408.80
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2009-10 to FY 2010-11
 Example: Undergraduate student, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall
and owns a car (park on campus).

Financial Commitment (Academic Year):
Regular Term Tuition
Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Postal mailbox charge
 Room & Board (9 Plus $250 Plan)
 Parking Fee
 Total


69
FY 2009-10
FY 2010-11
Change
$2,565.00
$3,028.50
$463.50
1,599.80
708.00
20.00
74.00
22.00
6,988.00
300.00
$12,276.80
1,605.40
688.00
20.00
74.00
22.00
7,070.00
300.00
$12,889.90
(5.0% increase)
5.60
(20.00)
n/a
8.00
n/a
82.00
n/a
$613.10
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2008-09 to FY 2009-10
 Example: Undergraduate student, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall
and owns a car (park on campus).

Financial Commitment (Academic Year):
Regular Term Tuition
Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Postal mailbox charge
 Room & Board (9 Plus $250 Plan)
 Parking Fee
 Total


70
FY 2008-09
FY 2009-10
Change
$2,459.00
$2,565.00
$106.00
1,530.15
452.00
20.00
66.00
22.00
6,720.00
270.00
$11,539.15
1,599.80
708.00
20.00
74.00
22.00
6,988.00
300.00
$12,276.80
(6.4% increase)
69.65
256.00
n/a
8.00
n/a
268.00
30.00
$737.65
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2007-08 to FY 2008-09
 Example: Undergraduate student, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall
and owns a car (park on campus).

Financial Commitment (Academic Year):
Regular Term Tuition
Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Postal mailbox charge
 Room & Board (9 Plus $250 Plan)
 Parking Fee
 Total


71
FY 2007-08
FY 2008-09
Change
$2,413.00
$2,459.00
$46.00
1,447.40
452.00
20.00
66.00
22.00
6,498.00
245.00
$11,163.40
1,530.15
452.00
20.00
66.00
22.00
6,720.00
270.00
$11,539.15
(3.4% increase)
82.75
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
222.00
25.00
$375.75
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2006-07 to FY 2007-08
 Example: Undergraduate student, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall
and owns a car (park on campus).

Financial Commitment (Academic Year):
 Regular Term Tuition
 Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Postal mailbox charge
 Room & Board
 Parking Fee
 Total
72
FY 2006-07
$2,221.00
FY 2007-08
$2,413.00
Change
$192.00
1,407.75
452.00
20.00
59.00
n/a
6,242.00
218.00
$10,619.75
1,447.40
452.00
20.00
66.00
22.00
6,548.00
245.00
$11,213.40
(5.6% increase)
39.65
n/a
n/a
7.00
22.00
306.00
27.00
$593.65
$231.65
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2005-06 to FY 2006-07

Example: Undergraduate student, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall and owns a
car (park on campus).

Financial Commitment (Academic Year):
 Regular Term Tuition
 Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Room & Board
 Parking Fee
 Total



73
FY 2005-06
$1,928.00
FY 2006-07
$2,221.00
Change
$293.00
1,378.75
332.00
20.00
36.00
5,950.00
172.00
$9,816.75
1,407.75
452.00
20.00
59.00
6,242.00
218.00
$10,619.75
(8.2% increase)
29.00
120.00
n/a
23.00
292.00
46.00
$803.00
Student living on campus, w/o car = $757.00 increase (7.8%)
Student living off campus, with a car = $511.00 increase (13.2%)
Student living off campus, w/o a car = $465.00 increase (12.6%) –Tuition & Fees Only
$322.00
UNCW Student Financial Commitment
FY 2004-05 to FY 2005-06

Example: Undergraduate student, North Carolina resident, lives in Galloway Hall and owns a
car (park on campus).

Financial Commitment (Academic Year):
 Regular Term Tuition
 Mandatory Fees
 General Fees
 Debt Service
 Special
 Miscellaneous
 Room & Board
 Parking Fee
 Total

74
FY 2004-05
$1,928.00
FY 2005-06
$1,928.00
Change
n/a
1,314.50
332.00
20.00
31.00
5,800.00
172.00
$9,597.50
1,378.75
332.00
20.00
36.00
5,950.00
172.00
$9,816.75
(2.3% increase)
$64.25
n/a
n/a
5.00
150.00
n/a
$219.25
If BOG had approved $225.00 tuition increase for Resident, Undergraduates increase would have been
$444.25, or 4.6%.

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