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University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina--Chapel HillContact Information

Address: CB 9100, 103 South Building
Chapel Hill, NC 27599

Phone: (919) 962-2211

Website: http://www.unc.edu/

Degree Offered

  • Bachelor's
  • Master's
  • Doctoral
  • First Professional

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Students are from the following countries

  • 58.1% United States
  • 8.4% India
  • 3.1% United Kingdom
  • 1.9% China
  • 1.8% Iran
  • 1.8% Germany
  • 1.5% Canada
  • 1.4% Japan
  • 1.3% Pakistan
  • 1.0% Australia
  • 1.0% Russia
  • 0.9% Indonesia
  • 0.9% Sweden
  • 0.8% South Africa
  • 0.7% Italy
  • 0.7% Philippines
  • 0.7% Saudi Arabia
  • 0.6% South Korea
  • 0.5% Egypt
  • 12.9% OTHER

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Tuition

The tuition and fees for University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill is $5,397 for in-state and $22,295 for out-of-state.

Admissions Profiles

Selectivity  
Selectivity: most selective
Fall 2008 Acceptance rate: 34.0%
Early decision acceptance rate: N/A
Early action acceptance rate: 43%
Acceptance rate (excluding early action and early decision students): N/A
Fall 2008 Applications, Acceptances, and Enrollments  
Number of applicants: 21,543
Number of applicants accepted: 7,315
Freshman enrollment for Fall 2008: 3,865
Percent of incoming freshmen who applied by either early acceptance or early action: N/A
Number of male applicants: 8,721
Number of male applicants accepted for Fall 2008: 3,029
Male freshman enrollment: 1,589
Number of female applicants: 12,822
Number of female applicants accepted: 4,286
Female freshman enrollment: 2,276
Wait List  
Does the school have a waiting list? Yes
Number of applicants placed on a waiting list: 2,328
Number of students on the wait list accepted: 1,420
Number of students enrolled from a waiting list: 453
High School Rank  
Percent of first-year students submitting high school class standing: 76%
2008 Freshmen in top 10 percent of high school class: 79%
Freshmen in top 25 percent of high school class (2008): 96%
Freshmen in top 50 percent of high school class (2008): 99%
High School GPA  
Percent of first-year students submitting high school GPA: 93%
Average high school GPA: 4.0
Fall 2008 Freshmen Average SAT Scores  
Percent of first-year students submitting SAT scores: 98%
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th percentile range: 590-690
SAT Math 25th-75th percentile range: 620-700
SAT Writing 25th-75th percentile range 590-690
SAT Essay 25th-75th percentile range: 8-10
Percent with SAT Critical Reading scores in the 700-800 range: 25%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading scores in the 600-699 range: 50%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading scores in the 500-599 range: 22%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading scores in the 400-499 range: 3%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading scores in the 300-399 range: 0%
Percent with SAT Critical Reading scores in the 200-299 range: 0%
Percent with SAT Math scores in the 700-800 range: 30%
Percent with SAT Math scores in the 600-699 range: 52%
Percent with SAT Math scores in the 500-599 range: 16%
Percent with SAT Math scores in the 400-499 range: 2%
Percent with SAT Math scores in the 300-399 range: 0%
Percent with SAT Math scores in the 200-299 range: 0%
Fall 2008 Freshmen Average ACT Scores  
Percent of first-year students submitting ACT scores 30%
ACT English 25th-75th percentile range: 25-32
ACT Math 25th-75th percentile range: 26-31
ACT Composite 25th-75th percentile range: 26-31
Percent with ACT English scores in the 30-36 range: 42%
Percent with ACT English scores in the 24-29 range: 41%
Percent with ACT English scores in the 18-23 range: 14%
Percent with ACT English scores in the 12-17 range: 2%
Percent with ACT English scores in the 6-11 range: 0%
Percent with ACT English scores below 6: 0%
Percent with ACT Math scores in the 30-36 range: 38%
Percent with ACT Math scores in the 24-29 range: 52%
Percent with ACT Math scores in the 18-23 range: 8%
Percent with ACT Math scores in the 12-17 range: 1%
Percent with ACT Math scores in the 6-11 range: 0%
Percent with ACT Math scores below 6: 0%
Percent with ACT Composite scores in the 30-36 range: 38%
Percent with ACT Composite scores in the 24-29 range: 52%
Percent with ACT Composite scores in the 18-23 range: 9%
Percent with ACT Composite scores in the 12-17 range: 1%
Percent with ACT Composite scores in the 6-11 range: 0%
Percent with ACT Composite scores below 6: 0%

TOEFL
TOEFL requirement? N/A
May the TOEFL be submitted in place of the SAT or ACT? No
Minimum TOEFL score required (paper test): 600
Minimum TOEFL score required (computer test): 250
Average TOEFL score (paper test): 638
Average TOEFL score (computer test): 261

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