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Online and On-Campus Colleges in
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North Carolina residents have dozens of in-state colleges and universities to consider when choosing where to earn their degree, and it can be helpful to have as much information as possible when making such an important decision. It may also be useful to know that community college students hoping to transfer to a university to complete a bachelor's program may have pathways that make transferring easier. (Potential transfer students should sure to check with an advisor or admissions reps at the destination school to find out whether a specific degree plan qualifies.)

We considered all of the post-secondary schools in the state and hit the data mines to help you sort out which institutions could rightly be called the best traditional and online colleges in North Carolina. Most of our data came from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard. In our analysis, we treated the 16 campuses of the University of North Carolina system that grant four-year bachelor's degrees as individual schools.

Best 4-Year Colleges in North Carolina

Here's a quick rundown of the top ten schools in North Carolina based on our extensive ranking methodology — something that covers 13 important quantitative points about affordability, student success and ease of access to essential coursework.

Methodology
1University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill+
ADMISSION RATE
31%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$80
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
12

As the oldest campus in the UNC system, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been educating students since 1795. In the more than two centuries since it first opened its doors, it's grown into one of the top universities anywhere in the world.

UNC Chapel Hill took the No. 1 spot among schools on our list for both its freshman retention rate and its graduation rate. Its proportion of non-repay financial aid awarded to students ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 5 out of the 1,600­+ schools we surveyed nationwide. Students at UNC Chapel Hill graduated with an average college loan balance right around $16,000 — good for the top spot on our list in that category — and no other school in our top 10 reported a higher percentage of alumni who paid off their student debt within three years of graduation.

Additional Info
2North Carolina State University+
ADMISSION RATE
50%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$80
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
36

North Carolina State University came in just behind our No. 1 school in the national rankings. Both landed in the top ten overall out of the hundreds and hundreds of schools in our analysis. NC State had the largest academic catalog of any school in North Carolina, offering students 265 individual degree plans as of 2015-16, and it had the No. 2 graduation rate in the state.

NC State was also a top destination for students seeking an online bachelor's degree in North Carolina. It ranked No. 2 statewide for its array of programs available in the virtual classroom, which includes public sector leadership, agricultural business management and a 2+2 hybrid engineering program. Graduates of the Raleigh school also have access to a job market that's booming for educated workers, according to recent reports by Forbes.

Additional Info
3Appalachian State University+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$55
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
17

This institution in the Blue Ridge Mountains of northwestern North Carolina ranked No. 3 statewide for the manageability of its graduates' post-college debt and had the fourth-highest graduation rate among schools on our list. Appalachian State University was also one of the few schools in the state that offered credit exams for life experience alongside remedial services and academic and career counseling for non-traditional students.

Only three other schools charged students less for books and essential supplies than Appalachian State. In terms of distance education, prospective students had a wide array of online degree plans to choose from. Its online catalog was the fifth-largest in the state and includes degrees in education, business administration, health care and communications.

Additional Info
4University of North Carolina at Charlotte+
ADMISSION RATE
63%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$60
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
15

The Charlotte campus of the University of North Carolina scored well across the affordability metrics of our analysis, placing third among schools on our list for its low cost of tuition and fees and ranking at No. 4 and No. 5, respectively, for the average net price it charged to low-income and middle-income students. It also offered a higher percentage of institutional grant aid than all other schools in the state but one.

UNC Charlotte offered the state's sixth-largest degree catalog, and students who need flexible schedules in their on-campus programs can find study plans that only require weekend and evening courses. It also placed fifth among schools on our list for its proportion of alumni who paid off their student loans within three years of graduation.

Additional Info
5East Carolina University+
ADMISSION RATE
69%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$70
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
56

Our No. 5 school offered the largest online degree catalog in the state in 2015-16. ECU was also one of just three schools on our list to offer all of the state's ten most popular bachelor's degree programs.

In terms of distance education, East Carolina placed fourth among schools on our list for the percentage of its students taking at least some of their courses in the virtual classroom. The online bachelor's degrees available at East Carolina University are structured as degree completion programs. Students are expected to complete their first two years of course credit elsewhere, typically at a local community college, before enrolling online at ECU to complete their upper-division work.

ECU also ranked No. 4 on our list for tuition and fees affordability and had the fifth-highest graduation rate in our top ten.

Additional Info
6Elizabeth City State University+
ADMISSION RATE
70%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$30
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

Elizabeth City State University holds a unique distinction, not just among North Carolina schools but on the national stage as well. The average net price for both low- and middle-income students at this Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) institution ranked No. 1 for affordability in both the state and in the U.S., according to 2014-15 data from the NCES.

ECSU students looking for flexibility in their campus-based study plans can choose to take some of their coursework via distance education. In fact, many are evidently taking advantage of the online course options — the Elizabeth City school ranked No. 5 in the state for its rate of distance education enrollment despite having no full degree programs available online. Weekend and evening degree programs are also available to help students fit their continued education into their work and family schedules.

Additional Info
7University of North Carolina at Greensboro+
ADMISSION RATE
59%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$55
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
22

The fifth-largest academic catalog in the state can be found at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, as well as a list of online degree programs that ranked No. 4 statewide for its size and includes such subjects of study as philosophy, public health, supply chain management and peace and conflict studies. It was also an affordable option for students in tough economic circumstances. Only four other schools in the state featured a more affordable net price for low-income students.

The city of Greensboro itself is a draw for prospective attendees of its namesake UNC campus. The medium-sized city, centrally located in North Carolina, features metropolitan amenities but maintains a small-town feel, which can be an ideal setting for students who want access to shopping and nightlife but also need quiet time to study.

Additional Info
8Fayetteville State University+
ADMISSION RATE
60%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$35
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
8

Our No. 8 school was another of the more affordable schools out there, in North Carolina as well as on a national scale. Fayetteville State University's average net price for students across the income spectrum ranked No. 2 in the state and placed among the top 11 schools nationwide for affordability. Its cost of books and supplies placed second among schools on our list and eighth in the U.S., and only one other school in the state featured a lower average cost of tuition and fees.

FSU was also a prime destination for students seeking an online bachelor's degree program in North Carolina. Only two other schools in the state reported a higher proportion of online enrollment than the nearly 51 percent posted by FSU. The selection of distance education programs at this HBCU institution includes psychology, sociology and criminal justice.

Additional Info
9Piedmont International University+
ADMISSION RATE
24%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$55
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
12

Piedmont International University features the third-lowest cost of books and supplies among schools on our list, and that's not the only measure of affordability where this Winston-Salem school shines. The private, faith-based institution also ranked No. 9 in the state for its percentage of graduates able to repay their loans within 36 months after finishing their degree program.

Distance learning is a big part of the mission at PIU, where more than 80 percent of students took at least some coursework via distance education in fall 2015. No other school in our top ten reported such a large percentage of online enrollment its student body. PIU also posted a better freshman retention rate than all other schools on our list but one.

Additional Info
10University of North Carolina Wilmington+
ADMISSION RATE
61%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$75
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
8

Our No. 10 school works hard to help students stick with their educations year after year, if the numbers are any indication. It ranked No. 3 among schools on our list for both first-year student retention rate and graduation rate, and a tuition payment plan called TealPay is available for students who want to split one of the largest bills of their semester into a series of monthly installments.

Tuition and fees at UNC Wilmington ranked No. 5 in affordability among schools in our top ten, and students tended to graduate with a manageable amount of college debt. Just five other schools in North Carolina reported a lower average loan balance for recent alumni.

Additional Info

Most Popular Degree Programs in North Carolina

Business administration is one of the most common college majors in North Carolina, but the rest of the top choices might surprise you. Check out this list of the majors chosen by the most students statewide this past academic year.

In-Demand Careers in North Carolina

Studying a subject that gives you high-value skills on the job market can make it less difficult to transition out of college and into the workforce. Take a look at this breakdown of the hottest jobs in North Carolina and see if any of them line up with your major.

Career Title Projected Job Growth Total Employment Annual Salary
Statisticians45.9%1,170$102,510
Credit Counselors43%440$50,270
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists42.6%520$58,150
Operations Research Analysts39.7%2,300$75,070
Nurse Practitioners39.4%4,400$103,090
Personal Financial Advisors39.2%5,500$113,470
Orthotists and Prosthetists38.5%440$72,190
Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters38.2%1,030$26,940
Occupational Therapy Assistants37.9%1,360$60,690
Hearing Aid Specialists35.9%140$48,980
Physical Therapist Assistants35.1%2,550$58,880
Physician Assistants34.8%4,480$100,480
Home Health Aides34.7%39,320$20,170
Biomedical Engineers34.5%360$76,410
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers33.8%1,750$64,630
Physical Therapist Aides33.4%800$26,010
Phlebotomists33.1%5,670$29,930
Veterinary Technologists and Technicians32.6%3,080$30,680
Genetic Counselors32.3%80$61,740
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians32.2%1,240$63,320
Web Developers31.9%3,780$72,030
Occupational Therapy Aides31.9%110$29,080
Brickmasons and Blockmasons30.8%2,400$38,050
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers30.8%4,570$57,240
Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs29.6%3,840$24,230
Physical Therapists29.1%5,990$82,320
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians29%5,300$39,610
Computer Systems Analysts28.9%22,940$91,700
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists28.4%15,740$69,080
Information Security Analysts28.1%3,590$99,570
Source: 2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Financial Aid and Scholarships in North Carolina

State-based financial aid programs can help North Carolina students defray some of the cost of their education. Here's a short list:

  • The Golden LEAF Foundation offers scholarship awards of up to $3,000 annually for qualifying high school seniors and community college transfer students.
  • NC Reach, also known as the Child Welfare Postsecondary Support Program, helps provide college funding for eligible children who were adopted or are in foster care.
  • The Florence Kidder Memorial Scholarship awards two one-time, merit-based scholarships of $1,000 and $3,000 to graduating high school seniors.
 
Provost Scholarship
Applicant must be an out-of-state resident with a minimum 3.75 GPA and minimum combined SAT Reasoning score of 1400 (composite ACT score of 32).
More

AWARD AMOUNT

$20,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

November 15 (Early Action admissions deadline)

RENEWAL CRITERIA

Renewable if recipient maintains a minimum 3.25 GPA and full-time status.

 
Moody's Mega Math Challenge
Applicant must be a high school junior or senior who is part of a team working to solve an open-ended, applied math-modeling problem focused on a real-word issue in 14 hours. Teams must be comprised of three to five students.
More

AWARD AMOUNT

$20,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

February 17

 

 

 
Glaxo-Smithkline Opportunity Scholarship
Applicant must be U.S. citizen and resident of Durham, Orange, or Wake counties for a minimum of one year. Applicant must demonstrate potential to succeed despite significant adversity and a desire to improve himself or herself through further education or training.
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AWARD AMOUNT

$20,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

March 15

 

 

 
North Carolina Oratorical Contest
Applicants must be high school students under the age of 20 who are U.S. citizens or legal residents and residents of the state. Students first give an oration within their state and winners compete at the national level. The oration must be related to the Constitution of the United States focusing on the duties and obligations citizens have to the government. It must be in English and be between eight and ten minutes. There is also an assigned topic which is posted on the website, and it should be between three and five minutes.
More

AWARD AMOUNT

$18,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

March 18

 

 

Additional Resources

College Foundation of North Carolina

Article Sources
Methodology

To get our list of the best colleges, we ranked 1,649 4-year colleges and universities in the U.S. Each school was scored on a 100-point scale, using the most recent data available from government sources. Our data points include:

  • The in-state tuition and fees for full-time undergraduates, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015-16
  • The estimated cost of books and supplies, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015-16
  • The average net price for students receiving Title IV grant and scholarship aid, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014-15
  • The average net price for low-income students receiving Title IV grant and scholarship aid, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014-15
  • The average amount of institutional grant aid awarded to full-time, first-time undergraduate students as a percentage of in-state tuition and fees, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014-15
  • Median debt of graduates, College Scorecard, 2014-15
  • 3-year student loan repayment rate of graduates, College Scorecard, 2014-15
  • No. of degree and certificate programs offered, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015-16
  • No. of degree and certificate programs offered via distance education, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015-16
  • Percent of students enrolled in any distance education classes, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015-16
  • Average retention rate for full-time and part-time students, National Center for Education Statistics, Fall 2015-16
  • Graduation rate within six years, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015-16
  • Flexibility and student services, based on whether the school offers the following services, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015-16
    • Dual credit
    • Credit for life experience
    • Advanced Placement credit
    • Programs of study that can be completed entirely on weekends or in the evening
    • Remedial services
    • Academic and career counseling
    • Job placement services for graduates
    • Guaranteed tuition plan
    • Tuition payment plan
    • Any other alternative tuition plan
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Appalachian State University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
287 Rivers St
City
Boone
State
NC
Zip Code
28608
Website
www.appstate.edu/
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
530-620
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
530-620
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
500-600
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
23-28
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Distant
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
16,290
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$55
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,852
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
16
Number of Online Programs Offered
17
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
15%
East Carolina University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
East 5th Street
City
Greenville
State
NC
Zip Code
27858
Website
www.ecu.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
480-560
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
500-570
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
450-540
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
21-24
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Small
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
23,039
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$70
Admission Rate
69%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,580
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
18
Number of Online Programs Offered
56
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
42%
Elizabeth City State University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
1704 Weeksville Rd
City
Elizabeth City
State
NC
Zip Code
27909
Website
www.ecsu.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
370-460
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
390-460
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
350-440
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
17-19
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Distant
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
1,535
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$30
Admission Rate
70%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$4,657
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
15
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
48%
Fayetteville State University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
1200 Murchison Rd
City
Fayetteville
State
NC
Zip Code
28301
Website
www.uncfsu.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
390-460
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
400-470
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
360-430
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
17-20
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Midsize
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
5,506
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$35
Admission Rate
60%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$4,885
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
17
Number of Online Programs Offered
8
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
51%
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
103 South Bldg Cb 9100
City
Chapel Hill
State
NC
Zip Code
27599
Website
www.unc.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
600-710
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
620-720
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
590-700
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
28-33
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Small
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
18,415
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$80
Admission Rate
31%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$8,591
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
14
Number of Online Programs Offered
12
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
12%
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
9201 University City Blvd
City
Charlotte
State
NC
Zip Code
28223
Website
www.uncc.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
500-580
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
510-600
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
470-560
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
22-25
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
22,732
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$60
Admission Rate
63%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,532
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
19
Number of Online Programs Offered
15
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
22%
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
1400 Spring Garden St
City
Greensboro
State
NC
Zip Code
27402
Website
www.uncg.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
470-560
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
470-550
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
440-540
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
20-25
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
16,091
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$55
Admission Rate
59%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,745
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
17
Number of Online Programs Offered
22
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
38%
North Carolina State University at Raleigh
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
2101 Hillsborough Street
City
Raleigh
State
NC
Zip Code
27695
Website
www.ncsu.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
570-650
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
590-680
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
540-630
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
26-31
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
24,111
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$80
Admission Rate
50%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$8,581
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
15
Number of Online Programs Offered
36
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
36%
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
601 South College Road
City
Wilmington
State
NC
Zip Code
28403
Website
www.uncw.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
560-630
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
560-630
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
520-620
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
23-27
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Midsize
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
13,235
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$75
Admission Rate
61%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,691
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
17
Number of Online Programs Offered
8
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
30%
Piedmont International University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
420 S. Broad St.
City
Winston-Salem
State
NC
Zip Code
27101
Website
www.piedmontu.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
340-580
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
300-560
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
370-580
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
15-23
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Midsize
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
347
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$55
Admission Rate
24%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$9,580
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
7
Number of Online Programs Offered
12
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
80%
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