The Graduate School provides tuition support for the majority of doctoral students, and for 15% of Master's students, administering funds for over 1,000 students on campus.
FAQ: How do I apply for tuition support from the Graduate school?
Answer: Apply to attend a graduate program at UNC Charlotte. If you are offered admission, doctoral programs will likely provide funding support that includes tuition support for you. Master's programs may make an offer of funding support to their most outstanding applicants.
The Graduate School administers University funds using the following method:
- Students apply to UNC Charlotte graduate programs,
- Graduate Program Directors recommend applicants for admission to the Graduate School, and the Graduate School makes final offers of admission
- Graduate Program Directors recommend students for funding to the Graduate School, and the Graduate School makes final offers of funding support
- Students with offers of admission/funding must accept awards by April 15th (National Signing Day)
- The Graduate School place tuition awards on students' University accounts
- The Graduate School removes funds if a student declines the offer of admission/funding
- The Graduate School re-allocates money to new applicants as funds become available
- Tuition funds appear on students' accounts once s/he registers for classes and charges are assessed by the Office of Student Accounts
- Graduate School tuition support does not include University Fees or Program/College Tuition Increments.