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Military Admission - Residency

If you are active-duty or a military dependent of an active duty service member and you do not qualify as a resident for tuition purposes, you may still be eligible for the Military Tuition Benefit. The service member must still be on active duty status on the first day of classes for the admitted term in order to be eligible for the benefit (i.e. date of discharge must be after the first day of classes for the admitted term).

Under this special North Carolina statute, members of the armed services stationed in North Carolina on active duty and their dependents may be eligible to pay a reduced tuition rate which is equivalent to the in-state tuition rate. You must file a special application (Military Residency Form) for the benefit that includes an affidavit on official letterhead confirming active military status and duty station and military dependent status if applicable (Confirmation of Command Residency Letter - Active-Duty Sample | Dependent of Active-Duty Sample).


NC Veteran's Choice Act Update

On June 23, 2015, Senate Bill 478 was enacted thereby creating North Carolina General Statute § 116-143.3A and bringing North Carolina law into compliance with Section 702 of the Choice Act.

The University is awaiting direction from the UNC General Administration on the implementation of this statute and expects to have additional details on eligibility criteria and the application process in early August.

Currently enrolled students and newly admitted students who have already attended orientation: Please check this page for updates or be in contact with Freeman Whitney.

Prospective students, applicants and admitted students who have not yet attended orientation: Please check this page for updates or contact by email.



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