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Tuition & Fees
Tuition and fees are charged according to campus of the course (main campus or extension) and not student classification. Click here to view 2011/2012 Fee Schedule.
GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION
The Graduate Student Association supports all graduate students academically and socially, and promotes the interests and welfare of graduate students within the university.
The Seahawk Perch supports non-traditional students by providing resources, educational opportunities, and programs connecting the university and Wilmington communities.
Parking Privileges and Eligibility for Graduate Student Teaching Assistants
Graduate students with TAs may be eligible for a Teaching Assistant parking permit that will allow them to park in non-gated Faculty/Staff parking areas. These TA permits will be provided to eligible TAs on a yearly basis. The Graduate School will submit a definitive list of TAs that fall into these three categories to Parking and Transportation Services at the beginning of each semester. To determine eligibility, the Graduate School has divided students with TAs into three groups based on their level of teaching responsibilities:
Group 1: Instructors of Record (i.e. graduate students who are the sole teaching authority in a full lecture class). Students in Group 1 will initially be assigned to Zone 1 but are eligible to upgrade to a TA permit.
Group 2: Other instructors with primary teaching responsibilities (i.e. graduate students teaching laboratory sessions). Students in Group 2 will initially be assigned to Zone 1 and may upgrade to a TA permit based on availability.
Group 3: Secondary teaching responsibilities (i.e. graduate students who assist a faculty member and/or proctor and grade assignments and exams). Students in group 3 will be assigned to Zone 1.
GA's and RA's: Graduate students with GAs, RAs or other campus employment are not eligible for TA parking.
How to Obtain Your Pass
- Register for student parking online through mySeaport after you have registered for courses.
- Check with the Graduate School to see which group you are in.
- If you are in group 1 or 2:
- Group 1:
2 weeks after the start of classes visit the Parking and Transportation Services Office. You will need to remove your student parking sticker from your vehicle and bring it with you. It is okay if the sticker is destroyed in the removal process.
- Group 2:
2 weeks after the start of classes visit the Parking and Transportation Services Office and check for TA permit availability. If TA parking is available, remove your student parking sticker from your vehicle and bring it to the Parking and Transportation Services Office. It is okay if the sticker is destroyed in the removal process.
- Group 1:
**The cost of a TA permit is the same as a Zone 1 permit ($315.00 per year).
**The Graduate School is the definitive authority of how TAs are classified. All inquiries about these classifications must be submitted directly to the UNCW Graduate School and the Graduate Student Association President.