College Portrait of Undergraduate Education

College Portrait of Undergraduate Education

College Portrait Comparison Results



Cost Comparison for Two Universities
Costs University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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Total Estimated Costs In state Out of state
Tuition $3,628 $16,799
Required fees $2,904 $2,904
Room & board (on campus) $10,899 $10,899
Other expenses (books, transportation, etc.) $1,200 $1,200
Total $18,631 $31,802
Financial Aid
Average annual award of full-time beginning undergrads receiving grants and scholarships $9,728 (49% of undergrads)
Average annual loan of full-time beginning undergrads receiving loans $6,881 (56% of undergrads)
Percent of students that borrow 66%
Average indebtedness at graduation $27,140
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Student Success Comparison for Two Universities
Student Success & Progress University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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Percent of students that returned after 1 year 83%
Percent of students graduated or were still enrolled in a college after 4 years 84%

Student Comparison for Two Universities
Students At: University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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Total students 27,983
Total undergraduates 22,732
Average age of undergraduates 21
Gender
Women 10,855 (48%)
Men 11,877 (52%)
Race/Ethnicity
Student Residency

Campus Life Comparison for Two Universities
Campus Life University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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Students per faculty 19 to 1
Women faculty 46%
Faculty of color 19%
Undergraduate classes with fewer than 50 students 78%
Percent of new freshmen who live on campus 78%

Applicant Information Comparison for Two Universities
Applicant Information University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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Term Fall 2015
New Student Applications
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Comparison Overview

Please note that not all data lends itself well to the simple side-by-side comparison offered on this page. We encourage you to visit the full College Portrait sites for the institutions you are interested in to view all of their information, including student experiences and student learning outcomes.