Graduate Prosthodontics Program
Tuition & Fees
The cost of attending graduate school includes tuition, fees, and health insurance, for which the student is billed directly. Tuition and Fees for the MS programs in the School of Dentistry are listed under DENTAL GRADUATES. The cost also includes indirect costs such as room, board, books and supplies, travel, loan fees, and personal expenses.
Graduate students must pay tuition and fees during all years of study and training. The tuition and fees are usually less during the third year of study. These charges are subject to change at any meeting of the NC Board of Trustees and a yearly increase of 5 - 10% should be anticipated each year. Estimates for living expenses are available through the Office of Scholarships & Student Aid website.
Tuition remission, or the reduction of the out-of-state tuition rate, is awarded by the semester. To meet the general eligibility requirements, the student must be enrolled as a full time student during the semester of the award. The number of awards is limited and awards are contingent on availability of funds; having a teaching or research assistantship does not guarantee remission will be awarded. There is no application process for tuition remission. Tuition remission is not offered during the summer.
Out-of-state students and international students with permanent resident status ("green card") are encouraged to establish legal residence in North Carolina and to apply for classification as a state resident for tuition purposes. Guidelines and application forms for establishing residency are available from the UNC Graduate School.
State laws preclude international students who are not permanent residents (do not hold a green card) from establishing residency, so these students must pay the out-of-state rate in all semesters unless tuition remission is granted.