Largest Graduate Schools in North Carolina

In North Carolina, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has the most enrolled graduate students of 10,894 students. North Carolina State University at Raleigh and Duke University have the large number of graduate students followed by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Next table shows the top 10 largest graduate schools by graduate enrollment with tuition and number of offered programs in North Carolina. We exclude the online completely schools that all programs are offered only online and all students have enrolled online exclusively.
Largest Graduate Schools in North Carolina (2019-2020)
School NameGraduate Student PopulationTuition & FeesNumber of Programs
TotalStudents Enroll Only exclusivelyMenWomenIn-StateOut-of-StateTotalOnline Programs
1University of North Carolina at Chapel HillPublic, 4 yearsChapel Hill 10,8941,242
(11.40%)
4,7976,097 $12,522$30,248 15416
2North Carolina State University at RaleighPublic, 4 yearsRaleigh 10,2802,188
(21.28%)
5,4564,824 $11,673$28,999 16238
3Duke UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsDurham 9,924790
(7.96%)
4,8135,111 $56,888 1681
4East Carolina UniversityPublic, 4 yearsGreenville 5,6473,209
(56.83%)
1,9253,722 $7,535$20,684 11148
5University of North Carolina at CharlottePublic, 4 yearsCharlotte 5,323726
(13.64%)
2,2933,030 $7,430$20,864 9713
6University of North Carolina at GreensboroPublic, 4 yearsGreensboro 3,4651,058
(30.53%)
1,0212,444 $8,200$21,918 9420
7Wake Forest UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsWinston-Salem 3,176415
(13.07%)
1,3741,802 $39,200 573
8Southeastern Baptist Theological SeminaryPrivate, 4 yearsWake Forest 2,620614
(23.44%)
2,128492 $6,112 296
9University of North Carolina WilmingtonPublic, 4 yearsWilmington 2,2951,121
(48.85%)
6511,644 $7,457$21,286 4720
10Campbell UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsBuies Creek 2,20649
(2.22%)
9381,268 $14,043 242
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