Established in 1907 as a teacher training school, the North Carolina University is a now a public university offering quality education to undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students in the field of business, education, medicine and much more.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- There are 11 different colleges and schools under East Carolina University which collectively offer above 100 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate degree level programs. Most popular majors are Nursing, business, Communications and Liberal Arts & Humanities.
- The 392-acre university main campus is situated in Greenville, North Carolina, which is about 80 miles from the state capital of Raleigh. It consists of 4 resident halls: Umstead, Garret, Jarvis and Gateway.
East Carolina University Admission Process
Candidates seeking admission to Carolina State University should apply online through the university website.
|Additional Requirements||GED/GPA; LOR; SOP|
|Application Deadlines||Rolling Admission|
Cost and Scholarship
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition & Fees||$23,465|
|Room and Board||$10,365|
|Books and Supplies||$1,432|
|Personal and Transportation||$2,698|
Total cost of attendance for non-US undergraduates staying on campus is $37,949. Total cost of attendance for students attending the school of medicine is $53,502 per year. Cost will vary with programs, type of housing and how a specific students spends.
- Financial aid at East Carolina University is available in the following forms: Grants, Scholarships, Loans and Employment.
- 61% of financial need for undergraduates at East Carolina University was met with in 2018-2019 academic session.
Federal loans and scholarships are not available for foreign nationals. However, they can apply for other scholarship programs offered by private institutions. Foreign nationals are eligible for campus employment and research/fellowship grants.