Cost and Financial Assistance

As a land-grant doctoral research university, N.C. A&T offers tremendous educational value, particularly for North Carolina residents. Learn about various opportunities to help pay for your graduate education through fellowships, assistantships, scholarships and other financial aid.  The actual cost of your education will depend on how many credit hours you plan to take each semester and whether you are a North Carolina resident.

University Tuition and Fees Schedule

University Funding Opportunities

National Funding Sources

Other Student Employment Opportunities (Aggie Link)

Loans: Graduate students may also finance their education through loan programs.  Students may apply for loans through the university’s Office of Financial Aid (http://www.ncat.edu/admissions/financial-aid/).  Students applying for federal loan programs will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.

GradSense: CGS resource to help graduate students make wise financial decisions.