Admitted Students

Students in the biostatistics department draw a crowd as they speak about their experiences in the Gillings School.
Hello, admitted students!
Join us! You'll have opportunities to work with some of the finest students, faculty and staff anywhere in a school known for its collegiality and collaborative environment.
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Barbara K. Rimer, DrPH
Dean and Alumni Distinguished Professor

Experience Gillings!

Admitted graduate students are encouraged to attend our Experience Gillings event, which will be held on March 23, 2018.

Tuition and Fees

UNC-Chapel Hill is ranked consistently as one of the best values in higher education. At the Gillings School, we’re committed to affordable education. Refer to the Office of the University Cashier’s Tuition and Fees Chart to view tuition rates. Information about the Gillings School can be found on page 7. Visit our Tuition and Fees page to learn more.

Funding

Visit the Graduate School’s Graduate Funding Information Center page for information about funding and research.

Establishing Residency

Are you eligible for in-state tuition? Learn more on our Establishing Residency page.

International Students

Visit our International Students page for information about making the move to Chapel Hill.

Diversity Resources

Have specific interests in Race and Ethnicity, Gender, Aging, or Parenting? Check out our Graduate School’s Centers and Organizations of Interest.

Visit our Graduate School Affinity Groups page to learn more about student groups such as the Gillings School of Public Health Minority Student Caucus.

Are you a military affiliate student? You are a vital component of our campus community, and we value your life experiences. Visit our UNC Veteran and Military Resources page for more information and support resources.

If you are a first-generation graduate student, visit our Carolina Grad Students F1RSTS page to see opportunities and resources offered by the Graduate School to aid in your academic successes.

We value “Educating for Equality” and fostering an inclusive environment for Tar Heels of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions. Visit our LGBTQ Center page to learn about the resources available, including educational programs, direct services, and advocacy.

Living in Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill was ranked #10 on Money magazine’s “Best Places to Live in America” 2012 list and #8 on Thrillist’s 2015 list of college towns with great food. Chapel Hill is walkable, eclectic, safe, affordable, diverse and green. Our students love the temperate weather and easy access to activities on the coast and in the mountains. Learn more about life in Chapel Hill. You can also check out our on-campus housing options as well as the Daily Tar Heel for a few off-campus options. The town of Chapel Hill and Carrboro also offer a free bus system for residents.

Questions?

Don’t hesitate to reach out! Contact our admissions coordinator, Johnston King.

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