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BC: Extracurricular Information: Fraternities Radio Station Student Newspaper

1: Location: Chapel Hill Suburban LargeTown (10,000-49,000) Residential Campus Mascot: Tarheel Ram Student Teacher Ratio: 14:1 Founded 1789

2: 13,340 Students Apply 32% Accepted 18,579 Students 3,960-Freshman Attending | Enrollment Information

3: Pre-Requisites Information SAT/ACT Scores: Reading 95% , Math 95% Writing:95% ACT Composite:34%

4: Recommended High School Courses: Electives English Foreign Language MathScienceSocial Studies GPA: 4.5

5: Money Information: In-State Tuition: $7,008 Out-Of-State Tuition: $26,834

6: School Scholarship Information: Merit Based Scholarship: Offered to a select group of Freshmen. Approximately 14 new scholarships are awarded each year. Criteria includes: Academic achievement, leadership qualities, commitment to service, and potential for success at the university. Carolina Scholars Awards Program: $8,000 per year. It covers your out-of-state tuition, and room and board. Pogue Scholarship: 8,000 for NC recipients covering tuition.

7: Other Scholarship Information: Morhead Cain scholarship- Full Tuition, and expenses, based on academic merit, leaderships, athletics, moral character approximately 60 awarded. Majors/Careers Information: Social Sciences Health Professions Foreign Languages and Literature Biology Psychology Business/Marketing

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