Have you been trying to ask this question above? And you’ve been trying to get a detailed answer but all to no avail. Not worry, you don’t have to sweat it out much. I’m here to give you a breakdown of how much it will cost you to run your program at UNG.
UNG is among the top tier school, and in the league of United States institutions with affordable tuition fees for middle and upper middle classes. Its tuition fees and other expenses are calculated based on program types and locations. It has different financial arrangements for its campuses (some campuses are paid more than others).
Average Tuition at UNG
The UNG’s average tuition fee for in-state is 10,396 dollars which includes grants and scholarships, and the average cost without aid for in-state is 21,086 dollars. Out of 21,086 dollars, 4,976 dollars were meant for tuition while 16,110 dollars were meant for books and on-campus room and board. And in the case of out-of-state tuition fees, the average tuition fee is 30,591 dollars, and out of 30,591 dollars, tuition takes 14,481 dollars while other expenses such as room, board, and course materials expend 16,110 dollars.
Tuition and Fees Short Stats
Here we look at brief statistics on tuition and other expenses.
- In-state (tuition included) $10,396 avg.
- In-state (excl. aid) $21,086( Tuition $4976, other expenses 16110)
- Out-of-state $30,591 avg. (Tuition $14,481, other expenses $16110)
Cost of Attending UNG
At UNG, the cost of attending UNG is decided by the Office of Financial Aid every academic year. And the Attendance Cost includes every expense to complete a course of studies such as tuition, fees, on-campus room, transportation, personal expenses, books, and other supplies.
UNG operates five campuses with different tuition and fees. Below you will learn about the ways these tuitions and fees are arranged. The five campuses are:
- Blue Ridge
2023 Expenses for Bachelor’s Degree
Room & Board
Total Payment Package
In the 2020/2021 academic year, the total amounts to spend every year as written above for both in-state and out-of-state are $21,360 and $35,518 consecutively. The sub breaks down for both in-state and out-of-state. For in-state, tuition takes $5,596 while out-of-state tuition costs $19,754. Fees for both in-state and out-of-state costs are $987 each. Study materials for each cost $1,460. And of course, room and board cost $9,080. And transportation on each costs $1084. Personal allowance costs $2,400.
2022/2023 Bachelor Expenses
Room & Board
Total Payment Package
For the year 2022/2023 academic year, there’s a slight reduction in total expenses to run a year bachelor’s degree program at UNG. The total academic financial package for each stands at $21,206 and $35,364. The breakdown goes thus: $5,596 for in-state while
Out-of-state goes for $19,754, the fees for In-state costs $580 and Out-of-state stands at $580 the cost of books both In-state and Out-of-state go for on each side is $1,460.
Room and Board for In-state stand at $9,330, and the same amount goes for Out-of-state. Transportation for both In-state and Out-of-state costs on each side is $1,840. And the Personal Allowance for students in both spectrums goes for on each side $2,400.
Additional Information About Tuition and Other Expenses
The following fees are meant for students who studying programs and required the following and of course, some other arrangements or requests made by the students. You should know that the ones given above are meant for actual school arrangements. But these are only on student’s demands except application fee that every student must pay without refund status.
- Summer 2022, Fall 2022, and Spring 2023 Miscellaneous Fees
- Academic Transcript (Base Rate from 3rd Party Vendor) $8.00
- Application Fee (Undergraduate) $40.00
- Application Fee (Graduate) $40.00
- Confirmation of (Tuition) Deposit for Doctor of Physical Therapy $300.00
- 1-Day New Student Orientation $40.00
- 2-Day New Student Orientation $130.00
- Multi-Day New Student Outdoor Orientation $150.00
- Fee Name Graduation FeeRate $45.00
- Housing Application Fee (Non-Cadet) $150.00
- Institute of Environmental and Spatial Analysis (IESA) $40.00
- Late Payment Fee (per credit hour)Rate $6.00
- Registration Fee $75.00
- Nursing Testing Fee (4-Day) $180.00
- Nursing Testing Fee (Single Pay) $777.00
- Nursing Graduate Testing Fee $70.00
- Nursing Clinical Personal Liability (Undergraduate & Graduate Students) $15.00
- ETS Major Field Test $50.00
- International Fee $300.00
- Summer 2022, Fall 2022, and Spring 2023 Course Related Fees
- Applied Music Fee $100.00
- Applied Music Fee Tier 2 $200.00
- Art (Visual Arts) Tier 1 $10.00
- Field Placement $75.00
- Health Science Lab – BSN $60.00
- Modern Language Course Fee $15.00
- Natural Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Teacher Education) Lab Fee $50.00
- Psychology Capstone Course Fee $28.00
- Psychology Lab Fee $50.00
- CRJU 4001 POST Lab – Contemporary Issues in Policing $110.00
- CRJU 4005 Criminal Forensics II Lab $40.00
- CRJU 4008 POST Lab – Death Investigations $10.00
- CRJU 4009 POST Lab – Patrol and Traffic Investigations $440.00
- CRJU 4400 POST Lab – Legal Liabilities of CJ Personnel $126.00
- CRJU POST Lab – Academy Program Fee $750.00
- Summer 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022 ROTC Fees
- FROG Week Orientation $150.00
- Uniform Fee (Cadet)Rate $2,000.00
- Room and Board Prices
- Summer 2022 Residential Details
North Georgia Suites -Dahlonega Campus Maymester
Summer, 1st Short Session
Registration Fee $20.00
Meal Plan $632.
Summer, 2nd Short Session
Registration Fee $20.
Meal Cost $632.
Summer Session Full Long Session
Registration Fee $20
Meal Plan $1,152
Financial Help Statistics for UNG
Financial help refers to monetary assistance that students can access such as scholarships, grants, and other financial help that will allow students to smoothly pursue their course study and is entirely given based on need or merit.
In the case of need-based aid, this is considered based on your or your family’s financial ability to pay your tuition. The organization in charge of this is Free Application for Federal Student Aid, called FAFSA. The average scholarship or grant awarded to first-year students is based on the need of the students at the University of North Georgia and this stood at $5,169. Furthermore, 55% of first-year students received financial aid based on their needs in fall 2019.
This financial aid includes federal loans and work-study. And the average awarded to first-year students was $3,052. Non-need-based aid otherwise known as merit-based aid is awarded for a specific talent or academic achievement. The average merit-based scholarship or grant given to year-one students at the University of North Georgia, exclusion of any athletic scholarships, where necessary was $614 in 2019 The University of North Georgia satisfied 58% of its student’s financial needs.