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University of North Carolina at Pembroke Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

6,944 Students

81% Admitted

  • 6,252 full time
  • 1,959 part time
  • 2,071 men full time
  • 2,914 women full time
  • 2,811 applied
  • 2,099 admitted
  • 1,057 enrolled

5,481 Undergraduates

$3,531 Tuition/Year

  • 778 Graduates
  • 295 Non-Degree
  • $3,531 in state
  • $2,285 fees
  • $8,924 room & board
  • $1,505 books and supplies

At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: Southeast Town, distant from an urban area
Highest Degree Offered: Master's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Juana from Stedman, NC
  • 0
  • the school is good at making you feel at home, the classes aren't over sized or stuffed to the brim. they actually care about us achieving what we want to…

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  • Eric from Japan
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  • UNC Pembroke is nestled in a rural corner of the state, steeped in Native American culture, diverse in its attendees, and blessed with an excellent faculty. …

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  • Amanda from Raleigh, NC
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  • UNCP was not my first choice but I absolutely love it. Pembroke is a very great school that is willing to help you to the best of their abilities. With…

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  • Danielle from Fayetteville, NC
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  • The University of North Carolina at Pembroke is a diverse and affordable university. They have a wonderful nursing program with a one hundred percent NCLEX pass rate for two years…

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University of North Carolina at Pembroke
  • Located in Pembroke, NC
  • Public
  • 6,944 students enrolled
  • 81% admitted
  • $3,531 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Elizabeth from Charlotte, NC
  • I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Although I have never been on campus, I will be visiting during the February open house. It may sound crazy, but UNC Pembroke was my first choice and the only school I applied to. If you speak to either Christina Bell or Tony Lewis in the admissions office they will tell you that this is the school that I wanted to attend. Even though Pembroke has approximately 80 student organizations including Greek Life and Honors programs, these were not my priority. I have heard, from some locals visiting Charlotte, that every 4th of July there is a huge celebration in Pembroke and that the community is more like a family. Personally I like the sound of that. A current student, a 2011 graduate and personal friend of mine, told me which dorm rooms she thought were the best, and given that we have exactly the same preferences in living spaces, I am just going to work out any kinks that may arise on campus in the fall of 2012. I looked up the school's credentials, safety ratings, and asked all the students, faculty, and locals that I have encountered how they like the community. Having been told the school is extremely safe, diverse, and generally speaking an exceptional place to live, I know that I will love being on campus.

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  • 5
  • Auquilla from Florence, SC
  • I am a current student here

    I am really enjoying attending this University because it offers me an opportunity to experience life away from my family. This university also has a lot of entertainment throughout the week which makes me feel right at home.

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  • Ashley from NC
  • I am a current student here

    The university is nice, but it's boring. A lot of students have transferred to other colleges after a year or two at UNCP. There isn't much to really do. Lumbee Hall often gives students the 'run-around', and the university often makes decisions that affect the students without their (students) approval. Once I graduate, I'm NOT attending this college again.

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  • 5
  • Lindsey from Chadbourn, NC
  • I am a current student here

    I come from a small town and I knew that a large college would be too overwhelming. UNCP is great because of the small town feel. I have already made so many close friends.

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