Colleges and Universities in North Carolina
The Tar Heel State is a beautiful place to call home. The Southern state of North Carolina has a long, rich history of struggle and rebirth. The state has sixteen public universities, seventeen public and private liberal arts colleges, over thirty private institutions, and nearly sixty community colleges. Some of the best schools in North Carolina include Duke, Wake Forest, and North Carolina State University. Whatever you would like to study, North Carolina probably has a school that’s right for you.
Living in North Carolina
North Carolina is a state of about 9.4 million people. The population is quite diverse. About 67% of people here are white, 22% are black, 8% are Hispanic or Latino, and 2% are Asian. The median household income is a bit below the national median at about $47,000, but home prices are also low. The median cost of a home in North Carolina is about $108,000, making North Carolina a great place for students to become first-time home owners.
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