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1 The Economic Benefit of International $26. billion Contributed; 340,000 U.S. Jobs ed Economic Analysis for Academic Year International students and their families created or supported 340,000 jobs and contributed $26. billion to the U.S. economy during the academic year, according to NAFSA s latest economic analysis. For every 7 international students enrolled, 3 U.S. jobs are created or supported by spending occurring in the following sectors: higher education, accommodation, dining, retail, transportation, telecommunications, and health insurance. The following report includes a detailed state-level and congressional district analysis. The economic contributions of international students are in addition to the immeasurable academic and cultural value these students bring to our campuses and local communities. International students: Build bridges between Americans and other nationalities; Bring global perspectives into U.S. classrooms and research labs; U.S. innovation through science and engineering coursework, making it possible for U.S. colleges and universities to offer these courses to U.S. students; and programming and services on campus for all students by paying out-of-state tuition, funded largely by non-u.s. sources. Access NAFSA s International Student Economic Value Tool at: to view more detailed data, analysis, and methodology, including: U.S. Congressional district analysis State-level analysis U.S. Regional analysis Ten-year trend data By any measure, international education makes a significant contribution New York Avenue NW, Eighth Floor, Washington, D.C /

2 North Carolina Number of Foreign : 15,943 Part 1: Net to State Economy by Foreign ( ) from to State Economy: $355,34,000 from : $250,477,000 by Foreign : $605,61,000 of 32.5% - $196,966,000 Plus Dependents' : + $7,696,000 Net to State Economy by Foreign and their Families: $416,590,000 Part 2: to State Economy by Foreign ' Dependents ( ) Spouses' Percent of Married : Percent of Spouses in the U.S.: Number of Spouses in the U.S.: 1,341 Additional Expenses for a Spouse: (% of student living expenses).4% 5.0% 25.0% Spouses' : $5,207,000 Children's Number of Couples in the U.S.: 1,341 Number of Children per Couple: 0.6 Number of Children in the U.S.: 01 Additional Expenses for a Child: (% of student living expenses) 20.0% Children's : $2,49,000 Net to State Economy by Foreign ' Dependents: $7,696,000 Part 3: Net Jobs ed by Foreign and their Families ( ) Jobs Directly ed: 1,920 Jobs Indirectly ed: 3,953 Net Jobs ed in the State Economy by Foreign and their Families: 5,72

3 Part 4: Financial and Jobs ed by District and Institution ( ) Congressional District: 01 G. K. Butterfield (D) ed 3,354 $119,29.1 2,026 Barton College, Wilson 2 $711.1 $451.3 $246.7 $ Chowan University, Murfreesboro 17 $30. $292. $144.0 $ Duke University and Medical Center, Durham Durham Technical Community College, Durham Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City North Carolina Central University, Durham 3129 $126,632.3 $59,77.5 $72,446.9 $114, $345.0 $1,023.2 $0.2 $1,27.9 *** $91.7 $77.7 $36.1 $133.3 *** 74 $912.6 $44.1 $295.1 $1, Pitt Community College, Greenville 36 $292.4 $41.0 $45.3 $ Vance-Granville Community College, Henderson *** $57.9 $132.3 $11.2 $179.0 *** Congressional District: 02 Renee Ellmers (R) ed 12 $4, Campbell University, Buies Creek 179 $2,976.9 $2,72.2 $970.4 $4,7. 33 Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville *** $25.6 $54.0 $4.7 $74.9 *** Congressional District: 03 Walter B. Jones (R) ed 510 $13, Carteret Community College, Morehead City Coastal Carolina Community College, Jacksonville *** $.6 $15.7 $1.4 $22.9 *** *** $25.4 $51.3 $4.5 $72.1 *** East Carolina University, 249 $3,61.3 $3,763.9 $1,79.7 $5, Wilmington, Wilmington 257 $3,736.5 $4,551.7 $01. $7,

4 Congressional District: 04 David Price (D) ed 6,492 $142, ,135 Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville 26 $371.0 $29.1 $.5 $ Meredith College, Raleigh 32 $56.7 $511.9 $292.2 $1,076.5 Methodist University, Fayetteville 139 $3,6.4 $2,612.9 $1,376.0 $5, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Pfeiffer University - Raleigh Campus, Raleigh 43 $72,171.1 $64,6.4 $53,044.0 $3, *** $3.5 $36.6 $14.6 $60.4 *** Shaw University, Raleigh 2 $461.4 $395.4 $11. $ Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill 177 $45,544.4 $31,569.5 $25,95.4 $51, Congressional District: 05 Virginia Foxx (R) ed 69 $22, Appalachian State University, Boone 165 $2,452.2 $2,130.5 $556. $4, Catawba College, Salisbury 34 $5.1 $576.9 $310.5 $1,151.5 Lenoir-Rhyne University, Hickory 40 $79.1 $5.9 $341.0 $1, Livingstone College, Salisbury *** $12.2 $12.4 $54.7 $201.9 *** Wake Forest University, Winston- Salem 442 $14,019.6 $,732.2 $6,66. $16, Congressional District: 06 Howard Coble (R) ed 932 $24, Alamance Community College, Graham 27 $214.2 $465.0 $39. $ Elon University, Elon 107 $2,966.7 $1,652.3 $69.2 $3, Greensboro College, Greensboro 12 $315.7 $227.0 $115.6 $ Guilford College, Greensboro 37 $1,201.4 $611.4 $34.6 $1, Guilford Technical Community College, Jamestown Greensboro, Greensboro 49 $413.1 $73.9 $75.5 $1, $11,369.9 $10,472.3 $5,117. $16,

5 Congressional District: 0 Richard Hudson (R) ed 270 $, Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer 42 $990.2 $710.6 $257.3 $1, St. Andrew's University, Laurinburg 71 $1,630.1 $1,322.4 $621.4 $2, Pembroke, Pembroke 5 $757.7 $727.9 $200.0 $1, Wingate University, Wingate 99 $2,13.4 $1,01.5 $629.6 $3, Congressional District: 09 Robert Pittenger (R) ed 291 $11, Davidson College, Davidson 104 $4,327. $2,10.6 $1,372.4 $5, DeVry University - North Carolina, Charlotte Pfeiffer University - Charlotte Campus, Charlotte Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte 13 $1.1 $226.6 $7.3 $ $34.0 $71.3 $297.6 $1, $3,033.0 $2,165.1 $76.5 $4, Congressional District: 10 Patrick T. McHenry (R) ed 156 $4, Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, Asheville 20 $131.7 $279. $23. $ Belmont Abbey College, Belmont 40 $1,036.1 $5.7 $401. $1, Cleveland Community College, Shelby *** $.4 $12. $1.3 $20.0 *** Montreat College, Montreat 36 $764.6 $44.2 $15.3 $1, Asheville, Asheville 31 $531.7 $467.9 $14.5 $ Warren Wilson College, Asheville 2 $72. $30.2 $236.3 $ Congressional District: 11 Mark Meadows (R) McDowell Technical Community College, Marion ed 135 $3, *** $.0 $17.4 $1.5 $23.9 ***

6 Western Carolina University, Cullowhee 134 $2,075.4 $2,026.4 $449.2 $3, Congressional District: 12 Vacant (NA) ed 2,691 $56, Bennett College, Greensboro *** $34.3 $31.4 $14.0 $51.7 *** Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte 440 $3,30.2 $,695.6 $734.7 $11, High Point University, High Point 4 $1,400.3 $74.3 $464.7 $1, Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro Charlotte, Charlotte Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem 61 $1,112.4 $900.2 $427.3 $1, $4,072.1 $4,066.2 $93.7 $7, $25,603.4 $23,597.0 $15,72.3 $33, $307.9 $29.2 $104.5 $ Congressional District: 13 George Holding (R) Wake Technical Community College, Raleigh ed 241 $5, $2,010.6 $4,134.1 $360.4 $5, *** Individual Institution Enrollment Figures For institutions with fewer than 10 international students enrolled, enrollment totals are suppressed for confidentiality reasons. In the reports, this is indicated by three asterisks (***). Estimated Institution Enrollment Figures For institutions that did not provide data in the current survey year, an estimated enrollment total was used.

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