Due to prior action of the Board of Regent's the Good Neighbor and Children of Alumni tuition categories are permanently closed to new admits. Individuals admitted to either of these status's prior to June 17, 2011 must maintain continuous enrollment (fall and spring terms - summer not required) in order to continue receiving the tuition discount.
Per Board of Regents action the Senior Citizen tuition discount have been eliminated effective Fall 2011.
There is an annual cap on admissions in the WUE tuition category. Please see the General Course Catalog for additional program information.
|Registration per credit fees for undergraduate credits||$171.00|
|Surcharge per credit fees for undergraduate credits||$20.50|
|ASUN per credit fee for undergraduate credits||$5.00|
|Technology fee per credit fee for undergraduate and graduate credits||$7.00|
|Registration per credit fees for graduate credits||$239.50|
|Surcharge per credit fees for graduate credits||$24.50|
|Part-time undergraduate student non-resident per credit fee (1-6 credits)||$188.00|
|Part-time graduate student non-resident per credit fee (1-6 credits)||$263.50|
|Full time non-resident fee (7 or more credits)||$6,955.00|
|NO NEW ADMITS FOR FALL 2011 After June 17, 2011. Undergraduate "Good Neighbor" per credit fee||$188.00|
|NO NEW ADMITS FOR FALL 2011 After June 17, 2011. Graduate "Good Neighbor" per credit fee||$263.50|
|NO NEW ADMITS FOR FALL 2011 Children of alumni reduced non-resident tuition per credit fee. Effective Fall 2011 this will be discontinued. Students receiving the discount at that time may continue to receive the discount so long as they are continually enrolled.||$102.50|
|Undergraduate "WUE" non-resident per credit fee||$85.50|
|Undergraduate non-resident Distance Education||$85.50|
|Graduate non-resident Distance Education||$119.75|
|School of Medicine|
|Resident medical students||$10,350.00|
|No New Admits for Fall 2011 Nonresident average for medical students||$14,247.00|
|Nonresident for medical students||$25,938.00|
|Non refundable Application Fee||$60.00|
|Health Center (enrolled in 6 credits or more)||$90.00|
|Counseling Services (enrolled in 6 credits or more)||$35.00|
|Undergraduate New Student Fee||$130.00|
|Graduate New Student Fee||$35.00|
|Student Union Fee Undergraduate (enrolled in 1-3 credits)||$25.00|
|Student Union Fee Undergraduate (enrolled in 4 or more credits)||$94.00|
|Student Union Fee Graduate (enrolled 6 or less credits)||$49.00|
|Student Union Fee Graduate (enrolled in 7 or more credits)||$97.00|
|Graduation Fee - Graduating Students Only||$66.00|
|Fall Insurance F1 Visa International Students Only||$477.00|
|Annual Insurance F1 Visa International Students Only||$1,067.00|
|Spring/Summer Insurance F1 Visa International Students Only||$612.00|
|International Student Registration Fee||$525.00|
|Academic Success Fee Undergraduate (enrolled in 1 or more credits)||$25.00|
|Academic Success Fee Graduate (enrolled in 1 or more credits)||$5.00|
|Performing Arts Fee All Students (enrolled in 1 or more credits)||$5.00|
|Engineering Differential per credit fee for course level 300-400||$42.50|
|Engineering Differential per credit fee for course level 600-700||$50.00|
|School of Business Differential per credit fee for graduate level courses.||$100.00|
You will receive an email notification of any charges due. You can also view your bill on line at any time by visitingMyNEVADA.
Make sure the Office of Admissions and Records has your correct address on file. You may change your address onMyNEVADA.
Payment is due Jan 18, 2013 the Friday before classes begin. It is the last day to pay without late fees of $25.00 per day ($250.00 maximum).
If you are registering and/or paying for classes (one or more credits) from Jan 19 - Feb 3, 2013, you will be assessed late fees if not paid the same day as registering for the class.
If you do not pay your fees by Feb 3, 2013:
If you decide not to attend, please drop all your classes Feb 1, 2012 using MyNEVADA to avoid the $250.00 no-show fee.
Not necessary for ID card validation, parking permits or other university privileges. Your ID card is valid after payments have been posted to your account.
Fee holds are outstanding financial obligations to the Nevada System of Higher Education. You must clear all fee holds before you register or request official transcripts. Clear your account atMyNEVADA.
You may choose a deferred fee payment plan if you have registered for seven credits or more. To select the deferred payment plan, visit MyNEVADA and select the account and billing option. There is a $50.00 fee for the deferment plan that will be added to your first bill.
NOTE: To be eligible for a refund check, whether at 100% or 50%, you must have paid tuition and fees over the remaining balance. If the fees were paid with fund from the Office of Financial Aid, they will determine the amount of refund that you are eligible to receive.
Special course fees for regular term courses are generally 100% refundable if the course is dropped by January 31, 2013. Some courses have refund restriction on special course fees, which is outline in the Course Catalog. Exception to special course fee refunds are at the discretion of the offering department.
Graduating students who have the following types of loans are required by law to have an exit interview:
Students with Perkins Loans, Nursing Student Loans, Gravey Rhodes, Blundell should contact the Loan Department, on the third floor of the Student Services Building or call (775) 784-6095 to schedule an exit interview.
Graduating students with Stafford Loans should contact The Office of Student Financial Aid, Employment, and Scholarship, Student Services Building, room 319, or call(775) 784-4666 to schedule exit interviews.