2,170: Faculty Grants-in-Aid
Revised: January 2018
For specific information regarding the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) policies for grants-in-aid for academic and administrative faculty and graduate assistants, such as eligibility and fees, refer to the Board of Regents Handbook Title 4, Chapter 3, sections 11-13.
Military Science instructors are eligible for the same grant-in-aid benefit levels as are regular faculty. Human Resources maintains a list of Military Science instructors that are eligible for grant-in-aid. The Military Science Department is responsible for notifying Human Resources of changes to the faculty.
Grants-in-aid do not cover all student fees. For more detailed information on inclusions and exclusions, see https://www.unr.edu/hr/benefits/educational-benefits/faculty. For the current annual rates, contact Human Resources.
Grants-In-Aid Coverage at the University of Nevada, Reno:
- All for credit classes that are included in the weighted student hour calculation for state funding are eligible.
- University Studies Abroad Consortium classes
- Extended Studies/Summer Session classes
- 365 Learning (on-line for credit classes)
Grants-In-Aid Restrictions at the University of Nevada, Reno:
The following programs are not eligible or have restrictions to the Grants-In-Aid Benefit:
- Pearson on-line sponsored programs (PEARSON) are not eligible.
- Master of Judicial Studies (JS), Justice Management (JM) and Doctorate of Philosophy in Judicial Studies (JD) are not eligible.
- Executive MBA Program (EMBA) is not eligible.
- Gerontology (GERO) are not eligible.
- Intensive English Language classes (IELC) are not eligible.
- Remedial classes <100 level are not eligible.
- Extended Studies/365 Learning, including Summer Session, reserves the right to refuse to honor a Classified Grant-In-Aid in a requested academic credit class.
- Non-credit classes offered through Extended Studies are not eligible for this benefit.
- Grant-in-Aid will not cover Excess Credit Fees.