2021-22 expenses for international undergraduate students
What expenses do you have to consider?
As an international, undergraduate student at the University of Nevada, Reno, you may pay for tuition and fees, on-campus housing, health insurance and meals. Personal expenses, transportation costs and books vary by student, but should be factored into your budget planning. For more information, you may review our undergraduate student budgets for an idea of what costs may look like after considering financial aid.
|Base tuition (30 credits per year)||$23,562|
|Mandatory fees (per year)||$1,807|
|International Health Insurance (per year)||$2,478|
|On-campus housing and meals (per year)||$10,360*|
|Books and supplies (per year)||$1,200*|
*These are starting point estimates for budgeting purposes and may vary due to housing options, meal plan selections, course requirements and individual student needs.
If your spouse or child are accompanying you to the University of Nevada, Reno, be prepared to provide additional financial documentation in the amount of $7,000 for your spouse and $3,000 for each child.