The University's priority deadline for maximum financial aid consideration is February 15. Financial aid is disbursed on a first-come, first-served basis, so apply early. The University's federal school code for aid is 002568.
Student checklist to apply for financial aid
Step 1. Complete your FAFSA or Institutional Methodology form
FAFSA and Institutional Methodology applications open at fafsa.ed.gov. Submit your FAFSA or Institutional Methodology applications as early as possible.
School code: 002568
Step 2. Complete scholarship application
After applying for admission in MyNEVADA, complete the Graduate and Undergraduate Scholarship Application (GUS).
Step 3. Submit all requested financial documents
Approximately 1/3 of students who complete the FAFSA will be required to submit additional documents to the Office of Financial Aid Office before an offer letter will be extended. If selected, To-Do List items will be placed on the student's MyNEVADA account. Students will also be notified via email.
Step 4. Review your financial aid offer letter
The financial aid offer letter, sent via the student's email, outlines the details of the financial aid awards offered to the student. Awards can be federal, state, institutional or private funds. The letter is also available in the student's Communication Center in MyNEVADA.