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2024-2025 academic year
Undergraduate tuition and fees*

In-State Freshman

$9,577

Includes $8,430 in base tuition
Includes $1,147 in mandatory student fees

Out-of-State Freshman

$27,719

Includes $8,430 in base tuition
Includes $18,142 in non-resident tuition
Includes $1,147 in mandatory student fees

In-State Transfer

$9,577

Includes $8,430 in tuition
Includes $1,147 in mandatory student fees

Non-Resident Transfer

$27,719

Includes $8,430 in base tuition
Includes $18,142 in non-resident tuition
Includes $1,147 in mandatory student fees

Western Undergraduate Exchange

$13,792

Includes $8,430 in base tuition
Includes $4,215 in WUE tuition
Includes $1,147 in mandatory student fees

Pack Exchange Program

$18,007

Includes $8,430 in base tuition
Includes $8,430 in PEP tuition
Includes $1,147 in mandatory fees

International

$28,009

Includes $8,430 in base tuition
Includes $18,142 in non-resident tuition
Includes $1,437 in mandatory student fees

*Based on full-time enrollment of 30 credits across fall (15 credits) and spring (15 credits) before any financial aid packages are applied. Does not include on-campus housing, dining, books or supplies.

2024-2025 academic year
Graduate and Medical Education tuition and fees

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Tuition and fees resources

Tuition and fees rates

Get more details in tabular format of the University's tuition and fees, as set by the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Board of Regents.

Predictable pricing

Tuition is set by the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) and yearly per-credit registration fees are set up to the 2026-2027 academic year.

Cost of attendance

Review cost of attendance figures, including direct and indirect costs, compiled by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.

Tuition waivers

The University supports a variety of tuition waivers, from the Native American Fee Waiver to programs for foster youth.

Student fees guide

Learn more about mandatory student fees that cover a range of services and programs at the University.

Financial aid forms

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Undergraduate students

Contact us via email at finaid@unr.edu, call (775) 784-4666 or (877) 666-0014 (toll free), or book an appointment.

Graduate students

Contact us via email at gradadmissions@unr.edu or call (775) 784-6869.

International students

Contact us via email at oiss@unr.edu or call (775) 784-6874.


This is an estimate. The above costs are reflective of 2024-2025. Fees are subject to change with approval from NSHE Board of Regents. Additional fees may vary by academic level, program, living and meal arrangements.