Out-of-state undergraduate tuition and fees

As an undergraduate student, your tuition and fees, housing and meals are important costs. However, other indirect costs such as personal expenses, health insurance, transportation and books should be factored into your budget planning.

Non-Resident Tuition and Fees*

Please note everyone's net tuition cost is specific to their own situation and will be different for each person.

2024-2025 academic year expenses

Estimated out-of-state (non-resident) undergraduate tuition costs
Fee Type Amount
Base tuition* $26,572
Mandatory student fees** $1,148
On-campus housing and meals*** $6,450-$10,600
On-campus meals*** $4,451-$7,509
Books and supplies*** $1,200
Total costs $39,821-$47,029

*Based on full-time enrollment of 30 credits across spring (15 credits) and fall (15 credits) semesters and includes tuition registration fee of $281 per-credit and non-resident tuition of $18,142.
**Only includes mandatory student fees. Other fees may include additional special course or differential fees.
***These are starting point estimates for budgeting purposes and may vary due to housing options, mandatory fees, meal plan selections, course requirements and individual student needs.

Tuition example

A first-year freshman from Houston, Texas enrolled in 30 credits during the 2024-2025 academic year would pay $8,430 in tuition, $18,142 in non-resident tuition, and $1,148 in mandatory student fees, for a total of $27,720 in tuition and fees, not including additional course or program fees, campus housing, dining or personal costs.

Example Full-Time, Non-Resident Tuition Table
Fee Type Credits Tuition Non-Resident Tuition Fee Student Fees Total Semester
Fall Semester 15 $4,215 $9,071 $574 $13,860
Spring Semester 15 $4,215 $9,071 $574 $13,860
Year Total 30 $8,430 $18,142 $1,148 $27,720

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

Access a menu of financial aid forms, from dependent worksheets to tax forms.