Cashiering & Student Accounts

Tuition & Fees

Please note the summary information on this page is provided for convenience only. Official fees are established by the Board of Regents and are published in the NSHE Procedures and Guidelines Manual.

Should there be any discrepancy between the information provided on this website and the Board approved fees, the information published in the NSHE Procedure and Guidelines Manual will prevail.

Note: Fees, tuition, and other charges subject to change without further notice.

Notwithstanding currently posted tuition and fees, all fees, tuition or other charges which students are required to pay each semester are subject to increase by action of the Board of Regents at any time before the commencement of classes (primarily due to budgetary shortfalls). The amount you are charged at the time of registration is not a final bill and may be increased. You will receive a supplemental invoice for any additional amounts which the Board of Regents may impose. Fee changes put in place less than 30 days before commencement of classes will not be subject to late fee penalties.

Fall 2014 Tuition & Fees
Fees Cost

Undergraduate courses

$191.50 per credit

Undergraduate Student Services Fee $1 per credit
CSUN Fee $1.97 per credit for Undergraduates Students only
Graduate courses

$264 per credit

Graduate Student Services Fee

$5 per credit

Nonresident Undergraduate student (1-6 credits)

$191.50 + $210.75 per Undergraduate credit + Fees

Nonresident Undergraduate student (7 or more credits)

$6,955 per semester + $191.50 per Undergraduate credit + Fees

Nonresident Graduate student (1-6 credits)

$264 + $290.50 per Graduate credit + Fees

Nonresident Graduate student (7 or more credits)

$6,955 per semester + $264 per Graduate credit + Fees

Good Neighbor for Undergraduate students

$402.25 per Undergraduate credit + Fees*

Good Neighbor for Graduate Students

$554.50 per Graduate credit + Fees*

*Effective Fall 2011, the Good Neighbor and Alumni Dependent tuition will be discontinued. Students receiving discount at that time may continue to receive the discount so long they are continuously enrolled.

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

$287.25 per Undergraduate credit + Fees

New Student Fee

$120 one time fee for Undergraduates

$35 one time fee for Graduates

GPSA special fee for Graduate Students

$18 per semester

Mandatory Health Insurance

$2068 annual Graduate students taking 9 credits

Study Abroad Education Fee

$2 per semester

Rebel Recycling Fee

$1 per semester

Student Health Fee

$72 per semester

Technology Fee

$4 per credit

iNtegrate Fee

$3 per credit — In effect as of Fall 2009. This fee is to support the implementation of the iNtegrate student information system and its related applications.

Distance Education Course Fee

$34 per credit distance education course

Student Life Facilities Fee

$173 per semester 4 or more credits

International Student Fee

$145 per semester for all International Students (F1/J1Visa)

Late Payment Fees

Late fees are calculated at $25 per day, up to $250 for accounts not paid in full by the due date of August 22, 2014.

Payment Plan Late Payment Fee

Any unpaid balance on a deferred payment plan is subject to a penalty fee of 10 percent (minimum $10) for each installment not paid by the installment due date.

Late Registration Fee

$50 beginning on August 25, 2014

Reinstatement Fee

$75 For students whose registration or enrollment was cancelled due to nonpayment of fees. Students must pay their balance in full in addition to the reinstatement fee.

Academic Success Initiatives Fee

$25 For Undergraduate students enrolled in 1 or more credits.

Excess Credit Fee

$95.75 per credit

An Excess Credit Fee shall be charged to a student who has attempted credits equal to 150 percent of the credits required for the student's program of study. The amount of this additional fee is equal to 50 percent of the per credit registration fee. Attempted credits include all graded courses on a student's transcript, including but not limited to the grades of F and W (withdrawal) and repeated courses. The fee will be charged, for example, after 90 credits ave been attempted towards a 60-credit associate's degree or 180 credits towards a 120-credit bachelor's degree. Exceptions may apply on a case-by-case basis. The fee will be charged in all terms after passing the threshold number of credits until a degree is awarded to the student. Appeal procedures and other exceptions to this fee are outlined in the catalog.

Program Specific Special Fees

All course related fees and other special fees are due at the time the course is added or registered for. These fees are in addition to the per credit tuition and fees. Please see your individual department if you have questions related to program specific fees.

Differential Program Fees

The Board of Regents of the State of Nevada approved a proposal in December 2010 for the School of Nursing, School of Business, School of Architecture and Department of Physical Therapy at UNLV to implement differential tuition to these programs effective Spring 2012. Please refer to the Board of Regents Manual, Section 7, on Differential Fees for a breakdown of the additional costs associated with these programs.

Special Course Fees

Course fees related to individual courses are listed on the web registration system per course.

All students taking undergraduate courses (100-400 level) shall be assessed the undergraduate fees. All students taking graduate courses (600-700 level) shall be assessed the graduate fees. Audit fees are identical to the undergraduate or graduate fees.

The course charges on this page do not pertain to law students taking courses during a law term or to dental students. If you are a law student, you must check with the William S. Boyd School of Law for the appropriate charges. Dental students must check with the School of Dental Medicine.

All fees are subject to change as approved by the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents. Please consult the Office of Cashiering and Student Accounts for up-to-date information or the Board of Regents Manual.

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