Friday, August 26, 2022 is the last day to pay tuition and fees for the Fall 2022 semester without a $25 per day late penalty. In person payments must be made by 5 p.m. in the Cashier's Office.This is also the last day to pay for all standard term fees for all students enrolled in any mid-semester/modular course(s).
Monday, August 29, 2022 is the first day of late registration. Late payment fees are calculated at $25 per day beginning Monday, August 29, 2022 up to the maximum of $250. Late registration fees are $50 for all students whose initial registration for the term occurs during the late registration period.
Tuesday, September 6, 2022 is the Administrative Drop for Nonpayment deadline. Students will be withdrawn from classes the morning of Tuesday, September 6, 2022.
Tuition Payment Options
Paying your tuition and fees online through our secure MyUNLV Registration Website server using your Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit card is the quickest and easiest way. If you use an on-campus computer or any computer used by other people, be sure you log off the registration system and close the Internet browser so the person who uses that station after you cannot access your personal information.
If your credit card is declined, you will not be notified, and late fees may be assessed. Print your account balance or confirmation number as verification that your payment was submitted. Credit cards decline for many reasons. Not necessarily because you do not have sufficient available credit. You must check back in three business days to ensure your bank accepted the payment.
Late fees are not calculated into the balance total on the Web. Late fees are calculated based on the date payment received. You must calculate late fees ($25 per day, regardless of the number of credits). In three working days, the updated late fees will be on your account balance.
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International Payments (Bank Transfer, Credit Cards, Online)
The university collects international payments via local accounts around the world. To make payments from outside of the United States, please visit the UNLV International Payment page, fill in the information, and choose your preferred payment method.
INVESTMENT ACCOUNT PAYMENTS
You may make tuition payments from a 529 Plan. Contact your provider to arrange for a check to be sent to the university or make a wire payment. Please contact us using Self-Service and request the wire information.
Make checks payable to NSHE Board of Regents. Your name and NSHE Student ID number must be on the front of the check to ensure the correct account is credited.
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The Drop Box will open two weeks before the start of each semester and remain open during the summer sessions. It is available 24 hours a day for check and money order payments and is located at the south entrance of Student Services Building – A (SSC-A).
Important Tips for Using the Drop Box
Do not put cash in the drop box. It is to be used for check, cashier's check, or money order payments only.
The student's NSHE Student ID must be on the front of all checks, cashier's checks, and money orders.
Make checks, cashier's checks, and money orders payable to Board of Regents.
A $25 service charge will be assessed for any check returned unpaid by your bank for any reason, including stop payment.
Checks altered in any way are not accepted.
You may make cash payments in-person at the Cashier's Office, which is located next to the Student Accounts Office on the first floor of the Student Services Building - A (SSC-A 136). Paying in-person is the only way to make a cash payment for your tuition and fees; however, cash payments are not recommended. All payments made by cash can only be verified and traced by a student's receipt number. If the receipt becomes lost or misplaced, a student loses proof of their cash payment, whereas a check or money order may be traced through banking institutions. It is advisable to get a cashier's check or money order to pay your tuition and fees and put it in the drop box with your Student ID number on the front. While the Cashier's Office accepts all forms of payment, keep in mind that long lines form during the weeks before and after the start of each semester. Students paying by check, money order, or credit card may be asked to leave the line and use alternate methods to submit their payments.
UNLV sends electronic notices to Rebel Mail accounts prior to the start of each semester. You may receive an up-to-date balance due on the MyUNLV Registration website at any time. You do not need a bill to pay your tuition. You are responsible to have your tuition and fees paid by the due dates. You will be responsible for all late fees regardless of the status of a bill. Nonpayment of fees may cause you to be financially withdrawn from your courses. It is not appropriate to be attending courses without your tuition and fees paid up to date.
All tuition is due by the stated payment deadline.
The University will only defer tuition and fees for “anticipated” financial aid. If your financial aid (other than “anticipated aid”) has not been applied to your tuition and fees by this date, you must pay and be reimbursed when aid is applied. Please contact UNLV Financial Aid & Scholarships about the status of your aid application. It is not appropriate to be attending classes without your account paid.
Students should consult the MyUNLV website to verify their mailing address or to enroll in direct deposit. If payment is made with a credit card prior to financial aid applying, a refund will be generated to the credit card used as the source of payment.
Delinquent Account Policy
Students and former students having a delinquent (past-due) account (including tuition and registration fees, student fees, special courses fees and residence life charges billed to a student’s account in the student information system) with any member institution of the Nevada System of Higher Education will be placed on financial hold at all member institutions. Students and former students on financial hold may not receive a transcript, register for classes or be awarded a certificate/diploma until the account has been cleared and financial hold removed. The student or former student may; however, inspect the records under the provisions of the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Delinquent accounts may be sent to collection after 90 days. The student will be assessed collection/legal fees.