Below is the current amount of aid to be paid for undergraduate and graduate course work at NSHE system institutions for the Fall 2019 semester.
||Undergraduate Course Work
||Graduate Course Work
||$159.38 per credit
||$203.75 per credit
|College of Southern Nevada
||$78.20 per credit (lower-level courses)
$112.25 per credit (upper-level courses)
|Nevada State College
||$120.30 per credit
||$162.31 per credit
|Truckee Meadows Community College
||$76.28 per credit
|University of Nevada, Reno
||$160.77 per credit
||$202.88 per credit
Note: The grant-in-aid program does not pay 100 percent tuition, student fees, or late fees. A list of student fees can be found on the UNLV cashiering’s office website.
Below is the current amount of aid to be paid for course work in dental, law, or medical programs at NSHE system institutions.
- UNLV School of Dental Medicine
$12,463.00 per semester
- UNLV Boyd School of Law
$481.45 per credit (not to exceed $6,762.70)
- University of Nevada, Reno, Medical School
A flat amount equal to 16 graduate credits every medical school semester.
Grant-in-aid paid to faculty for undergraduate courses is not considered taxable income.
Grant-in-aid paid to faculty in excess of $5,250 for graduate courses, for the calendar year, is considered taxable income.
Grant-in-aid paid to dependents and spouses/domestic partners of faculty for undergraduate courses is not considered taxable income. Dependent and spouse/domestic partner grant-in-aid for graduate level courses, including dental school and law school courses, for the calendar year, is considered taxable income to the employee.
Taxes are reported twice a year. For additional information, please consult your tax advisor.