What does it cost to attend the University?
Get more information about your estimated costs for tuition, fees, housing, meals, books and supplies, and learn about financial aid options, scholarships, tuition free programs and more.
You can afford the University of Nevada, Reno
46% of undergraduate students receive financial aid
Almost everyone is eligible to receive financial aid. If you think your family’s income is too high to qualify for financial aid, you might be surprised.
50%+ of all students graduate with no debt
That's right. More than half of our students leave the University of Nevada, Reno with no student debt.
Learn more about your estimated costs
Determine your student type below to get additional insights into the costs of attending the University of Nevada, Reno.
New freshman from Nevada
New freshman from another state
Transfer student from Nevada
Transfer student from another state
Are you an international student considering a bachelor's degree program at the University of Nevada, Reno?
Graduate School student
Are you a student considering a post-baccalaureate degree, such as a master's or Ph.D.? The Graduate School at the University of Nevada, Reno has complete information about tuition and fees for both students from the United States and from other countries.
An out-of-state education is more affordable than you think
At the University of Nevada, Reno, we believe access to education is critical to developing the next generation of leaders, thinkers and knowledge builders. Tuition should not serve as a deterrant to completing a college degree. If you're a new freshman or transfer student from the Western U.S., you can save on your out-of-state tuition.
University of Nevada, Reno$10,485 (WUE)
University of California$14,000 (In-state tuition)$43,800 (Out-of-state tuition)
University of Oregon$12,750 (In-state tuition)$36,615 (Out-of-state tuition)
University of Washington$11,465 (In-state tuition)$38,166 (Out-of-state tuition)
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
We are a proud participant in WUE, which allows students from participating states and territories to pay only 150% of our standard Nevada resident tuition. Participating areas include Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
Financial aid at the University
Financial aid includes grants and scholarships. In fall 2019, 81 percent of new freshman at the University of Nevada, Reno received grants or scholarships. The University's priority filing deadline is February 1 each year.
Take the guesswork out of tuition and fees
Current tuition and fees
Want to know more about tuition and fees? Review our informational tables to get a better understanding of the tuition and fees for a full academic year at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Four years of tuition rates
You shouldn't have to guess about how much an education at the University of Nevada, Reno costs. Tuition and fees are set by the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Board of Regents and are available through the 2022-2023 school year.