You know that college costs money, but do you know the difference between tuition and fees? Tuition pays for teaching, covering the base cost per credit hour to the school for providing you an enthusiastic, equipped professor who prepares your awesome course content! Fees cover anything required outside of basic academic service, like a technology fee so you can access wifi throughout campus or a lab fee for fresh specimens to examine, and may be charged on a per credit, per course, per semester, or one-time basis.
In order to allow students and parents to appropriately budget for college costs in advance, the Nevada Board of Regents has approved a Predictable Pricing Program. This program provides the cost of base tuition fees for a four-year period.
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.