2023 Fees

2023 fees will be posted when available.

Fees for Summer Term 2023 are due as follows:
Term Charges: May 12
Session I: May 12
Session II: June 2
Session III: July 7

You are responsible to have your fees paid by the due dates. You will be responsible for all applicable late fees.

Summer Term does not send bills.

To determine your fees owed you are required to visit MyUNLV and view the My Account tile on your Rebel Student Homepage.

If you are receiving financial aid, including Millennium Scholarship, it is your responsibility to contact Financial Aid and Scholarships at (702)895-3424 to ensure that your fees are paid by the payment due dates.

If you do not pay fees by the end of the Late Payment period, you will be administratively dropped from the course(s) before the end of the Academic Drop period, and you will owe one-half (50%) of the fees for the course(s).

If, after you register, you change your mind and no longer want to be enrolled, go to MyUNLV and drop the course(s) to remove your obligation to pay. To receive a 100% refund you must drop the course(s) by the business day before session begins.

If you are registered for Fall, and have Fall fees, any credit from your Summer Term balance will immediately be applied to the Fall fees.

You may receive an up-to-date balance due by viewing the My Account tile on your Rebel Student Homepage in MyUNLV.

Check the Account Summary in your MyUNLV My Account tile each time you drop or add courses to ensure your account is paid up to date.

Please print a copy of all your payment transactions and retain the copy as proof of payment.

Fee Payment Options


Pay fees online through MyUNLV using your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. If your credit card is declined, you will NOT be notified and late fees may be assessed. You must check your MyUNLV account in three business days (not including Saturday and Sunday) to ensure your bank accepted the payment. Late fees are NOT calculated into the balance total on your MyUNLV account.

Cashier's Office

You may make cash payments in person at the Cashier's Office. This is the only way to pay cash for your fees, however cash payments are not recommended. It is recommended that you purchase a cashier's check or money order and place it in the drop box. A cashier's check or money order is traceable whereas cash is not.

The Cashier's Office is located on the first floor of the Student Services Complex (SSC-A 131).


Verbal credit card payments over the phone cannot be accepted, but a credit card authorization form is available for download. Fill out the authorization form and fax it to (702) 895-1164.

Drop Box

There is a drop box on campus for check and money order payments.

  • Cashier's Office, south entrance of the Student Services Building (SSC-A), available 24 hours;

Important tips for using the drop box

  • DO NOT put cash in drop box. Check, Cashier's check, or money orders payments only;

  • Put the student's UNLV NSHE Student ID on the front of each check or money order;

  • Make the check or money order payable to Board of Regents;

  • A $25.00 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.


Applicable dates for 100% and 50% refunds are listed under Dates and Deadlines

Courses dropped during the approved refund periods are processed as a credit to the student's account. A refund will be processed if the student's account results in a negative balance. Credit or Debit Card refunds are issued to the card used to make the tuition and fee payment. The Cashier's office now offers direct deposit as a more convenient means of providing refunds to students. Refunds for fees paid with financial aid will be credited back to the appropriate federal financial aid and/or institution, and will not be refunded to the student. Contact Summer Term for more information at (702) 895-3711.

Note: If you are registered for Fall and have Fall fees outstanding, any credit from your Summer Term balance will immediately be applied to the Fall fees.

Nevada Residency for the Purposes of Tuition

Residency status is determined by the Office of the Registrar located in the Student Services Complex. Degree seeking non-Nevada resident students wishing consideration to change their status must contact the Office of the Registrar to obtain the appropriate application.

Non-Degree Seeking students of undetermined Nevada residency should refer to the Non-Degree Seeking Student Information website (unlv.edu/admissions/residency) for additional information.