The Fall 2014 semester is from August 25, 2014 until December 13, 2014. View Academic Calendar for fee and payment deadlines.
Fall 2014 Fees
|Fall 2014 Fees
|Non-Resident: Part Time
|Non-Resident: Full Time
||Per-Unit Fee + $3,322.50/sem
|Non-Resident: Distance Ed Only
||Fall 2014 Other Class Fees
|Fast-Track (High School)
Explanation of Fall 2014 Fees
NV Resident Fees
- NV Resident
- The Fall 2014 semester registration fee for lower division classes is $84.50 per unit and the fee for upper division classes is $138.25 per unit (except for Community Education classes). The fee to audit a class is the same as the fee to register for credit.
- Fast-Track (High School Enrollment)
- Fast Track courses are open only to NV High School Students. High school students who enroll in these WNC distance education classes through the High School Early Entry Program (Fast-Track) will pay a discounted fee of $50.00 per class. Only classes designated as Fast-Track courses are eligible. See a high school counselor for details.
- Non-Resident: Part Time (Up to 6 Units)
- A non-resident tuition fee of $93.00 per unit for lower division classes and $152.00 for upper division classes will be added to the regular registration fee of $84.50 per unit for lower division classes and $138.25 per unit for upper division classes for all Out-of-state students.
- Non-Resident: Full Time (Over 6 Units)
- Out-of-state students who enroll for more than six units in a semester must pay an additional per semester fee of $3322.50 in addition to the regular registration fee of $84.50 per unit for lower division classes and $138.25 per unit for upper division classes.
- Non-Resident: Distance Education Only
- A reduced non-resident tuition fee of $42.25 per unit for lower division courses and $69.25 per unit for upper division classes will be added to the regular registration fee of $84.50 per unit for lower division classes and $138.25 per unit for non-resident students enrolled exclusively in distance education classes, and who reside outside of Nevada during the semester in which enrollment in the distance education course(s) occurs.
- Non-Resident: Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
- Through the Western Undergraduate Exchange, selected students from eligible western states may enroll in any of WNC's programs at a reduced tuition level of 150 percent of the college's regular resident tuition. Students must request WUE status on the application for admission and apply for WUE status by submitting a WUE application to Admissions and Records prior to matriculation. WNC reserves the right to limit the number of WUE students from each state.
- Technology Fee
- The NSHE Board of Regents approved a technology fee of $5.50 per unit. The fee is used to fund technology needs in computing, information delivery systems and enables WNC to stay abreast of the latest technological developments.
- Excess Credit Fee
- Beginning Fall 2014, a 50 percent Excess Credit Fee on the per-credit registration fee shall be charged to a student who has accrued attempted credits equal to 150 percent of the credits required for the student's program of study. The fee is $45.75 per unit for lower division and $74.75 per unit for upper division. See more information on the Excess Credit Fee, including the appeal process.
- Application Fee
- All students who apply for admission are assessed a one-time $15.00 fee when they register. This fee is not deferrable or refundable even if the courses are full, dropped, or cancelled.
- Late Payment Fee
- Any student who registers and pays for a full-term class after the second week of classes must submit a Late Registration Form, with instructor permission, to the Admissions and Records office. A Late Payment Fee of $25 will be assessed. Enrollment is subject to approval by Admissions and Records. Payment for classes must be made in full prior to the time of enrollment. Late Enrollment in short-term classes is also subject to a late payment fee.
- Late Payment Plan Fee
- WNC offers payment plan options for any student who is enrolled in six or more units in the same semester. The first payment must be made in full. Subsequent late payments are assessed a fee of $10 or 10% of the balance, whichever is greater, and will be responsible for the unpaid plan balance.
- Lab Fee
- A lab fee is charged for most lab courses and many other courses that require art supplies or other items.
- Web Lab Fee
- A $5.00 lab fee is charged for all web based courses to cover additional technology costs.
- Video Lab Fee
- A lab fee is charged for most interactive video distance education courses to cover technology costs.
- Application for Graduation Fee
- A fee is charged for applying for graduation