Tuition and Fees

Location: Accounting Services, Red Mountain Building 318
Phone: 775-673-7155

Fees, Tuition and Other Charges Subject to Change Without Further Notice

Fees and tuition are set by the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents and are subject to change at any time before the commencement of classes. Fee changes that occur less than 30 days before the commencement of classes will not be subject to late fee penalties. The below table 1.1 sets forth the fees for the 2022-2023 Academic Year. Table 1.2 sets forth the registration fees and tuition for the next 4 years in accordance with the NSHE Predictable Pricing Program. 

2022-2023 Tuition and Fee Schedule

Table 1.1: The following fees are in effect for the 2022-2023 school year. Note:  Auditors pay the same per-credit fees.

All Students
Summer 2023 Lower Division Registration Fee $118.50/credit
Summer 2023 Upper Division Registration Fee $192.75/credit
Application fee (non-refundable) $20.00
Health and Sports Fee $5.00/credit
Student Association Fee $1.00/credit
Technology Fee $9.50/credit
In-state Students
Registration Fee - Lower Division (Fall and Spring) $112.75/credit
Registration Fee - Upper Division (Fall and Spring) $185/credit
Western Undergraduate Education (WUE) Students
Registration and Tuition - Lower Division (Fall and Spring) $169.13/credit
Registration and Tuition - Upper Division (Fall and Spring) $277.50/credit
Out-of-State Students in fewer than 7 Units
Registration Fee and Tuition - Lower Division (Fall and Spring) $236.75/credit
Registration Fee and Tuition - Upper Division (Fall and Spring) $388.50/credit
Out-of-State Students in 7 or more Units
Registration Fee - Lower Division (Fall and Spring) $112.75/credit plus tuition
Registration Fee - Upper Division (Fall and Spring) $185.00/credit plus tuition
Tuition (Fall and Spring) $3950.50/semester
Out-of-State Distance Education Students
Registration Fee - Lower Division (Fall and Spring) $169.25/credit
Registration Fee - Upper Division (Fall and Spring) $277.50/credit
International Students
Additional International Student Fee $120.00/semester
Additional International Application Fee $25.00 at time applying

NSHE Predictable Pricing Program 4 year Fee Schedule

Table 1.2

Year Registration Fees (upper-division) Registration Fees (lower-division) Full-time* Non-resident Tuition Part-time* Non-resident Tuition (upper-division) Part-time* non-resident Tuition (lower-dvision) Non-resident Tuition* Distance Education (upper-division) Non-resident Tuition* Distance Education (lower-division)
2021-2022 $180 per credit $109.75 per credit $7,686 per year $198 per credit $120.75 per credit $90 per credit $54.75 per credit
2022-2023 $185 per credit $112.75 per credit $7,901 per year $203.50 per credit $124 per credit $92.50 per credit $56.50 per credit
2023-2024 $189.75 per credit $115.50 per credit $8,099 per year $208.50 per credit $127.25 per credit $94.75 per credit $57.75 per credit
2024-2025 $193.25 per credit $117.75 per credit $8,253 per year $212.75 per credit $129.50 per credit $96.75 per credit $58.75 per credit

Books and Supplies: plan on spending an additional $600-$700 per semester.

Parking: at TMCC, parking is free.

Detailed Fee Information

Resident Fees

$112.75 per credit for lower division, and $185 per credit for upper-division, plus a $9.50 per credit technology fee, a $1 per credit student association fee, and a $5 health and sports fee. Except for early and priority registration, fees are generally due two days after you register. Check the TMCC Dates and Deadlines Calendar for the early and priority registration fee payment deadline. Students are responsible for either paying for or dropping from each class in which they are registered. A student's enrollment may be canceled from all classes if payment is not received by the published deadline. Students remain responsible for charges on classes that they do not drop and no longer want to take. Fees are assessed on a per-credit basis. Audited classes cost the same as credit classes. TMCC EPIC classes are self-supporting, so charges vary accordingly.

Residency for Tuition Purposes

Pursuant to the passage of Senate Bill 32 (Chapter 374, Statutes of Nevada 2005), as of July 1, 2005, a financially independent student must be a bonafide resident of the State of Nevada for at least 12 months prior to matriculation to qualify for in-state tuition. Further, for a dependent student to qualify for in-state tuition, the student's family must be a Nevada resident. Please contact the Admissions and Records Office for further details.

Nonresident Tuition

Students classified as nonresident students taking seven or more units shall pay non-resident tuition ($3950.50/semester) plus the per credit registration fees. The total number of credits, taken either for grade or audit, will be calculated in determining assessment of nonresident tuition. Registration in Summer courses, which are not state-funded, shall not cause nonresident tuition to be assessed. In conformity with Sections 10.020 and 396.540, in the Nevada Revised Statutes, students who register for courses with TMCC as Nevada residents must provide proof of residency. Residency requirements can be obtained from the Admissions and Records Office. The regulations for determining residency and tuition charges are described in the Board of Regents Handbook, Title 4, Chapter 15, Section 3 printed in Regulations for Determining Residency and Tuition Charges of this College Catalog.

Application Fee

A $20.00 one-time, non-refundable fee is charged to first-time TMCC students only. This fee is assessed when a student enrolls or attempts to enroll in a class or course at TMCC. This fee cannot be refunded, even if the class or course is canceled by the institution.

Health and Sport Fee

A $5.00 per credit fee shall be charged to all students. This fee supports the Health and Sports facility and the operation of competitive athletic teams at Truckee Meadows Community College.

Student Association Fee

A $1.00 per credit fee shall be charged to all students.

Excess Credit Fee

Effective Fall 2021, institutions will no longer charge students an "excess credit fee" for the accumulation of credits in excess of those required for a student's program of study.

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is a program of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). Through WUE, students in western states may enroll in many two-year and four-year college programs at a reduced tuition level: 150 percent of the institution's regular resident tuition. To be eligible for WUE, students must be a resident of a WICHE State. Some colleges and universities have additional criteria. For further information about specific programs in WUE, contact the Admissions and Records Office.

Distance Education/Out-of-State Tuition

Students who physically reside outside the state of Nevada and who take online classes only may be eligible for a special distance education rate. To apply, students should submit the Request for Distance Education Special Tuition Rate form to the Admissions and Records Office.

Lab and Special Fees

Some classes have additional lab fees or costs for supplies; refer to the class schedule for details. These fees are added to the per-credit class fees.

Technology Fee

Fees printed in the class schedule include the $9.50 per credit technology fee approved by the NSHE Board of Regents.