Tuition Tracker is a tool designed to help parents and students understand the difference between sticker price and net price. It shows students what they would most likely pay for college based on their family’s income. This tool allows students to search and compare colleges and universities across the country.
Another way to help support your child going to college is through the Nevada College Savings Plan (also known as the 529 Plan). This education savings plan is designed for parents to set aside funds for their child’s future college expenses.
is a form that you and your child should file to see what types of financial aid are available. It is free and quick. If you need help or have any questions regarding the FAFSA, refer to the website for more information.
The FAFSA4Caster is a tool for you to use as an early eligibility estimator for federal student aid. To find out what your child is eligible for, refer to the following link and provide your basic information.
A fact sheet about financial aid and undocumented students. For questions and answers, please refer to the PDF files.
COMMUNITY RESOURCES OUTSIDE OF GEARUP
Division of Welfare and Supportive Services
You can find various information on child support, child care, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), financial help, and medical programs on this website. For more information and details, please visit the website.
Department of Health and Human Services
You can find information regarding medical assistance, mental health assistance and food assistance on this website. For more information and details, please visit the website