Nevada Veterans’ Benefits

In addition to federal programs such as the GI Bill, there are veterans’ benefits programs provided by the states.  The following are the Nevada veterans’ benefits programs for education in 2018.

Waiver of Fees for Members of Nevada National Guard

The University of Nevada system may grant a waiver of tuition and laboratory fees for any active member of the Nevada National Guard.

Waiver of Fees for Children and Surviving Spouses of Nevada National Guard

The University of Nevada system may grant a waiver of tuition and laboratory fees for any child or surviving spouse of a Nevada National Guard member killed in the line of duty. A child may use the waiver for 10 years after they attain the age of 18 years. A surviving spouse may use a the waiver for 10 years after the member’s date of death.

Grant-In-Aid for the Family of a Member Killed in the Line-of-Duty

Dependents of an active duty member killed in the line of duty while permanently stationed in Nevada may be eligible for a financial grant that does not require repayment.

 

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For more information regarding Nevada veterans’ benefits, please visit – Nevada Office of Veterans Services

 

Related state military and veteran information:

State Veterans’ Benefits – By State

Nevada BAH Rates

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