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Home > Military Education Benefits > Waiver of fees for child, widow or widower of person killed while performing duties as member of Nevada National Guard
 
Waiver of fees for child, widow or widower of person killed while performing duties as member of Nevada National Guard

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About: The Board of Regents may grant a waiver of registration fees and laboratory fees for a child, widow or widower of a person who was killed while performing his or her duties as a member of the Nevada National Guard. For the purpose of assessing fees and charges against a person to whom such a waiver is granted, including, without limitation, tuition charges pursuant to NRS 396.540, the person shall be deemed to be a bona fide resident of this State.
 
Eligibility: A person is eligible for a waiver pursuant to subsection 1 if the person maintains at least a 2.0 grade point average, on a 4.0 grading scale, each semester or the equivalent of a 2.0 grade point average if a different scale is used.
 
A child may use a waiver granted pursuant to this section for 10 years after the child attains the age of 18 years or, if the child enrolls in the System before the age of 18 years, for 10 years after the date of such enrollment. A widow or widower may use a waiver granted pursuant to this section for 10 years after the date of the death of the member.
 
The Board of Regents may request the Adjutant General to verify that a person is the child, widow or widower of a person who was killed while performing his or her duties as a member of the Nevada National Guard. The Adjutant General shall, upon receiving such a request, notify the Board of Regents in writing concerning the status of that person.
 
 
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