Start Your Nevada Career Off Right!
Connect with the University of Nevada, Reno! These pages will help you take care of University business before you begin your college career.
Accept your Admissions
Once you have decided to attend the University of Nevada, Reno, log into MyNEVADA and accept your admission.
Log into MyNEVADA to view your class schedule details, financial aid, academic planner, transfer credit, and much more. For technical support please contact (775) 784-MYNV.
Visit the FAFSA Website to complete your FAFSA. Submit your FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1st.
View a list of advisor contacts by college.
- Your academic advisor can review how your classes have transferred and help you develop an academic plan for future classes to take toward graduation.
- Make an appointment with your advisor either by phone or email.
- Before your appointment review the General Catalog for the requirements to complete your major, which is available at MyNEVADA.
Request/Review Core Substitutions
If you believe one of your transfer courses was not articulated you can request either a core substitution or major/college substitution. Visit Academic Central to access the proper forms.
Submit All Other Required Documents
- Final College Transcript: If you are currently attending a college submit your final transcript with grades to get credit for your classes.
- Immunizations: Two doses of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) taken on or after 12 months of age and one dose of tetanus/diphtheria (TD) taken in the last 10 years. You must submit your immunizations before you can register for classes. You can fax immunizations to (775) 784-4283 or via mail to University of Nevada, Reno Admissions & Records MS 0120 Reno, NV 89557-0120.
If you have not already visited campus, or want to come back, you can set up a time to visit by contacting us online, call us at (775) 784-4700 option 1 or 1-866-2NEVADA (1-866-263-8232), or email email@example.com.
Register for Classes
Students begin registering for the fall semester in April and the spring semester in November. For a list of classes and a registration schedule see MyNEVADA.
Register for Orientation
Orientation is the time to explore the University campus, meet other students and learn about services available to you as a University student. Various transfer Orientation programs will be held during the summer. Visit the Orientation webpage to learn more and register.
Before You Get to Campus
Take care of University business early to make your time as a Nevada student even better.
- Residential Life, Housing and Food Services: If you are planning on living on campus, don't forget to apply by the May 1st priority housing deadline.
- Visit our Transfer Student Housing page.
- Student Financial Aid and Scholarship Services: Are you receiving any financial aid or scholarships? Make sure you have completed all of the appropriate paperwork and have notified the University of any additional funding you may have received.
- Parking and Transportation Services: Students may bring a car to campus, but you must have a parking permit. Purchase your permit early as Parking Services sells out of permits before the semester begins.