Application Deadlines: Students should apply early in the fall of their senior year. February 1st is the priority deadline for scholarship consideration and June 1st is the final application deadline.
For students who wish to start in the spring semester November 1st is the priority deadline for scholarship consideration and January 10th, 2012 is the final deadline.
English: 4 units
Emphasis on composition; rhetoric; and American, English and world literature.
Mathematics: 3 units
Includes algebra, geometry, trigonometry or other advanced math.
Social Studies: 3 units
Includes world history and geography, U.S. history, economics, government and law.
Natural Science: 3 units
Preferably biology, chemistry and physics, with at least two in a laboratory science.
*Taking the ACT/SAT is required for admission purposes for first time freshmen*
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Students must have a 3.0 weighted GPA in the academic core courses in order to be admitted to the University of Nevada. The academic courses include: English, Math, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences. A weighted GPA takes into account the extra difficulty of honors, AP or IB classes. If you have not completed the required high school courses, you will not qualify for regular admission to Nevada, regardless of your GPA or test scores.
If your GPA is between 2.5 and 2.9, you will be offered enrollment to a Nevada NSHE Community College. You will be offered admission to a Nevada university once you have completed a minimum of 24 college transferable semester credits at a NSHE Community College and have a 2.5 GPA in all your coursework.
If a first-time new student does not meet the GPA requirement, they may use an SAT Critical Reading and Math combined score of 1040 or an ACT composite score of 22 in place of the GPA requirement. Test scores are required for admission. 13 core courses must be also be met in English, mathematics, social studies and natural sciences.
Submit ACT or SAT I test scores to support your application for admission. Test scores are required for placement in first year courses and new freshman scholarships.
The university will accept both the new (after March 2005) and old (prior to January 2005) ACT/SAT I tests. At this time, the university does not require the writing component.
If a student does not meet the GPA requirement, students who graduate with an Advanced Diploma from a Nevada High School will be granted admission to the University. 13 core courses must be also be met in English, mathematics, social studies and natural sciences.
Submit your final official high school transcript to support your application for admission.
Alternate admissions options may be available. Further instructions are provided to those who qualify.