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|Contact Information for Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Website||Civil and Environmental Engineering|
Scrugham Engineering and Mines
|Address||1664 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89557-0258
Contact Dr. David Sanders, Graduate Director, at email@example.com.
Deadline for applications and fellowship consideration is January 15 for Fall Semester enrollment and September 1 for enrollment during Spring Semester.
Applicants must apply through the University's Graduate School. For more information on graduate school requirements and the admissions process, please visit their website.
For spring applicants wishing to enroll during fall semesters, the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department holds a recruitment weekend for invited domestic applicants, typically in late March or early April. Students participating in the weekend will have an opportunity to:
All costs, including travel and lodging, will be paid by the Department.
The recruitment weekend is an excellent chance to meet your graduate advisors and see what the graduate experience at Nevada is like. We can't wait to meet you there.
Almost all of our Ph.D. students receive some form of funding. Funding packages available to graduate students include teaching or research assistantships. Awards are made on the basis of scholarship and promise for outstanding achievement. The applicant's grade point average, GRE scores, statement of purpose, and letters of recommendation are the primary means used to allocate financial aid for graduate students.
The University offers on-campus housing for graduate students. Visit the graduate housing website to learn more about living at the University of Nevada, Reno.