University of Nevada, Reno
The most unexpected part of Nevada may be its beautiful 124-year-old Reno campus overlooking the Sierra Nevada.
The campus is a mix of living history, from nineteenth century Morrill Hall, which sits on an elm-tree-lined grassy quadrangle, to the technologically savvy Davidson Math and Science Center, Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center and Joe Crowley Student Union, all built in the last five years.
Nevada offers year-round walking tours of campus. Student Ambassadors guide prospective students, parents and other visitors around the university's 255-acre campus during the hour and a half tour, answering any questions you may have.
To get a taste of Nevada before visiting in person, check out our virtual tour featuring 360 degree panoramas of campus. You can also learn about specific facilities on campus or use a Google map to see where different points of interest are on campus.
The Nevada Bound campus visit program brings prospective students and parents to campus to explore the University and meet faculty and academic representatives. Come see if Nevada is the right fit for you.