- Living on Campus Living on Campus You have the choice of living in nine residence halls, each with its own personality and style. From historic brick buildings to modern suite-style living, its easy and convenient to live on campus and get the full residential college experience. Living on Campus
- Campus Recreation Campus Recreation Successful students are healthy students, that’s why the University offers a dynamic campus recreation and wellness program. From the fitness center to drop-in classes to a rental center for kayaks and snowboards, you have ample opportunity to get fit. Campus Recreation
- Food & Drink Food & Drink Tasty, healthy food (and lots of coffee) is available all over campus. Whether you’re prepping for finals or hanging out with friends, you’ll have options nearby for pizza, burritos, burgers, baked goods and more. Food & Drink
- Health & Safety Health & Safety From the Student Health Center to the Campus Pharmacy to University Police Services, you have access to the health and safety services you need to keep you focused on academic success. Health & Safety
Clubs & Organizations
We’ve got more than 250 clubs and organizations on campus. These clubs can revolve around anything that interests students, from sports to hobbies to politics.
Fraternities & Sororities
Share life with a fraternity or sorority built on your values and goals.
Students enjoy an amazing building that is especially their own. There are places to relax, places to eat, a movie theatre and the student owned and operated Nevada Wolfshop.
Diversity is a key pillar that makes our University great. Just like the famous poem says, “The strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack!”
More than 100 years of history makes for some great traditions. Activities like "Painting the N" and "Mackay Week" stretch back to 1913.
Student governments play a vital role in the big and small decisions of campus life. The undergraduate student government manages a budget of more than $1 million.