4 majors that lead to high paying jobs (that you’ve probably never heard of)
While you probably have a good idea about some majors available in college, a few that you may have never thought about, or even heard of, can lead to high-income jobs right after graduation.
Top 5 reasons to study engineering
Curious about whether an engineering major is for you? Read on to see our top 5 reasons you should major in engineering.
7 ways to build your resume in college
Landing your dream job requires more than just doing well in your classes. Read on for seven college experiences that can help prepare you for professional success.
Live on campus
Living on campus is a great way to meet new people, find activities that interest you and be part of campus life, 24/7.Learn more about on-campus housing
What's the best degree to get?
Read our summary of the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data and find out what role it can play in helping you find a major.
Advice for incoming college students
We asked some of our current and former students what advice they'd give to incoming college students. Find out what tips they have for you.
5 myths about engineering majors
Think you know what it's like to be an engineering major? Read on to discover what's true - and what's a myth - when it comes to studying engineering.
7 majors that can combat climate change
Research shows younger generations are committed to helping stop climate change. If you want to fight climate change, learn more about seven different majors that may be for you.
Faces of the Pack: Get to know students from around campus
As a first-generation Latina in mining, Isabel Peñaloza Araujo feels proud of her accomplishments, especially as an international student in the U.S. She is well on her way to accomplishing plenty more
Wolf Pack linebacker receives Undergraduate Research funding to investigate energy-saving dynamic windows
Journalism student Chloe Cross gives her advice on managing classes and a full-time job
Juneteenth: The celebration of freedom
UNR Med Outreach and Recruitment Coordinator Andre Lawson writes about what Juneteenth means to him.
So for me, Juneteenth means everything! Social justice, Hope, Rights, Cookouts, Story Time, and just a day of celebration and being thankful for my ancestors.
How to declare a business major
Learn more about how to become a business major, including what courses you'll take when and advice about choosing a minor.
How to become a graphic designer
Graphic designers can work in pretty much any industry, creating visually appealing designs that help businesses succeed. Find out from one graphic designer about what it takes to succeed in the field.
What is academic advising?
In college, you'll work with an advisor to create your class schedule and stay on track to graduation. Find out from one of our academic advisors how advising works in college.
How to compare financial aid letters
April is here and you probably have started receiving financial aid offer letters from different universities. But what does it all mean? Today, we’re going to break it down for you.
How college helped me overcome my fear of public speaking
If you find yourself trembling at the thought of speaking in front of a crowd, you're not alone. Admissions Coordinator Andre Lawson shares how two college classes helped him overcome his fear.
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