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From California? Want a $12,700 annual scholarship?

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Take a campus visit. Whether it is an in-person walking tour, a guided virtual tour or a single day Nevada Bound program, we are excited to welcome you to our 290-acre campus.
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Find a major

13 colleges. 40 departments. 145+ bachelor's degree options. Find an academic path that fits your personal and professional goals.

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Costs and aid

In-state tuition is under $8,000 per year and out-of-state tuition through the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is only $11,206 per year for qualified students. Find a financial program that works for you.

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On-campus housing

Call campus home by choosing from three themed learning living communities and five residence halls for freshmen. Learn more about your housing options.

Opportunity U: The Nevada Admissions Blog

Applying to college is a big decision, and you'll make a lot of choices along the way. Get tips and advice from the admissions staff at the University of Nevada, Reno to help you navigate the college search process.

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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.

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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.

The Knowledge Center

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.

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