Transfer into the Pack family!

We welcome students transferring to the University of Nevada, Reno from community colleges and four-year institutions.

New application

Review our admission requirements and application deadlines for more information about the online application, application due dates, priority scholarship consideration, housing deadlines and more.

Continue a saved application

Already started an application? Log into the online application portal to submit your application.

Check application status

You can check the status of your application through MyNEVADA. You must activate your MyNEVADA account prior to accessing your application status.

The transfer admissions process.

Admission requirements

Get more information about admission requirements for transfer students.

Admission deadlines

Review application deadlines for Fall and Spring admission cycles.

Transfer Pathways

Learn more about Transfer Pathway programs, including the Silver State Transfer Program for students from Nevada and other options for students from other states, such as California.

Transferring credits

Review the information below to learn more about what types of coursework and credits transfer to the University.

Transfer agreements

Transfer agreements outline the path to completion for both the associate and subsequent bachelor's degree.

Build a transfer map

Use a free account in Transferology to build a transfer map by selecting the University of Nevada, Reno and your transfer institution. 

Learn more about the University and transfer process.

Join us for in-person and Zoom workshops to meet with transfer specialists, admissions and records representatives, academic advisors and more.

Learn about Pack life.

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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

Transfer students can apply to live in the Transfer Living Learning Community, designed to meet the unique needs of transfer students.