Our role is to assist pre-professional students in understanding what the academic preparation looks like, help navigate the application process, and provide an idea of what admissions committees are looking for in their applicants. Students who are interested in a pre-professional career are encouraged to seek advisement early for course planning, securing relevant experience and understanding what the core attributes and competencies are to become a well-qualified applicant.
For students who are interested in pre-health professional tracks, this webinar will give you essential information regarding coursework and other activities that you should complete in order to be considered a competitive student in your pre-professional track.
Completion of this course is required in order to meet with a pre-professional advisor. This webinar can be completed asynchronously. Please complete this form and you will be enrolled in the next 2-3 business days and it will be located in your WebCampus.
- If you have attended an in-person informational session in a prior semester, you will not be required to complete this course, regardless of your track.
- You have enrolled in/have completed ACE 101
Resources and opportunities
For more information about resources available to pre-professional students, including courses, webinars and presentations offered by the Pre-Professional Advising office, please visit our resources page.
To see the most current pre-professional opportunities, please visit the opportunity board.
UNR and NSHE Alumni pre-professional advisor appointment
Alumni of the University of Nevada, Reno, or any other NSHE institution, can make an appointment with a pre-professional advisor for $30/appointment. Please fill out the following form and fax it to the University of Nevada Reno’s Cashiers Office. Once you have confirmation of your payment please call (775) 784-4684 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your advising appointment.
Explore various pre-professional pathways and learn more about courses required, suggested timelines and more.