Transfer Students

National research indicates that students who live on campus in a residence hall...

  • Meet more people and make more friends
  • Are more satisfied with their college experience
  • Are more likely to earn a higher grade point average
  • Are more likely to obtain a baccalaureate degree in 4 years
  • Are more involved in academic and extracurricular activities

Alexander Astin Study 1977,1993 Gregory Blimling Study 1994

According to recent data, 91.6% of sophomores living on campus at the University of Nevada, Reno enrolled the following year.

Living on campus is also a great way to meet people and get connected to the University, in a safe and convenient location. Price includes: furnishings, utilities, internet, social activities & programs, and friendly staff who are available 24hrs a day, 7 days a week.  The following two residence halls are geared towards transfer students and have a lot to offer you: 

Sierra Hall

  • Free internet
  • Good location for students who want a more privacy
  • Large rooms with bathrooms and a majority also have walk-in closets
  • Breakfast service in the lounge during the academic year
  • 24hr information and security desk
  • Lounges, hi-tech Conference room, Game Room, and Laundry room
  • Convenient on campus parking location (yellow permit 2 required)

Canada Hall

  • Free internet
  • Good location for students who want more social interactions
  • 6 person apartments with living rooms, kitchens, and two bathrooms
  • 24hr information and security desk
  • Large social lounge
  • Laundry room
  • Convenient on campus parking location (yellow permit 1 required)
To qualify to live in one of these communities as a transfer student you must:
  • Have graduated high school at least 1 full academic year prior and completed college credits OR
  • Be 20 years of age or older OR
  • Have lived in a College/University Housing Residence Hall for 1 year

Are you Thinking of Transferring to Nevada? Or are you an Already Admitted Transfer Student?