About our Lake Tahoe location

The University of Nevada, Reno is developing a multi-campus approach to solving the environmental challenges associated with Lake Tahoe’s air- and watershed, incorporating important issues such as sustainability more directly into the curriculum and developing exciting new ways to engage our students through the learning environment that is Lake Tahoe. Learn more about the University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe.

Information for teach-out students

Community events

We're pleased to continue to host community engagement events that bring people from around the Reno/Tahoe area onto our campus to enjoy arts, speakers and more in beautiful Lake Tahoe.

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Individuals look at art in a gallery exhibition space

The University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe in the news

Microbiome camp with three students engaged in research.

Remarkable research program introduces students to biomedical life science and data science

From preparing samples for sequencing to hiking trips around Lake Tahoe, this year’s Nevada INBRE program was a great success

President Sandoval at a podium

2023 Tahoe Summit Luncheon hosted at the University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe

The Wayne L. Prim Campus welcomes policymakers to Incline Village to discuss conservation challenges facing Lake Tahoe

Artists stand in lake holding recoding equipment and a camera.

Visual art and music converge in new Lake Tahoe exhibit

Jazz musician and visual artist collaborate on a new exhibit in the Prim Library with a public artist reception on August 1.

"To do it at Lake Tahoe is to do it nowhere else in the world, because there is no place in the world like Lake Tahoe."

—Jill S. Heaton, Senior Vice Provost

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