Applying for International Undergraduate Degree Seeking Admission
You may begin your University of Nevada International Student application by navigating to MyNEVADA 2.0. If you will be attending under an F1 or J1 visa, you will be submitting an International Student admission application.
The application for International Students is largely the same as Domestic Undergraduate Degree seeking. The only major difference when applying as an International Student is you will be asked to provide your passport information.
You may begin your University of Nevada International application by navigating to MyNEVADA 2.0. Within Essentials click on the Applicant Task Center:
All Applicant related tasks will be listed. You must first Create an Applicant Account, click on the Step 1: Create Applicant Account tile:
Enter all required fields on the Create Account page, and click Submit to create an admission application username and password. As a reminder, these log in credentials are only used to work on and submit your admission application. Once you have submitted your admission application you will not use this username and password again; unless you submit an additional admission application in the future.
Confirmation of your Application for Admission account creation will then be displayed for you. You are now ready to log in and work on an admission application.
Close the Create Account tab, and from the Applicant Task Center click the Step 2: Create Application for Admissions tile to begin your application. Log in using the username and password you just created:
To apply as an International Student, be sure to select 'International' from the 'Application Type' drop down after you have selected the appropriate Career, Admit Type and Term.
To continue the step by step application tutorial please refer to the Domestic Undergraduate page. As a reminder, the only difference when submitting an International application is you will be asked to enter your passport information as shown below.
For more information on applying as an International student, please visit the Office of International Students & Scholars