Office of Prospective Students

Office for Prospective Students

Nevada students come from across the U.S. and the world, representing diverse experiences, backgrounds and cultures. Our 145-year tradition of excellence continues as we provide eager scholars with a rich college experience -- starting freshman year.

Our offices

The Office of Prospective Students maintains offices in Reno, southern Nevada (Las Vegas) and southern California. Our helpful staff can assist you, your parents and family members arrange campus visits, walk you through the admission process and answer any questions you may have about the University, student life, academics and more. Connect with our admissions coordinators at one of our offices today.

Ready to visit campus?

We are excited that you're considering the University of Nevada, Reno. The Office of Prospective Students loves introducing new students and their families to our beautiful campus. We offer multiple visit programs, allowing you flexibility in how you'd like to come and experience the University. Learn more about our campus visit options below.

Nevada Bound

Nevada Bound is a single-day campus visit program that provides prospective students and their families and opportunity to experience life at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Las Vegas fly-up program

Are you from Clark County? You can take advantage of our Las Vegas Nevada Bound student fly-up program. This program is a one-day chaperoned visit where we fly you to the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno.

Virtual tour

Can't make it to campus? Take an online tour of the University of Nevada, Reno instead. This customizable tour allows you to learn about different facilities, academic programs, dining options and more.

Walking tours

Walking tours are held year-round and include a 90-minute, guided visit around campus. Student ambassadors guide prospective students, parents and other visitors around the University's 290-acre campus, providing details about the University of Nevada, Reno and answer visitor questions.