Enrollment Services

Enrollment Services assists current and prospective students and their families with admissions, financial aid student support programming

Our departments

Office for Prospective Students

The Office for Prospective Students maintains offices in Reno, southern Nevada (Las Vegas) and southern California. Our helpful staff can assist students, their parents and family members arrange campus visits, assist with the the admission process and answer any questions about the University, student life, academics and more.

Admissions and Records

The Office of Admissions and Records serves students, faculty, staff and alumni of the University of Nevada, Reno through registration, record keeping, course management and academic support.

Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship manages the financial aid processes for students, providing assistance with the FAFSA, scholarships, loans, grants, Work-Study and more.

Disability Resource Center

The DRC provides a coordinated program of support services which are not furnished by other University offices or outside organizations. The DRC assists students in negotiating disability related barriers and strives to improve access and opportunity.

Student Services' First Generation Student Center

The First Generation Student Center helps helps students who will be the first in their families to complete a baccalaureate degree, and income-qualified students to overcome class, social and academic barriers to higher education. We believe all students should have an equal opportunity to prepare for, attend and graduate from college.

Veteran Services Office

The Veteran Services Office is the University's liaison to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for veteran and veteran-related education benefits and provide a wide range of support and referral services for all undergraduate and graduate students who are: veterans currently serving either active duty, Reserve or National Guard; vocational rehabilitation and qualified dependents.

Commencement Exercises

Commencement Exercises oversees the graduate process and each commencement ceremony in the winter and the spring.

Office of International Students and Scholars

The Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) provides information and advice regarding visa categories, international student admission, employment options, and cultural adjustment. Programs and activities are offered that foster intercultural understanding and enhance the skills needed to be successful in an increasingly interconnected world.