Silver State Transfer Program
The Co-Admission program is a bridge from the Nevada Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) community colleges to the University of Nevada, Reno. Program participants have the opportunity to work one-on-one with advising specialists as they transition to the University of Nevada, Reno. The purpose of the program is to support community college students as they prepare to transfer, ensuring a smooth transition to the baccalaureate degree. Students who are in the program may take courses from both the community college and the University at the same time that they are pursuing their transferable Associate's degree. The community college remains the home campus for co-admit students.
Benefits of the program, while you are enrolled at the community college
- Most efficient and least costly route to the baccalaureate degree as a result of coordinated, timely and accurate academic advising from both the community college and University.
- Updated academic advising reports from the University regarding progress towards the Bachelor's degree.
- Updated academic advising reports from the community college regarding progress towards the Associate's degree.
- Transcripts exchanged updating degree audit report at both institutions.
- Personally invited to Nevada's campus for events.
- University NetID for accessing University library resources.
- WolfCard University student I.D. Only attainable once student has enrolled in at least one credit with the University.
- Access to the Weigand Fitness Center. Paid in fees once enrolled in one credit at the University, or can be purchased at Weigand Fitness Center for $45/semester.
- Receive mentoring through the University's Peers At Work (PAW) mentoring program.
Silver State Transfer Program guidelines
- Community college students who attend a Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) community college (GBC, WNC, TMCC and CSN) may apply for the co-admission program.
- Students must be enrolled, or have completed a college level English and Mathematics course to be eligible.
- Students must be in good academic standing.
- Students agree to all the exchange of transcript data between the community college and the University.
- Students are assigned a University advisor. Students are required to meet with their academic advisor each semester at both the University and the community college.
- Students are expected to enroll in courses leading to both the AA/AS degree and Bachelor's Degree.
How to Apply
- Complete the undergraduate application at unr.edu/apply and SAVE, no need for payment at this time. Notify Kari Emm at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify application has been received.
- Send official transcripts to: University of Nevada, Reno, Admissions and Records/MS 0120, Reno, NV 89557
- The $60 non-refundable university application fee will be deferred until student enrolls at the University.
- Provide immunization records if you are intending to enroll at the University (documentation of two doses of Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR); and one dose of Tetanus within the last 10 years). They can be sent to the address above or faxed to: 775/784-4283.
Forms for Silver State Transfer Students
You may use the forms below for the Silver State Transfer program:
Permission to enroll: This form allows a student participating in the Silver State Transfer program to enroll in a class at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Declaration of intent to graduate: If you are intending on graduating from your current institution, please fill out the Intent to Graduate form. By submitting this form the student acknowledges and agrees to abide by the published admission application deadlines. Please see the Academic Calendar for all important deadlines and dates for the term you will begin attending the University of Nevada, Reno full-time.