Visit Campus

Visit the University of Nevada, Reno

Once you visit campus, you'll want to prowl with the Pack!

From Las Vegas? Let us fly you to campus.

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 to the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno. If you qualify*, your Nevada Bound experience includes the following:

  • Round-trip airfare between Las Vegas and Reno
  • Ground transportation in Reno
  • Participation in college fair with our academic programs
  • Meeting with advisors and officers from admissions and financial aid
  • A tour of campus and residence halls
  • Lunch on campus and more!

*Eligibility: Las Vegas Nevada Bound is available to eligible high school juniors, seniors and transfer students from southern Nevada. 

Register for a Las Vegas Nevada Bound campus tour

Fall previews

Fall previews are opportunities for you to meet with representatives from the University of Nevada, Reno. Held each fall, at these events you can speak to housing and financial aid advisors and admissions specialists to get more information about the admissions process, paying for your education and more. You can attend student panel sessions to learn about the college experience, life on campus and what it is like being a member of the Wolf Pack. 

Fall preview dates will be released in Summer 2019

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Get to know Reno/Tahoe

Lake Tahoe The Jewel of the Sierra, Lake Tahoe boasts world-class recreation year-round, from skiing and snowboarding to backpacking, mountain biking and rock climbing.
Tahoe sunset
Reno Aces Reno's Minor League Baseball team knows how to get the crowds riled up at Greater Nevada Field in the Freight House District in downtown Reno.
Reno Aces
MidTown Chock full of murals, great restaurants, hip bars, craft breweries and all manner of shops, the MidTown District is the place to be.
MidTown
Truckee River The Truckee River flows from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake – right through the heart of Reno – and provides swimming, fishing, rafting and whitewater kayaking opportunities along the way.
The Truckee River in Snow