University of Nevada, Reno

Reno, NV

University of Nevada, Reno

Reno, NV

Explore University of Nevada, Reno's Featured Profiles:

Undergrad

Tuition & Fees

$8,366

$24,020

not including room and board

More Financial Details

undergraduateRatios

47%

male

53%

female

18

students

1

faculty

More Student Details

Not Selective

87%

acceptance rate

Accepted 8,419
Declined 1,225
Total Received 9,644
More Admissions Details

Public

19,231

undergraduate students

4,461

graduate students

More Student Details

People Who Liked This School Also Liked…

Name Location
Washington State University Pullman, WA
Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO
Fresno Pacific University Fresno, CA
University of San Francisco San Francisco, CA
Miami University — Oxford Oxford, OH
Pacific University Oregon Forest Grove, OR
Seattle Pacific University Seattle, WA
Chaminade University of Honolulu Honolulu, HI
Ohio University Athens, OH
Gonzaga University Spokane, WA
See All School Suggestions for You
CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

University of Nevada, RenoLogo University of Nevada, RenoLogo

Location

School Facts

University of Nevada at Reno, founded in 1864, is a coeducational public institution. Programs are offered through the Colleges of Agriculture, Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Education, and Human and Community Sciences; the Schools of Journalism, Medicine, and Mines. Its 200-acre campus is located in Reno.

Official website Visit website
Application link Apply online
Public/private Public
Campus enrollment 23,692
Established in 1864
Coeducational Coeducational

255-acre campus in Reno (population: 248,853). Served by air, bus, and train. Public transportation serves campus. School operates on-campus shuttle service.

  • Campus Setting: Major city

University of Nevada, Reno
1664 North Virginia Street
Reno, NV
89557

Campus Life

yes
Housing available
18%
Percent of undergraduates that live in campus-owned housing
64%
Percent of freshmen that live in campus-owned housing
no
Students are not required to live in school housing
yes
Students may have cars on campus
yes
Alcohol is permitted on campus to students of legal age
CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

% freshman classHigh School Class Rank

Top 1/10
28%
Top 1/4
57%
Top 1/2
87%
Bottom 1/2
13%
Bottom 1/4
2%

Test Scores

Average freshman score by percentile.

75th
630
25th
530
75th
630
25th
530
75th
26
25th
19
75th
26
25th
19
75th
26
25th
20

Admissions Facts

Application fee $60
Admissions interview (required or recommended) Required of some
Application deadline (priority deadline) February 1
Application deadline (final deadline) April 7
School has early action program yes
Early action program application deadline November 15
SAT/ACT requirements SAT or ACT Required

Not Selective

87%

acceptance rate

Accepted 8,419
Declined 1,225
Total Received 9,644

Admissions Factors

Required

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language
Admission test scores
Secondary School Record
Completion of college-prepatory program
Secondary School GPA

Neither required nor recommended

Formal demonstration of competencies
Secondary School Rank
Recommendations

CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

Counseling services

  • Academic
  • Birth control
  • Career
  • Military
  • Minority student
  • Older student
  • Personal
  • Psychological
  • Veteran student

Remedial services offered

  • Math
  • Reading
  • Study skills
  • Writing

Career placement services

  • Alumni network
  • Career/job search classes
  • Interest inventory
  • Internships
  • Interview training
  • On-campus job interviews
  • Other
  • Resume assistance

Percent of the campus accessible to physically disabled students

100%

Additional services

  • Day care
  • Health insurance
  • Health service
  • Nonremedial tutoring
  • Placement service

Special programs for physically disabled students

  • Adaptive equipment
  • Braille services
  • Interpreters for hearing-impaired
  • Note-taking services
  • Other
  • Reader services
  • Talking books
  • Tape recorders
  • Tutors
CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

Financial Aid

74%

Of undergraduate students
receiving financial aid

$6,872

Average financial aid

Cost

in-state out-of-state
Tuition $7,268
Room $5,850
Board $5,792
Additional fees $1,098
Books & supplies $1,300
Total $21,308
Average Financial Aid - $6,872
Total with Avg. Aid $14,436

Scholarships & Grants

Need-based

Federal $21,306,762
State $12,069,645
Institutional $16,843,052
Other external $2,961,261
Total $53,180,720

Non-need-based

Federal $4,291
State $8,272,340
Institutional $4,559,441
Other external $1,528,825
Total $14,364,897
CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

Financial Facts

Net Price Calculator Visit calculator

Financial Aid Office


P: 775 784-4666
F: 775 784-1025
finaid@unr.edu

Varsity Sports

M W
All track combined
Baseball
Basketball
Football
Golf
Soccer
Softball
Swimming and diving
Tennis
Track and field x country
Volleyball

Club Sports - Men's

bowling, boxing, cycling, hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, rugby, water polo, wrestling

Club Sports - Women's

boxing, cycling, equestrian sports, racquetball, rugby, water polo

Intramural/Recreational Sports

arena football, badminton, basketball, flag football, floor hockey, golf, mountain biking, rock climbing, soccer, softball, swimming, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, water polo, Wiffle ball

CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

Athletic Facts

Athletic conference memberships
Western Athletic Conference (Football I-A)

Majors

Assc. Bach. Mast. Doct.
Accounting.
Adult Literacy Tutor/Instructor.
Agricultural Teacher Education.
Anthropology, General.
Art History, Criticism and Conservation.
Art/Art Studies, General.
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology, General.
Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist.
Biochemistry.
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering.
Biology Teacher Education.
Biology/Biological Sciences, General.
Biotechnology.
Business Administration and Management, General.
Business/Commerce, General.
Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology.
Chemical Engineering.
Chemical Physics.
Chemistry Teacher Education.
Chemistry, General.
Civil Engineering, General.
Computer Engineering, General.
Computer and Information Sciences, General.
Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services.
Creative Writing.
Criminology.
Curriculum and Instruction.
Dance, General.
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General.
Ecology, Evolution, Systematics and Population Biology, Other.
Econometrics and Quantitative Economics.
Economics, General.
Education, General.
Educational Leadership and Administration, General.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Elementary Education and Teaching.
Engineering Physics/Applied Physics.
English Language and Literature, General.
English/Language Arts Teacher Education.
Environmental Education.
Environmental Science.
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering.
Finance, General.
Foreign Languages and Literatures, General.
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, Other.
Forest Management/Forest Resources Management.
French Language and Literature.
General Studies.
Geography.
Geological/Geophysical Engineering.
Geology/Earth Science, General.
Geophysics and Seismology.
Health and Wellness, General.
History Teacher Education.
History, General.
Human Development and Family Studies, General.
Hydrology and Water Resources Science.
International Business/Trade/Commerce.
International Relations and Affairs.
Journalism.
Legal Professions and Studies, Other.
Marketing/Marketing Management, General.
Materials Engineering.
Mathematical Statistics and Probability.
Mathematics Teacher Education.
Mathematics, General.
Mechanical Engineering.
Metallurgical Engineering.
Microbiology and Immunology.
Mining and Mineral Engineering.
Molecular Pharmacology.
Multicultural Education.
Music Performance, General.
Music Teacher Education.
Music, General.
Natural Resources/Conservation, General.
Neuroscience.
Nursing Administration.
Nursing Practice.
Nutrition Sciences.
Philosophy.
Physics Teacher Education.
Physics, General.
Political Science and Government, General.
Pre-Veterinary Studies.
Psychology, General.
Public Administration.
Public Health, General.
Range Science and Management.
Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse.
Research and Experimental Psychology, Other.
Secondary Education and Teaching.
Social Psychology.
Social Work.
Sociology, General.
Spanish Language and Literature.
Special Education and Teaching, General.
Speech Communication and Rhetoric.
Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist.
Theatre and Dance.
Wildlife, Fish and Wildlands Science and Management.
Women's Studies.
CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

Most Popular Majors

  1. Community Health Sciences
  2. Psychology
  3. Bioloby

Programs Offered

  • Distance Learning
  • Double majors
  • Honors program
  • Independent study
  • Internships
  • Pass/fail grading option
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Self-designed majors

Cooperative Education Programs

  • Agriculture
  • Business
  • Education
  • Health Professions
  • Home Economics
  • Natural Science
  • Social/Behavioral Science

Pre-professional Programs

  • Pre-law
  • Pre-veterinary science

23,692

total students

73%

in-state

27%

out-of-state

Undergraduate

Graduate

81%

19,231
students

Female
53%
10,222

Male
47%
9,009

19%

4,461
students

Female
61%
2,731

Male
39%
1,730

undergraduateFull-time

undergraduatePart-time

81%

15,626
students

Female
53%
8,353

Male
47%
7,273

19%

3,605
students

Female
52%
1,869

Male
48%
1,736

CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

Student Break-down

1%
Nonresident aliens
3%
Black or African American, non-Hispanic/Latino
< 1%
Native American or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic/Latino
8%
Asian, non-Hispanic/Latino
21%
Hispanic/Latino
54%
White, non-Hispanic/Latino
1%
Race and/or ethnicity unknown
7%
Two or more races, non-Hispanic/Latino
< 1%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic/Latino

Transfer Enrollment

164

Transfer applicants enrolled

1%

Students are transfer students

Transfer Requirements

Minimum requirements College GPA: 2.50
High school transcript Recommended of All
College transcript(s) Required of All
Essay or personal statement Not Required/Recommended
Interview Not Required/Recommended
Standardized test scores Recommended of All
Statement of good standing from prior institution(s) Not Required/Recommended

Transfer Application Deadline

Fall: July 1

Spring: January 5

Summer: rolling

Transfer Credits

Maximum transfered

96

semester hours

Minimum transfers must complete

32

semester hours

CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway

International Students

Number of foreign countries represented by degree-seeking undergraduate non-resident aliens 38
Countries most often represented Canada
China
Japan
Russia
Saudi Arabia
South Korea
Special services offered for international applicants ESL program/classes
English lab
International student center
Other
Special counselors/advisors
Special orientation
CollegeXpress Logo

$10,000

Are you our next winner?

Register now for our scholarship giveaway