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  • We get regular visits from UNR for application and financial aid help.  If you have questions, you are welcome to come to the Cube or contact our UNR representative, Elizabeth Nubel-Davis -  enubel@unr.edu

    Freshman Information:

    Interested in a campus tour : https://www.unr.edu/visit

    UNR has different types of tours that they offer:

    90 minute walking tour - this is a quick tour around the UNR campus.

    Nevada Bound - a free program available for prospective students and parents to visit the campus.  Learn about admissions, scholarships, financial aid, housing, tour residence halls, meet with academic representatives and participate in informal discussions with current students and faculty.  

    Financial Aid: Washoe County District High Schools will be sponsoring FAFSA Parent Nights - Fall 2022 - A UNR Rep will be attending these Events at all schools. See Financial Aid Tab  or https://www.washoeschools.net/Page/17408

    If you have any questions or concerns about FAFSA, please contact UNR's Financial Aid Office.  They will be able to answer questions over the phone or you can set up an appointment to meet with a Financial Aid Rep.


    NV Guarantee:
    If you've got the grades to go to the University of Nevada, Reno, family finances shouldn't stand in your way.  That's why there's The Nevada Guarantee. If you're a Nevada resident and come from a low-income family, we'll guarantee you free tuition, fees and books, plus all the academic and social support you'll need to graduate in four years or less.  To learn more about this program: https://www.unr.edu/nevada-guarantee

    NevadaTeach is a dual-degree program for undergraduate STEM majors at the University of Nevada, Reno. Students from a host of majors can add a degree in Secondary Education, without adding time or money to their plan. Most of our alumni teach science, mathematics, and agricultural science at the middle or high school level, while others enter graduate or medical school, go into research, or work in various industries. With NevadaTeach, the options are limitless.  


    UNR First Year Scholarships:
    UNR has a deadline of February 15th to apply for their Freshmen Scholarships. 

    • UNR requires all students applying for scholarships must complete FAFSA.
    • February 15th Deadline (if you miss the deadline, please go out to the UNR website, some years they have extended this date into March)



    UNR Dual- Enrollment Program

    Early College Academy's 1+3 program provides high school students the opportunity to complete a year or more of college courses while still enrolled at their local high school.  By completing one year of college requirements during high school, students can graduate college in three years.  The Benefits of this program:  Get a head start on your college education; Save on Tuition (only $150 per credit); Support Services plus  your joining the university community!  Lower and Upper Division Courses are available.