The University of Nevada, Reno was founded in 1874 as the State University of Nevada in Elko, Nev., about 300 miles northeast of its present-day campus in Reno. The site for the university preparatory school in eastern Nevada (where no state institutions had previously been located) proved to be impractical, as nearly half of the state's residents lived in the Reno-Carson City area.
Over the past decade, the research enterprise at the University of Nevada, Reno has grown substantially. The University has tripled its sponsored research grants and contracts total during this time, exceeding more than $150 million.
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The campus is beautiful, complete with towering green trees and brick buildings. There are coffee shops, sports, restaurants and a multitude of great study spots. Whether you are a prospective student or already taking classes, feel free to explore and see what makes "the campus on the hill" so special.
More than 250 clubs and organizations on campus. These clubs can revolve around anything that interests students, from sports to hobbies to politics.
The misinterpretation of college was made abundantly clear within my first year of attending UNR. The understanding that I was the only one who cared about my success in education was shown dramatically. The appeal of a quality education is what was shown but not received. the science department of chemistry, of which I was studying in, was not as respected as it should've...
The University of Nevada, Reno is a tier one university with amazing teachers and academics. While the school is mostly known for its medical and engineering programs, the liberal arts departments cannot be overlooked. Unfortunately, even those these programs are admirable, they are often seen to be lesser, especially considering math and science are King. Even still, the...