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University of Nevada, Reno, Reno

(4.4/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
From its birth in 1874, the University of Nevada, Reno has come a long way. The state’s flagship institution has excelled in teaching, research and outreach and is poised to continue as a light of learning and knowledge in northern Nevada and throughout the world.
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TripAdvisor
  • Nicely laid out campus to visit and walkthru. Lots of greenery with a blend of the 1900s to modern day.  more »
  • Wow this campus is modern meets traditional quad meets romantic rose garden. The student union has fabulous restaurants and a two story bookstore. There is always something happening on campus includi...  more »
  • Delivered my grandson for the fall 2016 semester as a freshman. Easy application for admissions as they helped us get FASFA/under special needs/no parental support. Multiple selections of subjects to ...  more »
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  • I couldn't have asked for a better college experience. Great community for anyone who is new to town and recently campus has been looking sharp with new facilities. I've always felt relatively safe around campus and town, except for 4th street. Academically speaking it's a great school for the price (compared to California schools). The Electrical Engineering, Renewable Energy emphasis is sub-par. They should really reevaluate the program, since there is so much potential but not the best direction. The general EE degree is great, though. I would do it all over again here.
  • Any university that honors Harry Reid with a building named after him is not worth looking at. I'm embarrassed to be a UNR alumni.
  • This campus is awesome and getting better all the time. Definitely needs a truly free and available WiFi though...
  • I would have to say this is the best college in town. The price is reasonable and the teaching ain't much bad. I really enjoy attending school here.
  • UNR has a medical diagnosis program for autism. They are wonderful.