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Colleges in Nevada

Although Nevada is the seventh biggest state geographically, it has relatively few four-year, degree-granting institutions and the majority, by far, are public schools. The University of Nevada system has campuses in the cities of Reno and Las Vegas, with the latter host to a prestigious hospitality management program. Residents of Nevada can attend select colleges and universities in 14 states, through the Western Undergraduate Exchange. The neighboring states of California, Arizona, Utah, Idaho and Oregon participate in the exchange and charge enrolled out-of-state students no more than 150 percent of the in-state tuition rate.

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School Rank Tuition and Fees Undergrad Enrollment Acceptance Rate Average High School GPA SAT/ACT 75th Percentile
College of Southern Nevada

Las Vegas, NV

Unranked, Regional Colleges (West) $2,700

(in-state)

$11,835

(out-of-state)

35,678 N/A
Great Basin College

Elko, NV

Unranked, Regional Colleges (West) $2,700

(in-state)

$9,615

(out-of-state)

3,138 N/A
Nevada State College

Henderson, NV

Unranked, Regional Colleges (West) $4,498

(in-state)

$14,773

(out-of-state)

N/A N/A
Sierra Nevada College

Incline Village, NV

RNP, Regional Universities (West) $28,483 536 69.25%
University of Nevada--Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV

RNP, National Universities $6,570

(in-state)

$20,480

(out-of-state)

22,432 88.18%
University of Nevada--Reno

Reno, NV

#181, National Universities $6,154

(in-state)

$20,064

(out-of-state)

15,082 82.99%
Western Nevada College

Carson City, NV

Unranked, Regional Colleges (West) $2,700

(in-state)

$9,345

(out-of-state)

4,168 N/A