Now that you've decided that UNLV's the place for you, tell us who you are so we can help you get started with the application process.
Important Application Information For First-Time Freshman ONLY
Because the number of admitted applicants who have committed to enroll at UNLV for the fall term have exceeded our expectations, we will be making fewer offers than we have in the past to students that apply after our standard deadline of July 1.
Qualified applicants who cannot be accommodated for the fall term will be guaranteed admission for either the Spring or Fall, 2016 semester. There will be no need to reapply. Please contact the Office of Admissions for more information at 702-774-8658.
You currently attend high school or have earned a high school diploma and the only college credits you will or have earned were completed during high school.
You have earned college credits after earning a high school diploma (or equivalent).
You require an I-20/student visa form to attend UNLV.
You are a veteran or an active duty military member.
You have been admitted and taken classes toward a degree-seeking major at UNLV and have had a break in enrollment.
You are interested in taking a class at UNLV but not planning to immediately enroll in a degree-seeking program.
You have an undergraduate degree and are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
You have an undergraduate degree and are a non-U.S. and nonpermanent resident.
You have been a student at UNLV but have taken at least a semester off.
You have an undergraduate degree and wish to enroll in select graduate studies courses.
You have at least 90 college credits including prerequisites, and a competitive score on the Dental Admissions Test.
You have an undergraduate degree from an accredited four-year college or university and have taken the LSAT.
You are interesting in getting involved and staying active through engaging programs for seasoned adults.
You are interested in professional development or personal enrichment courses that can lead to a certificate or CEUs (continuing education units).