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Beautiful campus, very close to the Reno airport. The Argenta Hall is very nice too. The food at the Downunder Café isn't great, especially for vegetarians, but there are several good restaurants close by.
We took an Uber to visit the Fleischmann Planetarium. We arrived at 11:00 am and found out that all the shows until 2:00 were geared to children. My advise is to call ahead so your timing will coincide with the ages of your group.
The campus is on rolling terrain and it's nicely landscaped, but a lot of the rolling terrain has been turned into stairways so it's not much for just a stroll. The reason I dropped in was for the W.M. Keck Minerals and Mining Museum on...More
An immaculately maintained campus with to-die-for grass. I'm really afraid to know how much fertilizer, weed killer, and water are used, but the results are really frighteningly amazing, especially considering you are in the desert. The buildings are modern, new, and well maintained. What goes...More
My daughter is at the end of her second year and loves it there. My other daughter will start in the fall. She was so impressed with the campus when she went to visit her sister and do a tour. We are excited to have...More
By Indian do you mean , Native or citizens of India? Either way I can not answer. UNR does have an active diversity center and a diverse population. The community is open and supportive of cultural diversity but the... More
By Indian do you mean , Native or citizens of India? Either way I can not answer. UNR does have an active diversity center and a diverse population. The community is open and supportive of cultural diversity but the population is dominated by Caucasian, primarily Californians and Nevadans. Great school and if you are considering, you should come visit and take a tour! Good luck