Admissions

Undergraduate Students

Summer enrollment is open to Degree and Non-Degree seeking students. Refer to the Admissions website (unlv.edu/admissions) to learn how to apply to UNLV.

All degree seeking freshmen students should meet with academic advisors from the departments in which they plan to major. See a complete list of academic advisors at unlv.edu/advising/centers. Students who have not declared majors should contact the Academic Success Center, (702) 895-3177, to make appointments to see an academic advisor.

Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid, scholarships, Veterans Administration benefits, or academic advisement.

Students who want to use Summer Term credits in their degree programs at other institutions are advised to consult catalogs and faculty advisors at the university from which they intend to receive their degrees.

Graduate Students

The deadline for admission to graduate programs varies with each program. Contact the department of interest for additional information.

Non-degree seeking post-baccalaureate students may complete the Non-Degree Seeking Graduate Student form online (graduatecollege.unlv.edu/prospective). Non-degree seeking graduate students may enroll in 600- or 700- level courses with the consent of the instructor. No guarantee can be given that such work may be subsequently included in advanced degree programs here at UNLV or elsewhere.

Graduate students may take no more than twelve credits for the entire Summer Term. Graduate courses with a 700E designation may not be used in a UNLV graduate degree program. Additionally, courses which are graded on a satisfactory/fail basis may not be used in a graduate degree program except for thesis, dissertation, or professional paper.

Address questions about graduate status, admission, or transfer credits to the Graduate College, Flora Dungan Humanities Building (FDH), third floor. Call (702) 895-3320 or visit the Graduate College website (graduatecollege.unlv.edu).

High School Students

All high school juniors and seniors with a cumulative grade point average required by UNLV at the time of admission are eligible for participation in the Early Studies Program. Initiate requests with a high school counselor or the Academic Success Center at (702) 895-3177 or email earlystudies@unlv.edu.

Application Fees*

Undergraduate Admission application
$60 Domestic application fee
$95 International application fee

Graduate Admission application
$60 Domestic application fee
$95 International application fee

Non-degree seeking application
$30 Non-degree seeking application fee

*Fees are subject to change.
For additional information about becoming a UNLV student visit the Admissions website.

Nevada Residency for the Purposes of Tuition

Residency status is determined by the Office of the Registrar located in the Student Services Complex. Degree seeking non-Nevada resident students wishing consideration to change their status must contact the Office of the Registrar to obtain the appropriate application.

Non-Degree Seeking students of undetermined Nevada residency should refer to the Non-Degree Seeking Student Information website (unlv.edu/admissions/residency) for additional information.