University of Nevada, Reno Apartments and Housing (NO SPAM)


University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) is a public research university in Reno, Nevada. Founded in 1874 and originally named the University of Nevada. It is the third oldest public university in the state. The school offers bachelor's degrees and master's degrees across its colleges such as business administration, education and arts & sciences.

The college offers a wide range of courses such as environmental engineering, political science to sociology etc. Among all these courses, sociology is one of the popular course that attracts many students who want to be successful in their career after graduation from college.

The campus life at UNR involves various activities like intramural sports where you can participate in various games like basketball or football or volleyball with your friends during weekends or evenings after class hours; clubs for everyone who likes something different than just studying all day long at university; Greek system for those who want some extra fun outside classroom environment.

The university has a very good academic environment where students from different backgrounds and cultures come together to study. The campus is quite safe for girls and boys as well as for students who have families with them because there are plenty of places where you can spend time together with your family members without any fear or stress.

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