Nevada is home to 8 colleges and universities, as well as some amazing natural attractions.
Take a hike inRed Rock Canyon or Valley of Fire State Park to see the bright red rock outcropping that the state is known for. Go for a swim in Lake Tahoe, the biggest alpine lake in the North America. Or head to the desert oasis of Las Vegas Nevada's largest cityto experience the glitz and glam a city that is truly like no other.
While most people are familiar with Las Vegas, Nevada's largest city. there are plenty of other cities that offer great college options in Nevada's other towns and cities.
The Nevada System of Higher Education oversees the state's public colleges and universities and serves nearly 107,600 students. NSHE has four community colleges, two public four-year universities and one state college. The system includes the University of Nevada, which has campuses in Las Vegas and Reno and Nevada State University.
Search a list of Nevada colleges below and visit the College Confidential forums for advice on choosing a college or to discuss Nevada colleges.