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University of Nevada, Reno    
 
    
 
  Jul 21, 2017
 
University General Course Catalog 2012-2013 ARCHIVED CATALOG: LINKS AND CONTENT ARE OUT OF DATE. CHECK WITH YOUR ADVISOR.

Admission Information for Returning Students


Students returning to the university after an absence of one or more semesters are required to resubmit an application for admission the last business day prior to the beginning of the semester they wish to attend. The reactivation form is available at http://www.unr.edu/apply. Graduate students must have a leave of absence approved by their department and the Graduate School to be reinstated in an advanced degree program. Students lacking this approval will be admitted as graduate special students pending approval of reinstatement to their degree program.

Each individual who attends another educational institution since last enrolling at the university must submit official transcripts from each school attended whether credit was earned or not. If transferring from another college, any disciplinary sanction must be declared.

Undergraduate students who left the university prior to the Fall of 2011 with a grade point average below 2.0, will be placed on second semester probation upon their return.  See the Undergraduate Academic Standards  section of this catalog for information on probation and dismissal. 

Second Undergraduate Degrees: Students may earn a second bachelor’s degree subsequent to earning the first degree provided all specified requirements are satisfied. Students who have earned their first bachelor degree at another university are permitted to earn a second bachelor degree of the same title at the University of Nevada, Reno. A maximum of 90 credits from the first bachelor’s degree may be transferred to meet the requirements of the second bachelor’s degree. Second bachelor’s degree candidates must earn 30 credits of upper division coursework in residence at the University of Nevada. The regular graduation application and fee payment procedures apply for each degree that the student seeks.



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