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t Sierra Nevada University College of Entrepreneurial Leadership, located in Incline


Village, Nevada, there’s nothing pas- sive or conventional about your ed- ucation. Our status as Nevada’s only accredited private four-year institu- tion—and our location high in the Sierra on the shores of legendary Lake Tahoe and less than a mile to the nearest ski resort—all but guaran- tee that. Action is in our DNA. Every- thing we do is dedicated to changing lives, learning forward, and engaging students to help them become con- fi dent, collaborative critical thinkers who are uniquely prepared to thrive in the real world.


Four core themes that defi ne us • Entrepreneurial thinking • Professional preparedness • Liberal arts • Sustainability


We bring these themes to life for


every student through active learning processes that foster problem-solving, teamwork, and innovation. It’s a cul- ture of competition where students learn to think on their feet, commu- nicate persuasively, and become ac- tive participants in their education.


World-class mentorship Few things are more important in your college journey than meaningful men- tor relationships; it’s the key to your future. These vital connections will help you navigate the complexities of your college experience all the way through the uncertainty and prom- ise of your post-college career. There is a fortune beyond the beauty and challenge of the Tahoe basin: a com- munity of entrepreneurs and leaders that choose to live on these shores. Our community is like no other on the planet, and it’s here for you.


Affordable private education Sierra Nevada provides a comprehen- sive program of need- and merit- based fi nancial aid through federal, state, and SNU resources. Sierra Nevada works for you—100% of accepted students receive some form of fi nan- cial aid. Our donor network under- stands how important fi nancial sup- port is for all our students. You may even qualify for a merit scholarship worth up to $18,000 a year for all four years.


The SNU Job Guarantee We believe in our graduates. In fact, we know that if you follow the guid- ance of your mentors and instructors and meet the criteria of the Job Guar- antee Program, at commencement you’ll throw your cap in the air ready to start your career. If by some quirk of fate you fi nd yourself with no pros- pect waiting upon graduation, don’t


“ I chose SNU because I wanted a small community with a teaching program, but I got much more than what I bargained for. I have made countless close relationships with my professors, been involved with the Student Government Association, begun working on my career at the Tutoring Center, and have excelled in my studies. I feel that I have grown in every aspect of my life.” — Nicole Ross, English, Psychology & Teacher Education Alumni


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