Nevada, abbreviated "NV", is in the Mountain region of the U.S. Its capital is Carson City.
There were 1,998,257 people in Nevada as of the 2000 census.
The state ratified the US Constitution and officially became part of the country on October 31, 1864.
Please explore the cities and towns of Nevada, below.
(The 5 cities and towns with the most colleges.)
Note: Student counts are with available data; actual counts may be higher.
|Rank||City or Town||Colleges||Students|
|1||Las Vegas Colleges||20||66,908|
|4||Carson City Colleges||2||4,919|
|City or Town||Pop.||County|
|Carson City||52,457||Carson City|
|North Las Vegas||115,488||Clark|
Nevada colleges and trade schools.
|Nevada Graduate Schools|
Nevada Graduate and Business Schools
A detailed map of Nevada
|Nevada Online Colleges|
Colleges in Nevada with online degree programs.
Nevada State Flag
Nevada State Seal
The Nevada Quarter
Nevada License Plate