What is MyUNLV?
For students, MyUNLV is the place to access personal data, register for classes, check grades, apply for financial aid, and much more.
For faculty, MyUNLV is the place to view and download course rosters, teaching schedule and input mid-semester and final grades. MyUNLV is not a learning management system, therefore course content is still loaded and managed in WebCampus.
For staff, MyUNLV is the system of record for all student information including biographical information, admission information, student records, the class schedule, financial aid information and student finance information.
As members of the Office of the Registrar team, we provide the highest level of customer support and training. We believe that consistent, ethical, and quality performance with our students, employees, and UNLV community will result in loyal, long-term relationships. We believe our service should exceed industry standards and be the best value for the students, faculty and staff. We believe that through shared decision-making, our company will proactively and successfully meet the challenges of the future.
The Office of the Registrar supports students, faculty, and staff with their enrollment, registration, student information and MyUNLV support needs through our commitment to excellent service.Help Request
How do I use MyUNLV?
Logging in and using the system requires an NSHE ID number and password. Students applying to UNLV receive their ID number and password during the application process. The ID numbers and passwords for current students are sent to their Rebelmail account. Teaching faculty and instructors are emailed their NSHE ID and password to the email address we have on file with Human Resources. Staff are granted access based on their security needs. Please refer to the New User information for instructions on gaining access as a teaching faculty, Instructor or staff member. Your NSHE ID is also printed on your RebelCard.
Once you have access, you can find help and tutorials as well as job aids and other resources in the Training section of this website.
Why a New System?
In July 2008 the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) launched the iNtegrate project — an initiative to replace and upgrade the information system for all Nevada higher education institutions.
MyUNLV — UNLV’s version of iNtegrate — provides students with self-service capability 24-hours a day. Students now have better access to their records and can check bills, look at schedules, change their addresses, and much more.
UNLV and Truckee Meadows Community College were the pilot schools for the iNtegrate project and are the first institutions in Nevada to go live with the new system. All seven NSHE institutions are now live with the new system.
- General registration help
- Assistance understanding registration errors and dissemination of information regarding gaining permission to enroll
- Assistance understanding the wait list process
- Assistance understanding and enrollment with time conflicts
- Enrollment with credit overloads
- Assistance understanding and enrollment for audits
- Disseminate and explain dates and deadlines related to late enrollment
- Process late enrollments and late swaps
- Assistance with and enrollment based on provost petitions
- Assistance understanding registration appointment dates and class standing
- Adding or updating registration appointments if needed
- Manual term activation if needed
MyUNLV Training and Support
- Reset student, faculty and staff MyUNLV passwords
- Assistance with simple MyUNLV business processes related to registration, enrollment, scheduling, advising and campus community
- MyUNLV troubleshooting and reporting of system issues
- Assistance understanding the security request and training requirements for new staff and faculty
- Delivery and management required MyUNLV General Training including supporting documentation, online training programs and tutorials
- Manage the MyUNLV security request process for staff
Retention and Student Support Services
- Manage retention efforts for Gear Up and First Generation populations including ongoing communication and support of above populations.
- Conduct various retention campaigns including working with non-degree seeking students nearing credit limits, stop-outs and other identified populations
- Assistance understanding the medical withdrawal process
- Assistance understanding the returning student process
- Assistance understanding academic renewal
- Collect academic renewal forms processed by the Registrar’s Office
- Assistance with basic student accounts questions
- Assistance with basic financial aid questions
- Assistance with basic admission questions
- Assistance understanding the non-degree application process and registration support for non-degree seeking students
- Assistance understanding various university appeals processes including, but not limited to, residency, tuition and fees