Announcements

  • May. 5, 2020
    Dear Students,  The first phase of federal CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act funds are now fully awarded, and we are now moving to the second round of awards. Students who were awarded grants during the first phase received notification last week. The request process for students who did not receive funding during the first phase opens today. The second phase of...
  • May. 4, 2020
    Dear colleagues, As final exams near and we wrap up this most unusual of spring semesters, I wanted to share our plans to resume on-campus business operations and how we will approach delivery of instruction for the next academic year. The safety and health of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors will remain at the forefront of our decisions and our actions. Over the last month or so, a...
  • May. 4, 2020
    Dear Students, Today begins a busy week of preparing for finals during a most unusual of spring semesters. I speak on behalf of our faculty and staff when I say we miss you being on our campuses and cheering you on as you make this final push to complete the spring semester and academic year successfully. I know the question on everyone’s mind is what will happen next fall. It’s something my...
  • Apr. 28, 2020
    Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, UNLV has been awarded $11.8 million in federal CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act funds to assist undergraduate, graduate, and professional students impacted by COVID-19-related difficulties during the Spring 2020 semester. Although this sounds like a lot of money, it will only provide some relief to a subset of our students. UNLV...
  • Apr. 20, 2020
    Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, Over the past several weeks I have read and heard about reports of xenophobia and racism tied to the COVID-19 pandemic across the country. These instances are reprehensible whenever and wherever they occur, but they are especially troubling when they happen in our own community.  Pandemic aside, UNLV will not tolerate behavior so at odds with our core...
  • Apr. 16, 2020
    Dear UNLV Community, As we continue to adapt to the challenges resulting from COVID-19, we will encounter students who exhibit signs of distress. They may disclose heightened anxiety over current events, financial or housing insecurity due to a lost job, suicidal thoughts, or they may have completely disengaged from a course. The UNLV Rebel Support Team continues to process referrals for...
  • Apr. 14, 2020
    The Office of Information Technology continues to offer its services to students, faculty, and staff, no matter where you are teaching, learning or working. OIT has launched a few new services, which are listed below: RebelApps, a virtual computer labs service, allows students to access 40+ specialized software at no cost - on any device, anytime, anywhere. IT has made temporary software...
  • Apr. 10, 2020
    Dear Students, We understand that you, your families, and other members of our community are facing unprecedented challenges. We are committed to supporting you to the greatest extent possible. Over the past two weeks, we have distributed several email messages with updates on academic policies and information about campus and community resources to support students’ basic and academic needs. We...
  • Apr. 8, 2020
    The Mail Center and Shipping and Receiving continue to operate on campus during the COVID-19 crisis while implementing social distancing practices. Mail Center Mail deliveries are on hold for all divisions with the exception of admissions. Staff and faculty may pick up mail by appointment at the Mail Center in the Herman Westfall Building. Please call 702-895-3786 in advance to...
  • Apr. 7, 2020
    The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents voted on Tuesday, April 7, to temporarily suspend certain provisions related to delinquent accounts for students facing financial hardships. Students who are on tuition payment plans will not incur any late payment fees and their payments may be delayed up to Sept. 30, 2020. Additionally, students with a balance due will be able to register...
  • Apr. 2, 2020
    Dear University Community:  Earlier this week, Governor Sisolak issued additional emergency directives related to the COVID-19 pandemic that is gripping Nevada and the country. Over the past several weeks, some faculty or staff have had the option of continuing to work from the office but that is no longer the case. The recent developments require further adjustments to our campus...
  • Mar. 30, 2020
    Due to limited staffing resulting from quarantine measures, the Student Wellness Pharmacy will not open on Tuesdays and Fridays as previously announced, until at least April 8. The UNLV pharmacist will be available by phone at 702-895-0278, and can transfer prescriptions that need to be refilled before April 8 to a pharmacy of choice for students, faculty and staff. The Student...