Info for Students

Stay connected for the latest information on classes, housing and dining, services, events and activities.

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We want to connect you with UNLV’s many student support resources. Fill out this form to have someone contact you regarding your issue and/or concerns. Responding to your inquiry as soon as possible is important to us.

Updates on Fall 2021 and COVID-19 Vaccines

UNLV is planning to offer predominantly in-person courses in the fall, with greater capacity and use of our residence halls, dining, Student Recreation and Wellness Center, libraries and other facilities.

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is an incredibly important step each of us can take to help return UNLV to the traditional in-person experience our students want. Vaccines are available on campus for students through the Student Health Center.

Student Requests for Remote Learning for Fall 2021

Most classes for fall 2021 semester are planned for in-person instruction. In preparation for a safe transition back, UNLV has implemented mitigation strategies to reduce the spread of COVID-19 on our campuses.

The Nevada System of Higher Education plans to require COVID-19 vaccinations for students once the vaccine receives full approval by the Food and Drug Administration. We urge students to do their part to ensure a safe return to campus and prepare for this potential requirement by getting vaccinated at the Student Health Center, a Southern Nevada Health District site, or other locations in their communities.

Some students may need or prefer to continue with remote learning, but find that the classes in which they intended to enroll are being offered in-person only. We will work with these students, their advisors, and their instructors on an individual basis to determine whether a remote/online schedule is appropriate and achievable.

It may take up to six weeks to review and consider specific requests. Students who wish to continue remote learning for fall 2021 can begin the steps outlined below. We recommend starting the process no later than July 15, 2021.

If you are a student with a documented disability that specifically impacts your ability to be in public places, such as the UNLV campus, you may qualify for accommodations from the Disability Resource Center (DRC).

  1. If you are registered with the DRC, please contact your assigned disability specialist by email to make an appointment to discuss your options.
  2. If you are not registered with the DRC, please complete an application. Once you have completed the application, a member of their staff will contact you to obtain medical documentation.

If you are a student that does not have a documented disability:

  1. Search MyUNLV for remote or web-based sections of your desired fall 2021 classes and enroll in those if they are available.
  2. If you are unable to find or enroll in remote or web-based sections, please make an appointment with your academic advisor (undergraduate students) or graduate coordinator (graduate students) to discuss your options.
  3. If, after meeting with your advisor or graduate coordinator, you are unable to create a remote/online schedule that meets your needs, please complete the Remote Learning Inquiry Form. Staff in the Provost's Office will assess your request and collaborate with your academic program, dean of your college or school and, if applicable, the Graduate College, to determine whether an alternative exists.

Please keep in mind that submitting an inquiry form does not guarantee that the university will be able to offer remote learning for all requested classes, or that remote classes will be made available at your preferred times.


Get Vaccinated

All students are advised to get their COVID-19 vaccine shots as soon as possible. Appointments are available at the Student Health Center.

Report a COVID-19 Case

Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 can help stop the spread by completing the online reporting form and taking other steps.

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On-Campus Health Requirements

All students, faculty, instructors, staff, and visitors must adhere to university health requirements.

COVID-19 Assessment Tools

Students are encouraged to use the COVID-19 Assessment Tools within the RebelSAFE app daily to assess their health and identify symptoms. The app continues to be updated with the latest emergency information and can be used to summon help in the event of an emergency.

Returning Safely to Campus Training


UNLV continues to closely monitor state and local mandates related to public health to prevent the spread of the virus. Adjustments may be made to course delivery based on this evolving situation.

Academic Success Center

Academic Success Center (ASC) Tutoring, Engineering Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction and Academic Success Coaching are fully available through remote delivery.


Instructions and links to our online platforms are available on our program pages:

Video Tutorials

Video tutorials on how users can access the virtual Supplemental Instruction (SI) and tutoring options through the website are also available. Closed captioning on the tutoring video is visible through the automatically generated CC option; SI video has text embedded in the video.

Calendars and Schedules

View academic calendars, term calendars, final exam schedules, and observed holidays.


UNLV has implemented requirements to reduce on-campus density by moving many courses to online or remote instruction. UNLV will keep you informed of any further changes to instruction. Review your schedule in MyUNLV.

If you have questions ​or want to make adjustments to your schedule, contact your academic advisor. Graduate students should contact their graduate coordinator.

Graduate Studies

Learn more about temporary accommodations and special services available due to COVID-19.

Internships/Experiential Learning and Volunteerism

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, student safety is paramount in internships and other experiential learning opportunities, such as practicums, field work, clinical experiences, and service-learning.


Reserved Study Rooms and Computer Labs

UNLV has designated spaces available to students who wish to study, use computer labs and/or participate in remote courses on-campus.


Get the latest information on university operations.


Visit UNLV Athletics for the latest on football, basketball, soccer and more.


Visit the UNLV Bookstore website for hours and information.

Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation currently is offering limited services and access.


Dining is currently offering limited services until the fall semester.

Housing: First-Year and Traditional Residence Hall Living

Housing and Residential Life has taken steps to enhance safety and to establish best practices in response to any COVID-19 illness that could affect the on-campus community. Enhanced cleaning practices and policy changes are outlined here.

Housing: Upper-Class, Apartment Style Living

The Degree and Legacy LV’s offices are currently open by appointment only. For all current residents please utilize the appointment scheduler in your resident portal. For prospects please feel free to schedule a tour by phone, email, or by using our appointment scheduler. University-affiliated housing partners operate under separate lease requirements from UNLV.

Designated Study Rooms and Computer Labs

UNLV has designated spaces available to students who wish to study, use computer labs and/or participate in remote courses on-campus.

Student Union

The UNLV Student Union is open from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. A UNLV or NSHE ID card may be required for entry.

University Libraries

Lied Library is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Health Sciences Library remains accessible to UNLV students, faculty, and staff on the Shadow Lane campus. All library users will be required to show Nevada System of Higher Education-issued identification for admission, and masks must also be worn at all times. No food or drinks will be allowed in the Libraries.


Financial Aid

UNLV’s Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships remains open to assist students remotely via the Self-Service Help Center. The office currently is offering limited in-person services and  students are encouraged to continue using the online service portal when possible.

Tuition & Fees

The Cashiering and Student Accounts physical office is now OPEN with reduced staffing levels Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST. Please use the CashieringQ to join our line. Please remember to wear a mask when entering the office.


UNLV has used, and intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Health, Wellness , and Safety

Safety and Emergency

University Police Services continues to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Non-emergency minor reports should be filed online. Non-essential services, such as fingerprinting, notary, and lost-and-found have been suspended. In an emergency, students should continue to call 911. Non-emergency dispatch can be reached via 311 or 702-895-3668.

Student Wellness

UNLV Student Health Center (SHC), Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), the Faculty and Staff Treatment (FAST) Center, and Student Wellness Laboratory are offering telehealth visits (services available by phone) until further notice.

Face Coverings and Masks

UNLV and its sister Nevada System of Higher Education institutions have mandated students, faculty, staff, and visitors wear face coverings and masks to stop the spread of COVID-19. Such preventive practices reduce transmission of airborne respiratory illnesses.

Face Coverings and Masks


Learn more about services available to campus.

Events, Activities, Clubs

UNLV continues to follow guidelines on public gatherings, and have adapted many of our events and programming to continue virtually.


Parking and Transportation Services will enforce parking in all areas on campus. Parking is free in Lot D while receiving vaccination shots but vehicles will be monitored and ticketed after a reasonable period of time.


The RebelCard office is now open by virtual line or appointment only. Hours of operation and instructions for joining the line can be found on the RebelCard webpage.

Registered Student Organizations

Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) continues to offer programming consistent with health and safety best practices.

Software and Technology Resources

The Office of Information Technology continues to offer its services to students, no matter where you are learning this semester. 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.
  • Free or discounted software titles are available for students.
  • The IT Help Desk remains available for technical assistance between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily, including weekends. Submit a help request online, email, call 702-895-0777,  or ask Scarlet the chatbot for assistance.
  • UNLV offers subsidies for internet service to students who do not have home internet access. These subsidies enhance savings through a new partnership with Cox Communications, which is offering students discounted rates for home internet access through the Cox Cares program.

International Students

Student International Travel

For student international travel information, please contact Gregory Stephany at, or 702-895-3896.

International Students and Scholars

UNLV’s Office of International Students and Scholars is here to assist international students and scholars. For information related to international students and scholars, please contact Ross Bryant at or 702-774-6477.