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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.
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.
Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory Grading for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021
NSHE has authorized UNLV to provide the option for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grading for fall 2020 and spring 2021.
We recognize that the ongoing pandemic has brought challenges and dramatic changes to the way we teach and learn. It has impacted nearly every aspect of our lives. We also recognize your persistence in face of adversity, and we are deeply committed to doing all we can to support you in achieving your academic goals.
Below, please find important information and updates on the S/U grading process:
Boyd School of Law, UNLV School of Medicine, School of Dental Medicine and School of Nursing have established their own procedures for 2020-2021 grades. Law, medical, dental and nursing students should consult with their respective deans’ offices.
Submission Dates for S/U Grading Requests for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021
Final Grades Due
S/U Request Form Opens
Deadline to Submit S/U Request Form
Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020
Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020
Thursday, December 31, 2020 (5:00 pm PST) for undergraduates. Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021 (5:00 pm PST) for graduate students
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Tuesday, June 8, 2021 (5:00 pm PST)
Forms will only be accepted after final grades post in MyUNLV. It is important that you check your final grades, so you are aware of the letter grades you may choose to replace.
The S/U grading request form includes several statements to advise you of the potential impacts of S and U grades on your academic progress, financial aid, and GPA. You must acknowledge that you have read and understand each of these statements before you submit the form.
If you request a change to S/U grading for any of your courses, the Office of the Registrar will make changes according to the following equivalencies:
S = “D-” or better for undergraduate students
S = “B-” or better for graduate students
U = “F” for undergraduate students
U = “C+” or lower for graduate students
“S” and “U” grades are not included in GPA or grade point balance calculations. If you choose the S/U option for all of your classes, you will have no semester GPA, and your cumulative GPA will not change. If you choose the S/U option for some of your courses, only those for which you keep letter grades will be included in your semester GPA.
“S” or “U” grades may impact eligibility for some forms of financial aid. You should contact the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships if you have questions about your specific situation. Information about S/U grades and Millennium Scholarship eligibility can be found in Academic Advising FAQ.
“S” grades will satisfy most UNLV prerequisites and graduation requirements. However, you should consult with your academic advisor about specific requirements of your program or any programs/institutions to which you plan to apply in the future.
Students in Pre-Social Work, Social Work and Pre-Nursing programs will not be able to request S/U grading for certain required courses. These courses will be listed on the S/U request form.
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:
Tutoring (Engineering Tutoring also
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 email@example.com, 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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 702-774-6477.