Student Advising Resources
The following resources are intended to assist all undergraduate College of Science students for a successful advising experience, achieving academic goals, and degree completion.
TRANSFER AGREEMENTS - view major and Core transfer agreements UNR has with select institutions
TRANFSER ARTICULATION - check course equivalency from other institutions to UNR
College of Science Advising Handbook
The Advising Syllabus and Role Statement include the College's Advising Mission Statement, the College's definition of academic advising, and identifies the roles, expectations, and responsibilities related to the advising process for the student, academic advisor, and faculty advisor.
Students who have consulted and confirmed with their faculty advisor that all requirements for graduation will be completed for a particular semester/term, can learn more about how to apply for graduation in MyNEVADA.
Students are eligible to apply for graduation in MyNEVADA once they have earned at least 108 credits (including in-progress credits) and are in good academic standing at the University.
There is also important information available after a student has submitted a graduation application.
Searching the General Catalog
The University maintains all of its official academic information in the General Course Catalog. When visiting the General Course Catalog, users are recommended to use the search box in the upper-right area of the website. It is also helpful to narrow your search using the following options from the drop-down menu:
- Entire Catalog: This option will perform a keyword search over all information in the catalog.
- Courses: This option will perform a keyword search over the names and descriptions of individual courses offered by the University.
- Programs: This option will perform a keyword search over the names and descriptions of degree programs offered by the University.
- Hierarchy Items: This option will perform a keyword search over the names of University units, including colleges, departments and centers.