Academic advising at the University of Nevada, Reno

Academic Advising is providing remote alternative advising methods to support our community's health and wellness. These alternative methods of advising include email, phone, or Zoom meetings. To schedule an appointment utilize Navigate or contact your college’s advising office.

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The mission of academic advising at the University of Nevada, Reno is to assist each student in developing and implementing an academic plan designed to meet his/her educational, career and life goals. The advising process is one of shared responsibilities between students and advisors.

 

Remote schedule review request form

If you are interested in requesting 100% remote instruction for classes that are scheduled in the alternative HyFlex instruction mode, you should complete the remote schedule review request form. There is no need to complete this form if all of your courses are alternative remote.

We highly recommend you finish enrolling for courses prior to completing the remote schedule review request. Once you have submitted the form, a professional advisor from your college will reach out to you within five business days. Please note, students who are enrolled in alternative in-person or in-person courses may not be granted exceptions and should plan to take those courses in person. If you need to be 100% remote due to COVID-19, please adjust your class schedule and schedule a meeting with your advisor to keep you on track to graduate

Advising resources by student type

International students

The Office of International Students and Scholars connects students to academic resources to assist with their transition to studying in the United States.

Student athletes

Student athletes receive support from Wolf Pack Academics, ensuring academic progress toward their degrees and eligibility while excelling in their dual roles as students and athletes.

Transfer students

The Transfer Office helps new transfer students as they transition from community colleges and other four-year institutions