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Phase 2 and the Fall Semester

July 15, 2020

The July summer school session began this week, and we're excited because this term represents our partial return to in-person classes on campus. Under the implementation of the Nevada Governor’s Phase 2 plan, the College is offering classes in a variety of formats. A return to our in-person classes has, of course, come with certain restriction such as required face coverings, frequent sanitizing of surfaces, hand washing, social distancing, etc. All of the things that we have grown familiar with.

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues around the world, online classes remain a major feature of our class offerings. Our College of Business faculty are knowledgeable and experienced in providing the best of online education. Many of them lead online classes in our nationally recognized Online Executive MBA program, have facilitated the creation of other online graduate degrees or taught our core undergraduate business courses in an online format for years.

In bridging the difference between in-person and online, we have developed very robust and innovative practices in hybrid course offerings that blend online with resident instruction via parameters around participants, content and timing. We plan to continue this variety of course offerings in the fall as we provide the high quality of business education that our students expect and deserve. Our Student Success Center also continues to offer services at maximum capacity in everything ranging from enrollment and advising to career services and placement. 

Thank you to all of our outstanding students, faculty and staff who continue to deliver on making the educational experience in the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno globally recognized. 

Resources during the COVID-19 pandemic

April 13, 2020

We know this is a very challenging time and we want you to know we are here for you. Our primary goal is to keep you safe and informed while continuing to provide you with the highest level of academic programs and educational opportunity. In the FAQs below, you'll see that The College of Business has many resources available to supplement your current online learning experience, including virtual Advising sessions and Career Center appointments.  We will continue to use email, social media and this web page to provide you with timely information and support however we can. 

Stay safe, stay healthy, and remember “the strength of the pack is the wolf and the strength of the wolf is the pack!” 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is advising still available?

    Yes, Academic advisors remain available remotely and are eager to support your course planning and upcoming enrollment in fall classes. 

    You may schedule a virtual advising appointment, view information about the new modes of instruction and find out more about how to add/drop/swap classes in our instructional videos.

    Academic advising information 

  • Is the Career Center still available for appointments?

    Yes. Students can schedule an appointment with the Career and Corporate Outreach Center online. Walk-in appointments are available Monday-Friday from 10am – 2pm. We will contact you within two business day and do our best to accommodate your preferred appointment time.

    In an effort to promote the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, we will be offering virtual appointments in order to diminish the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

    Schedule your appointment today.

  • Is the College of Business facility still available for use?

    No. Per the University and Governor's directive, the Ansari Business building is now physically closed. Our faculty and staff continues to work and provide services remotely and will actively monitor emails and voicemail. Please contact us with any questions or concerns. 

  • Are College of Business events postponed or canceled?

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in compliance with Centers for Disease Control, Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health, and Washoe County Health District guidelines, Chancellor Reilly and Governor Sisolak's executive orders, the University has instituted alternative operations. As a result, the University has suspended until further notice all Major Events and Events as defined in UAM 5,301, Posting, Distributing and Exhibiting of Public Announcements (UAM 5,305), Commercial Filming, Videography and Photography (UAM 5,306), and any other use of University space.

  • Are the 2020 Nevada Global Business Programs canceled?

    Yes. After considerable thought and deliberation, we have come to the difficult decision to cancel all upcoming 2020 Nevada Global Business trips. The safety and security of our students, faculty and staff is our highest priority. Because novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to have devastating effects on communities across the country and the world, University and College of Business leadership believe this is a necessary decision. 

    Visit the Nevada Global Business page for updates on upcoming programs in 2021.

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