The University of Nevada, Reno is committed to diversity and to ensuring that our programs, services and activities are accessible to all. Part of that commitment will be seen in work to safeguard that our website conforms to accessibility standards, thereby satisfying the requirements of the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights to make this website comply with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (Sec. 508), the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended (ADA), and University of Nevada, Reno Benchmarks for Measuring Accessibility

All materials posted online must be accessible to individuals with disabilities, including, but not limited to: website, learning management systems, instructional content, videos, PDF's, Word and Excel documents. Faculty are responsible for making their materials meet accessibility guidelines.

Accessibility Courses

The Office of Digital Learning offers workshops and trainings for basic web accessibility, creating and remediating accessible documents, and more.

Accessibility Resources

Learn more about resources and assistance offered in creating and remediating instructional materials for accessibility, including support and guidance in creating accessible documents and adding closed captioning for videos.

Instructional Labs

The College of Business has two computer labs that can be reserved for the instruction of Business classes. The labs have identical hardware and software capabilities. AB 208 has a capacity of 38 students plus a computer for the instructor. AB 312 has a capacity of 63 students plus a computer for the instructor.


Conference Room Reservation

Reserve one of the four conference rooms available in the Ansari Business building.

Microsoft Azure for Education

We have been licensed through the Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching program to provide certain software titles to students in the College of Business for free or at a substantially reduced cost.

Pack Pages

Employees of the University needing web space to develop a personal website can use Pack Pages. Owners and editors are requested to complete Basic Web Accessibility training before a request for a website can be submitted. 

Marketing and Communications

College of Business News & research submission

We're looking to feature and promote the exciting news and research from our College of Business students and faculty, as well as our local and international partners. If you have a story to share about your entrepreneurial efforts, community-impact projects, business development, or research, we'd love to hear it! 

Marketing and website requests

College of Business faculty and staff may request website updates as well as marketing services, including branded merchandise, event materials, photography, printed materials, and more.

Faculty profile pages

Faculty can submit a request for a new profile page or updates to their current page on the College of Business website. This information will show up on all of the department/program websites with which you are affiliated within the University's content management system (CMS).