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

Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) 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.

  • Reservations & Availability
    • Visit the College of Business Instructional Labs Reservation Request Form and log in with your UNR NetID and password. 
    • The data that you enter on the Reservation Request Form is what will show up on the calendar for the lab reservations. Your reservation will appear on the calendar immediately but is pending until it is approved by the College of Business Labs Manager.
    • Once your reservation is approved an email will automatically be sent to the email address you provide on the reservation request form.
    • Requests are processed on a first come first serve basis and according to the rules in the Reservation Policy below.
    • If you are not a faculty or staff member of The College of Business, please email with the details of your request. Please include the course or group, the number of participants, the date and time as well as any special software or login needs.
    • University of Nevada Reno's accessibility policy
  • Instructional Lab Reservation Policy

    NOTE: No reservations will be confirmed or posted until one week before the semester begins.

    • Lab reservations are for the academic needs of College of Business students. Any other reservation of the labs is at the discretion of the Labs Manager.
    • All requests for multiple reservations must be in by two Mondays before the first day classes begin in order to resolve any conflicts. All other reservation requests are due by the end of the first week of classes for the semester. After the end of the first week of the semester requests will be granted on a first come first serve basis. Reservation of the labs is at the discretion of the Director of IT and the Manager of the College labs. The policy below can be overridden as special circumstances dictate.
    • Failure to follow the rules and use of the reservation form to request multiple consecutive class periods without prior approval will be automatically denied.
    • Reservations for final exams may not be approved until after the add drop period to allow for the resolution of conflicts. Due to the large number of conflicts in final exam requests they will only be taken via email to Business IT. In your request please include:
      Course, Regular Class Time, University Scheduled Final Class Time, Enrollment.
    • Reservations will only be taken by using the Instructional Lab Reservation web form, With the exception of final exam requests.
    • No reservations will be taken before the last day of the semester listed on the University's academic calendar prior to the semester you are requesting a reservation. (The last day of spring semester for the fall semester; last day of fall for spring semester.)
    • "One Consecutive Rule": You will only be allowed to schedule consecutive courses Once during the semester (Example: Tuesday and Thursday The Same Week, or Thursday and the following Tuesday)
    • Reservations will have two full class periods between reservations for the same course except for the "1 Consecutive rule" stated above unless prior approval is given.
    • Classes that meet once per week (3 hour classes) will have one full class period between reservations.
    • No course will be allowed more than seven reservations (totaling 10.5 Hours) during a semester at initial booking. If the lab is still not reserved 14 days before an empty time block a faculty member can reserve that time on a first come first serve basis. If two faculty reserve the same dates/times, each faculty member will be sent an email to pick alternative times, and then if the schedule does not work, the College's Labs Manager will place each faculty member in the lab one day at a time alternating between faculty members.
    • Reservations for exams other than final exams are counted in the seven total reservations.
    • Reservations during finals week do not count toward the seven reservations.
    • Beginning in fall 2010, no course is allowed to reserve both instructional labs during the same time block expect during non peak time. Non peak times are Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and during normal lab hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. If you plan to hold required lab hours outside of scheduled class times, be sure to work with your chair to ensure the proper wording is added to the class schedule so that students are informed prior to registering for the class.
    • Lab reservations must be for use of computers, not just the projector.
    • It is expected that the faculty member who reserves a lab, or their designated assistant, will be present in the lab with a class during the time the lab has been scheduled.  The faculty member or their designated assistant is responsible for the lab and the activities that occur in the lab during the time the lab is scheduled.
    • If plans change so that a lab session is not needed, the lab manager must be advised as soon as possible so that other classes may  have an opportunity to use the lab or so that students can know that the lab is available for open-access use.
    • It is expected that the lab reservation will be used for instruction, not for homework or group work without the instructor or designated assistant present.


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

Marketing and Website Requests

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


Let us know all about your research, events, awards, grants, student success, etc.

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).

Venture Story Submission

We're looking to feature and promote the exciting news 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!