University of Nevada, Reno campus
This 2018 view of the University of Nevada, Reno campus from the north shows the Joe Crowley Student Union, the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, the William J. Raggio Education Building, the Nazir Anasari Business Building, the Fitzgerald Student Services Building, and the E.L. Wiegand Fitness Center.
Credit: Jeff Dow

COVID-19 vaccination information

Students

As of Monday, April 5, 2021, all residents who are 16 and older in Washoe County are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn how to find and schedule a COVID-19 appointment.

Faculty

Faculty, staff and student employees are  eligible for vaccination appointments. Learn about the vaccination process and scheduling your appointment.

Guidance for suspected or positive COVID-19 cases

Students and employees

The following must be followed in the event of COVID-19 symptoms, exposure or a positive test.

Supervisors and faculty

The following information is intended to assist decision-makers when approached by a student or employee regarding suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Contact tracing

The Washoe County Health District (WCHD) is the designated agency responsible for contact tracing. Learn more how the Student Health Center works with the WCHD and how contact tracing works.

A message from President Sandoval

"There are moments in an institution's history that are pivotal, when the challenges are formidable and the road ahead can be difficult. I can say without equivocation that the daily work and dedication to the duty at hand have been simply remarkable -- a reminder of why it is our people, and the value of their spirit, that lifts and unites our University every day."