August 31, 2020
This message was sent to students at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Dear Wolf Pack students,
We know the stresses of pursuing your degree continue whether you are on campus or remote. Please use these resources covered by your tuition and fees to help ensure your success.
If you have not completed a 2020-21 FAFSA or the Institutional Methodology Form (for non-FAFSA eligible students) to receive aid, it is not too late. Complete your applications immediately. Visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships in person or virtually by using QLess to get answers to all your financial aid questions.
There are several services through the Dean of Students Office to take advantage of including the Student Emergency Fund and the Tuition Fund.
Pack Provisions provides food and other supplies free of charge. We have legal services that can assist with landlord tenant issues.
Mental and physical health
The Student Health Center is offering COVID-19 testing at no cost Monday-Friday mornings for students, faculty and staff experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. See this helpful video for details of COVID-19 testing procedures at the Student Health Center.
Therapy sessions are available at Counseling Services via teletherapy. Schedule an initial consultation or urgent care by calling (775) 784-4648. In-person services are available for ADHD assessments and some crisis appointments. Please visit Counseling Services for support groups and outreach programs.
The Fitness Center is open seven days a week to “get your fitness on,” see friends, try out a group fitness class, check out the outdoor fitness yard or just take a break from your studies.
Students who are struggling with substance use or abuse are encouraged to reach out to schedule a private appointment with the Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor Ashley Darbey at (775) 784-4388 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students can download the Wolf Pack Guidebook to find out about events happening on campus and online throughout the fall. Download the Guidebook app, then search “Wolf Pack Welcome.”
The Center Every Student. Every Story will help you find your home base and connect you to campus resources. Use The Center's Instagram to find out more. Cypher is a program that builds community and connection among Black male students. Contact Jarel McRae at email@example.com to get involved. Virtual meetings begin the first week of September.
The Dean of Students office respects all community members. If you need help related to personal or academic challenges, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (775) 682-6846.
Get involved in student government and student programming. Apply for an ASUN internship by September 6 at their open positions page.
Visit the Career Studio (virtually or in-person). The studio helps with career exploration, the job search process, internships and graduate school applications. Use Handshake (online job board) and attend the upcoming Virtual Career Expo (9/10).