Get familiar with services that are essential to all employees, from payroll to IT.
Systems and services
Learn how to access and use essential University business services.
Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Payroll Services provides employee pay and customer service to all of NSHE's institutions of higher education, but is conveniently located at the University of Nevada, Reno in Ross Hall.
Through the Payroll Services website, you may learn how to enroll in the Visa Payroll Debit Card program or Direct Deposit; access your W-2 Tax Statement; calculate and complete your IRS W-4 Tax Withholding; view payroll dates; and more.
Workday is the University system for finance, human resources, and payroll. Examples of operational tasks completed through Workday include recruitment, onboarding, leave, time-off, W-4 tax withholding, procurement card and purchase order processing, travel requests, and more. Visit our Workday page for access, support, and training information.
WebCampus, the University's Learning Management System, supports fully-online, partially-online (also known as hybrid or blended) and traditional courses with no online instruction. This feature-rich and user-friendly LMS allows professors to post assignments, host discussions, administer exams, post grades and more. All instructor-owned content in WebCampus is required to meet the University's accessibility standards.
MyNEVADA is your portal to course enrollments, grades, personal information and more. Instructors can use this website to access class rosters, email your class, enter final grades, view your class schedule, and see academic dates and deadlines. For assistance, please see the Instructor Task Center.
The Office of Digital Learning (ODL) consists of Instructional Design & Educational Technology (IDET); 365 Learning; and Classroom Support. Their primary purpose is classroom and instructional support, but they also provide training and assistance to all employees who work with web content and/or send bulk emails. ODL provides support for instructional design and instructional technologies, such as WebCampus, and technology found in the University's classrooms. ODL also provides training on making online content accessible. Visit the Office of Digital Learning to learn more about the following:
WolfDocs (OnBase) is a single enterprise information platform for managing content, processes, and cases. WolfDocs speeds up processes and reduces costs by capturing important information into one system; managing data, documents, and processes; integrating with your existing systems; providing instant access to everyone who needs it; giving visibility into your processes and system performance and securely storing, protecting and deleting your information.
Capture:Capture your documents and data to one system
Manage:Better manage your data, documents, and processes
Access:Easily access your content from anywhere
Integrate: Integrate OnBase with your other applications
Measure: Monitor your process and system performance
Store:Securely store, retain and control your content
WolfDocs is available for download in the Software Center on your University-supported computer.
The PCard is a University of Nevada, Reno's MasterCard credit card. PCards may be issued to departments or individual employees as a tool for facilitating and streamlining small dollar purchases up to $1,999.99 (departmental cards) and $4,999.99 (individual cardsonly). PCards are issued with built in electronic controls which limit the types of vendors, dollar amount of single purchases, total dollar amount of monthly purchases, number of transactions per day and total number of transactions per month. Cardholders are required to provide a "default" account number which will be automatically charged should they neglect to reconcile their charges in Workday.
The PCard team can help you with any of the following PCard questions or processes:
Process New Cardholder Applications
Issues New Cards to the Cardholder
Locating and reconciling transaction in Workday
Questions regarding PCard policies and procedures
Please note that the Office of Information Technology (OIT) will not provide support to computers purchased with PCards. OIT will only support computer equipment obtained via purchase order.
AssetWorks is the University's Asset Management System. It is used for the initiation of requisitions for equipment and sensitive assets that must be tracked. Users may register assets, make surplus requests, and request that tracked items be physically transferred from one location to another. AssetWorks integrates with Workday to produce asset reports to aid in tracking equipment that you may be responsible for. For training, see our training calendar.
When a computer or other asset is no longer usable or needed, the University re-purposes this equipment through the Business Center North (BCN) Surplus Program. Old assets (computers, furniture, lab equipment, vehicles, and more) are relocated to our surplus warehouse at 425 Church Lane. Departments, units, and divisions are welcome to acquire these items and put them back to work. Once a month, BCN Purchasing holds a surplus property sale that is open to the public.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) department provides computing, software, and communications support services to students, faculty, and staff throughout the University.
The department manages and supports software development, applications, data warehousing, network services, and servers. OIT can assist departments and colleges in automation of administrative or academic processes to help improve the efficiency and accuracy of University operations.
The faculty, staff and student employees of OIT are responsible for core OIT systems and services, including e-mail, network security, NetID authentication, and OIT communications, as well as computer hardware and software troubleshooting.
Research Cyberinfrastructure & Technology Services (CI) is an emerging program at the University, and engages faculty across multiple departments and disciplines. The Office of Information Technology, Research & Innovation, and the faculty-led Cyberinfrastructure Committee work together to grow a computational, digital infrastructure and related support to meet the dynamic needs of research, scholarly and creative activity across campus.
Resources and services provided include consulting, hardware, and software for a variety of research workflows. Current production services include: