Below are links to popular University programs, departments and services applicable to graduate student services. For a more comprehensive listing of student services, please visit the Student Services webpage, where you will find a greater listing of services that are also applicable to graduate students.
Visit the Graduate School website for information regarding degrees and programs, funding and assistantships, graduate housing, tuition and fees, health insurance and much more. You can also find the Graduate School on Facebook.
The Joe is a graduate student's one-stop shop. Here you will find the GSA offices as well as other student services such as the Nevada Wolf Shop and on-campus personal banking with Wells Fargo and Bank of America. The Joe is also exceedingly active on Facebook and other social media platforms.
Do you need to conduct a literature search? Subject librarians are available at the Knowledge Center to assist you in all of your research endeavors. The Knowledge Center also provides various services such as free access to thousands of publications and even free camera and AV equipment rental in the @One! The Knowledge Center is also active on Facebook.
Located in the Pennington Student Achievement Center, the Nevada Career Studio can offer advice and guidance regarding your career after graduate school. The Nevada Career Studio can also assist with your CV and job interview skills. Drop in for some one-on-one time with a career mentor. Stay up to-date with the Career Studio on Facebook.
The University community includes a diverse array of students from seventy different countries, many of which are international Graduate level students. OISS is as an information and service hub for all international students; it also hosts a wide range of cultural events.
Located in the Fitzgerald Student Services building, visit the Financial Aid Office for more information regarding your financial aid options and affording graduate school. The Financial Aid Office is also a resource for budgeting help and better understanding the long-term costs associated with graduate school.