The first step to take after becoming a part of the Wolf Pack family is to go through the benefits orientation and onboarding process.
NetID and Email
Your NetID allows you to access your email, all single sign-on platforms, and your University computing equipment.
If you're relocating to the area for your new job, you may be eligible to receive a moving allowance.
You will also need to secure a WolfCard (ID card). The WolfCard is your University ID. If your building has a card reader access system, or you'd like to join the E. L. Wiegand Fitness Center, your WolfCard will be your access key. Monetary value can be added to your WolfCard which can be used to at campus dining outlets and obtain discounts.
Workday is the University’s finance, human resources, and payroll system. You will need to access Workday to complete your onboarding as a new hire. You will also use Workday to request leave, request travel and submit expense reports. Based on your job functions, you may have business processes to complete on a routine basis within Workday.
The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) maintains a web page with resources for early child care, public and private K-12 schools, and higher education institutions. Visit EDAWN to learn more.