Teach-out students

Students participating in the teach-out are University of Nevada, Reno students and can take advantage of all the student resources and opportunities offered by the University.

Fall information


TahoeFIT is a mandatory, one-credit bootcamp designed specifically for teach-out students based on our award-winning NevadaFIT program, and it takes place August 24-27, 2022 in Incline Village. The goal of TahoeFIT is to help ease the transition to the University of Nevada, Reno.

TahoeFIT will expose students to the resources available to them, and allow them the opportunity to ask questions. Students will also participate in activities, projects and excursions to help students connect with their classmates and faculty prior to the start of term. There is a $250 course fee for TahoeFIT.

COVID-19 policies and procedures

If you are staying in campus housing, a negative COVID-19 test is required prior to move-in. You will need to provide a COVID-negative PCR test result completed within 72 hours prior to arrival on the Incline Village campus, regardless of your vaccination status. 

You will be unable to move into your housing assignment if you don’t have COVID-negative results (unless you have proof of testing positive for COVID-19 in the last three months). An appointment for a test without test results will not grant you access to be able to move in. 

If your test is positive

In accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, if you test positive for COVID-19, you will need to remain home (or off-campus) through this five-day self-isolation period, regardless of your vaccination status.

If no symptoms are present or if symptoms are resolving after five days, you can end self-isolation. “Resolving symptoms” means at least 24 hours has passed with no fever and without fever-reducing medicine and other symptoms are improving.

View additional information about COVID-19 policies and guidance for students.

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