COVID-19 guidance for students

We all have part to play in keeping the Pack healthy. Each of us must take personal responsibility for things we can control: COVID-19 self-education, wearing face coverings if not vaccinated, personal hygiene (hand washing) and following University policies and procedures and self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms.

Face coverings

All students. Regardless of vaccination status, all students must wear masks indoors. This includes all classrooms and laboratories, all work areas inside all campus buildings as well as all residential halls and events taking place inside. Individuals are not required to wear masks if they have individual offices or if they are in their individual rooms in residential halls.

Unvaccinated students. Students who have not been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, are also still required to wear face coverings outdoors while on campus, irrespective of whether other individuals are present. For people who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a face-covering is not a choice and remains mandatory.

COVID-19 testing

The Student Health Center is offering free daily COVID-19 testing from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, to students, faculty and staff. Make your appointment by calling (775) 784-6598. The Student Health Center offers rapid Antigen testing, PCR testing for diagnosis of infection and antibody testing to identify past infections.

Social distancing

There are no social distancing requirements in Nevada or at the University.

Additional COVID-19 information

For the latest information about COVID and prevention, please visit the CDC website.

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We know you have questions about joining the Pack. Our parent Facebook page can connect you with other parents and admissions representatives ready to answer your questions.

Speak to an admissions coordinator

Our team of admissions coordinators are here to answer any questions you may have, from financial aid to housing, enrollment to applying.

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Academic resources

Academic Advising

Assists students to develop and implement an academic plan to meet their education, career and life goals.

Math Center

Offers a range of tutoring services, review sessions and resources (e.g., computer lab) to help students with math.

University Testing Center

Provides a secure, technologically advanced testing facility for University, students and staff.

Tutoring Center

Provides a range of tutoring services, including free one-on-one appointments, Nevada PASS sessions, walk-in labs and weekly small group sessions.

Writing and Speaking Center

Support students through every stage of writing, from development to completion, through online and in-person consultations.

Need assistance?

Contact mynevada@unr.edu for more information.