The University website is one of our biggest platforms for telling our story, and we aim to leverage that platform with websites that support the University brand; showcase our amazing students, faculty and staff; and serve users by making information easy to find and simple to use.
The University website
Find resources, style guidance and policies relating to the University's website
University of Nevada, Reno campus
This 2018 view of the University of Nevada, Reno campus from the north shows the Joe Crowley Student Union, the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, the William J. Raggio Education Building, the Nazir Anasari Business Building, the Fitzgerald Student Services Building, and the E.L. Wiegand Fitness Center.
Credit: Jeff Dow
The University CMS
The University uses a content management system, or CMS, called Ingeniux to support its websites. Our CMS is managed by the Office of Marketing & Communications and is available to units on campus to host their websites. Websites in the CMS get the benefit of having branded, accessible templates maintained by web developers and designers in the Office of Marketing & Communications. Units hosting websites in the CMS agree to abide by the brand guidelines, web style guide and content standards set forth by the Office of Marketing & Communications.
Resources for CMS users
View the guidelines and policies that govern our CMS.
Learn how to use the components supported by our CMS.
View our approved and accessible color palette for the web.
We use Myriad Pro on the University website
Other web hosting options
The CMS isn't the right choice for every website. University members who want to create a website not supported by the CMS can consider PackPages, another CMS that the University supports.
PackPages provides branded, accessible templates for users to set up their own websites.
The Office of Marketing & Communications does not provide support for third-party web services such as Wordpress.com, Webbly, Wix or Squarespace.