Grading for Summer Term 2020 – Update

NSHE Chancellor Thom Reilly announced June 24 that the option for students to request a change to satisfactory/unsatisfactory (S/U) grading has been extended to Summer Term 2020 courses. Students will be able to request a change to S/U grading AFTER final grades for each summer session they have posted. At this time, the S/U option […]

UNLV Fall 2020 Dining Update

As of June 25, 2020 Students living on campus and commuting to campus have a variety of dining options in the Dining Commons, Student Union, & other areas around campus. Meal plans, Dining Dollars, Rebel Cash, and cash are accepted for payment. Students living on campus select a meal plan through their Housing registration. Commuter […]

Update on the Coronavirus

From the UNLV Student Health Center – This information was sent out to students via email. Please encourage your students to follow the 5 recommendations below, which apply to preventing the spread of many illnesses. Dedicated staff in the UNLV Health Center are closely monitoring the situation, along with the Southern Nevada Health District. The […]

Tips for Encouraging your Student Across the Miles

Family Day is generally held in October, to encourage students around the midpoint of the Fall semester. For many families, it’s not practical to return to campus 6-8 weeks after the start of school for a variety of reasons such as distance/time change, travel expenses, work schedules, and other children’s schedules. However, even from a […]

Talking with your student in the 1st week of classes

As we start the Fall semester, you want to support your student, but you also want them to be independent, emerging adults. Here are a few questions to get a conversation started on a positive note. 1 – How often should we communicate? Set expectations together on when you and your student will communicate. For […]