For the first time today, I’m addressing parents AND students. I appreciate that the transition from high school to college is difficult for both students and parents. It might help to have some guidelines for conversations between parents and students about school in the first year.

For academics. Unfortunately, FERPA laws prevent anyone at UNR from sharing student academic information with anyone other than the student. We advise parents to ask their students specific questions to target their engagement in the classroom. Examples of questions that may be beneficial are:

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From the Provost:

Some important deadlines are coming up:

August 17-September 7:

• Financial Aid begins disbursement to Student accounts.

• Students receiving financial aid may not drop below
full time if funded for full time enrollment without permission of the
Financial aid Office.

August 22:

• Distribution of Financial Aid refund checks begins.

August 24:

• Fall semester fee are due.

August 31:

• The last day to drop classes with a 100% refund.

August31:

• The last day to register for classes.

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Now that all of our new incoming students have been through summer orientation, we went to remind everybody to recheck their fall semester schedules to make sure that everything is PERFECT for the upcoming semester! Follow the steps below and use our advising webpage – especially the BRAND NEW Advising Manual and PowerPoint Presentation for New Incoming Students.

Steps to finalize your fall semester schedule:

First, review your ACT/ SAT scores. Make sure that MyNEVADA shows the most current test scores.

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We are so excited to begin the process of welcoming our new students to campus in the fall semester – and we are looking forward to helping students make a successful transition to the College of Business. At this time, students should make sure that they have taken care of a few things:

  • Complete each of the items in the To Do List in MyNEVADA
  • Make a plan for housing
  • Register for summer orientation

Once students have paid the Advanced Registration Fee and completed a short survey, they will be placed into classes for the fall semester. At orientation, we will discuss those classes and students will then have the opportunity to make changes to the fall schedule that has been created for them. Attend orientation early in the summer in order to have lots of time to fine tune the fall semester schedule.

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Lots of business students have some challenges getting into classes in the semester that they are finishing the pre-business core. We recognized this problem several years ago and developed a web application for students to request entry into classes that they can’t add via MyNEVADA – because all 300- and 400-level business classes (except ECON) require that students be declared into a specific business major to get in. In order to declare a business major, you must be enrolled in classes to complete the pre-business core, and it must be past the drop date on those classes.

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