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Coronavirus Updates

UNLV is committed to safely providing education and promoting a healthy environment that supports the well-being of our students, faculty and staff.

This website will be updated regularly with information about university operations as it responds to the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.

UNLV Medicine has limited testing available for individuals who meet CDC guidelines for COVID-19 testing. Visit their UNLV Medicine website for more information.

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  • Apr. 10, 1分11选5平台
      Dear Students, We understand that you, your families, and other members of our community are facing unprecedented challenges. We are committed to supporting you to the greatest extent possible. Over the past two weeks, we have distributed several email messages with updates on academic policies and information about campus and community resources to support students’ basic and academic...
  • Apr. 7, 1分11选5平台
    The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents voted on Tuesday, April 7, to temporarily suspend certain provisions related to delinquent accounts for students facing financial hardships. Students who are on tuition payment plans will not incur any late payment fees and their payments may be delayed up to Sept. 30, 1分11选5平台. Additionally, students with a balance due will be able to register...
  • Apr. 2, 1分11选5平台
    Dear University Community:  Earlier this week, Governor Sisolak issued additional emergency directives related to the COVID-19 pandemic that is gripping Nevada and the country1分11选5平台. Over the past several weeks, some faculty or staff have had the option of continuing to work from the office but that is no longer the case. The recent developments require further adjustments to our campus...
  • Mar. 30, 1分11选5平台
    Due to limited staffing resulting from quarantine measures, the Student Wellness Pharmacy will not open on Tuesdays and Fridays as previously announced, until at least April 8. The UNLV pharmacist will be available by phone at 702-895-0278, and can transfer prescriptions that need to be refilled before April 8 to a pharmacy of choice for students, faculty and staff. The Student...

From the News Center

A doctor in a white lab coat walks past a row of orange cones and a line of cars.
Apr. 13, 1分11选5平台

Planning and effort at UNLV Medicine's public testing location helping to put patients at ease, contribute to public health fight.

A woman in a blue shirt reaches over her head with a roll of paper
Apr. 10, 1分11选5平台

Service Learning and Leadership office's Anabel Chavva helping HOPE Scholars, still on campus, adjust to a new way of living.

Apr. 9, 1分11选5平台

A collection of news stories highlighting UNLV’s response to COVID-19 and faculty experts who have helped the community make sense of the pandemic and its impact to daily life.

In the News

casino.org
Apr. 13, 1分11选5平台

During a Tuesday morning meeting, the authority is planning to reduce the current fiscal year’s budget by $79 million, a LVCVA spokeswoman confirmed to Casino.org. More reductions are possible in the next fiscal year’s spending plan, the spokeswoman adds.

Las Vegas Sun
Apr. 13, 1分11选5平台

Today, we face two unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19: the immediate health crisis and the resulting economic emergency. Southern Nevadans have faced many challenges, and defeating COVID-19 and implementing an economic recovery plan will test our mettle once again — like never before.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Apr. 13, 1分11选5平台

Public union contracts covering more than 18,000 hospital workers, police officers and other government employees have fallen victim to Nevada’s coronavirus outbreak.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
Apr. 13, 1分11选5平台

Hundreds have answered the call to join Governor Sisolak’s Battle Born Medical Corps. The team will help during the COVID-19 pandemic.