A. You can now apply for graduation and pay the graduation application fee in MyNEVADA. For step by step instructions and pictures go to MyNEVADA Help: Applying for Graduation.
A website for frequently asked questions and feedback about MyNEVADA.
A. You can now view your unofficial transcript in MyNEVADA by logging and navigating to your Student Center. For full instructions and screen shots of how to view your unofficial transcript please visit the MyNEVADA Help page at http://www.unr.edu/mynevadahelp.
*Please be advised*
Admissions and Records is in the process of validating all transcripts to ensure they are correct in MyNEVADA after the conversion from ePAWS. There is a high volume of transcripts to validate and the process is moving as quickly as possible. If you believe there is an error on your unofficial please be patient as it will be corrected accordingly. All official transcripts will be validated before being processed and sent.read more
Get quick and easy step-by-step instructions for MyNEVADA by visiting the new help page at www.unr.edu/mynevadahelp. There you will find written instructions and screen shots for the basics of using your MyNEVADA page.
There are sections for Applicants, Students, and Faculty to ensure you are getting the information you need. Please keep in mind that this site is still under construction and new help pages will be posted regularly. If there is a frequent question that is not on the site please email email@example.com more
A. You can find your exam times in MyNEVADA in the your Student Center under Academics. Click here for full instructions on seeing your final exam schedule.
A. The NSHE ID is a new system-wide ID that you will carry with you between institutions in the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE). Whether a student at Nevada or TMCC, you’ll have the same number. Certain bio/demographic information is shared between the institutions so you only have to make items like name change at one place. This number takes the place of the R number for current students.
A. Part of the transition to the new system involved a merger of many different databases. This will allow you change your name in one single location; however, the downside is that if your name was incorrect in another database a one time correction will be needed.
- Misspelling (including compound names): Contact Admissions and Records at 784-4700 to correct or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Former name (if you have already changed your name with Admissions and Records in the past): Contact Admissions and Records at 784-4700 to correct or email email@example.com. Assuming we have the documentation on file, we can correct it easily.
A. If you are having trouble logging on to the system, first try the online assistance under “MyNEVADA Login Help“. If these are not successful, please call the Help Desk at 775/682-5000.
As with any new system, there have been some challenges we are working through to get all users into the system. Several of the issues we are aware of and working toward a resolution, but please continue to let us know about any error messages you continuously receive when trying to log in.
A. On the front page of your Student Center, there is a hyperlink to “Enroll” under your Academics. From there you will select classes and put them into your shopping cart. Once your Enrollment Appointment time come, you go back to your shopping cart and follow the steps to ENROLL (like checking out with any shopping website).
A. Yes. We have many opportunities including drop in sessions for students and faculty, help documents available, and we’re also only an email or phone call away. Please check our Training Information section for details.
A. Most of the classes with lecture/lab components (or discussion) will still have a primary lecture and then specific labs to choose from depending on which lecture section you choose. When you enroll, you’ll pick a lecture section and then it will come up with options for the associated lab section. However, when you are just doing a search for classes, you will see the entire selection of sections. Here’s how to tell which labs/discussions are associated with which lecture:
- Lecture sections have section numbers 100X (ex. 1001, 1002). They also have an “LEC” next to the section number in the search results.read more