Summer Term 1: 4 Credits
Summer Term 2: 7 Credits
Summer Term 3: 7 Credits
Loads above these caps will require an overload petition. The process to complete a petition is outlined below. The form can be found online at facultysenate.unlv.edu/students/request-an-overload.
UNLV Undergraduate Students
To enroll in an overload, you must obtain authoriza-tion from your academic advisor and other required authorities (specific to each college). Complete pe-tition and indicate the specific number of credits in which you wish to be enrolled. Once you have se-cured the appropriate signatures, submit approved form to the Enrollment Services Center (SSC-C), where the courses will be manually enrolled. The form should also include the five-digit call number(s) of the additional course(s) to be added.
UNLV Graduate Students
Graduate students must complete the petition and obtain approval from the Graduate College.
Non-Degree Seeking Students
Complete petition and indicate the specific number of credits in which you wish to be enrolled. After completion, the petition must be reviewed and approved by the Director of Summer Term. Sub-mit approved form to the Enrollment Services Cen-ter (SSC-C), where the courses will be manually enrolled.
Newly admitted students are required, and continu-ing students are highly encouraged, to meet with an academic advisor in the advising center or department of your declared major in order to plan classes for the upcoming semester. Visit advising.unlv.edu for more information. If you are undeclared and want to explore your options regarding a major, contact the Academic Success Center to see an academic advisor, (702) 895-3177. Graduate students should check with their departmental advisors for approved graduate classes.
General Education Core Requirements
Check the appropriate catalog and see your advisor before registering for classes that satisfy core require-ments. This is especially important because different majors may require different courses to fulfill these requirements. Core requirements are listed in the undergraduate catalog.
Prerequisite verifications can be obtained by contact-ing the department offering the course.
Full Class Sections
Students must obtain permission from the department the class section falls under. Once a department has granted a student permission to add a course, then the student may add the course through the Student Self Service Center in MyUNLV (my.unlv.nevada.edu). Students are not allowed to attend a class that they are not registered in without authorization.
Types of Classes
The class component is listed under the class section link. Information on courses such as class location, class type, (e.g. lecture, laboratory, discussion) and in-struction mode can be found through this navigation.
Online Education Classes
Online (distance education) courses are those with class locations of Web. Once registered for a distance education course, visit the WebCampus site at web-campus.unlv.edu. (Please note: There is a 24-hour delay from the time you register until the class ap-pears on WebCampus and classes will not appear in WebCampus until two to four weeks from the start of the semester.) Your WebCampus username is the same as your Rebelmail e-mail prefix (e.g., if your Rebelmail account is firstname.lastname@example.org, the prefix is "jdoe"). To obtain your prefix, log into online reg-istration and click on the "Update Address" button. Your Rebelmail e-mail address will be displayed. Additional information about distance education courses is available at online.unlv.edu.
You will not be able to register until any holds have been released. There are a variety of holds that can restrict your registration (e.g., financial, library, parking, administrative). The warning you receive in online registration should include a phone number that you can call to take care of that particular hold. You can also call the Enrollment Services Center at (702) 895-3443 for assistance.
Bring a photo ID to the Enrollment Services Center located in SSC-C Building. Refer to the academic calendar for applicable deadlines.
Information regarding summer financial aid is available online at the Student Financial Services web page at finaid.unlv.edu. Check with Student Financial Services to determine what application is required for summer courses. Staff members are available to provide students with financial aid information. Financial aid representatives may be reached at (702) 895-3424 or by visiting their office in the Student Services Center Building A, Room 232. If you receive financial aid it is important to remember that all tuition is due by the stated deadline regardless of the status of financial aid. If your financial aid is not available by these dates, you must pay your tuition yourself and will be reimbursed when the aid is disbursed to your account. Please contact UNLV Student Financial Services (finaid.unlv.edu) about the status of your aid application. It is not appropriate to be attending classes without your account paid. The university does not defer tuition and fees for pending financial aid. Pending financial aid is not a sufficient reason to be attending classes without your account paid.
The National Student Clearinghouse (NSCL) is the official agent for all enrollment verifications. Enrollment verifications may be obtained online. Go to registrar.unlv.edu and click on "enrollment verification."
Transcripts can be ordered online. Go to registrar. unlv.edu and under the Student Resources section click Transcripts. There is a $10 processing fee per transcript and a shipping charge per envelope. You can also pay for and pick up your transcript in person from the Enrollment Services Center located in SSC-C Building.
You should expect to see your grades within two business weeks after the end of the semester. Go to Other Academic drop down menu in Student Center (my.unlv.nevada.edu) and click on Grades.
Student Addresses and Phone Numbers
It is your responsibility to keep the university informed of your contact information so that appropriate correspondence can be mailed to you. You can update this information through your student center in MyUNLV.
A formerly admitted undergraduate student who expects to return full-time or part-time for any particular semester should complete a Returning Student Application one semester prior to attending in order to register. Application forms are available at http://www.unlv.edu/registrar/returning-students.
The UNLV Annual Campus Safety and Security Report, which fulfills the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crimes Act, is now available to the campus community and the public. There are several ways to obtain a copy of this report: On the internet at police. unlv.edu/policies/campus-report.html, in hard copy form at the UNLV Department of Police Services, Police Headquarters Building (1325 East Harmon Avenue) and through the mail, free of charge, by calling the UNLV Department of Police Services Records Office at (702) 895-4747. Annual Security Reports are published by October 1.
UNLV provides parking on a PERMIT-BASED parking system. Permits may be purchased on-line at parking.unlv.edu or in person at Parking & Transportation Services. Parking regulations require the proper permit before a vehicle is parked on campus. Free maps and copies of the Parking Rules and Regulations are available in the Claude I. Howard Public Safety Building, which is open 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday. You may also call (702) 895-1300 weekdays for more information concerning parking permits and enforcement. Information is also available on-line at parking.unlv.edu.
Change in Class Schedule and Cancellation of Course Offerings
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas reserves the right to change class times, days, buildings, room numbers, instructors, fees, etc. where circumstances warrant such changes. The university reserves the right to cancel any course for which a suitable instructor is not available or which is under-enrolled.
It is the student's responsibility to check with the department before the class begins to see if any changes have been made. The online course listings at summerterm.unlv.eduare updated daily. Students are encouraged to check the Summer Term website (summerterm.unlv.edu) for additions, changes, and cancellations.