Things to Know Prior to Registration
Advising: It is recommended that you meet with your academic advisor prior to registering for classes to confirm the courses you would like to take will apply towards your degree. Advising Center information is available at (unlv.edu/advising/centers)
Enrollment Appointments: Date and time for which a student can begin registering for Summer Term.
Credit Limits / Credit Overload: Session and term limits for maximum student enrollment during Summer Term.
Outstanding Items: View your MyUNLV Student Center for outstanding items. Important outstanding items that will prevent you from registering for classes will be listed under Communication Center, Holds, and To Do List.
Student responsibility when registering for classes: Students are academically and financially responsible for the classes in which they register. Students who are unable to attend should drop the course by the drop deadline date to remove their obligation to pay. Students who register and do not pay will be purged (administratively dropped) with a 50% penalty. Students should be aware of their schedule and financial situation prior to registering to avoid any late penalties. Please review the Summer Term drop policies before registering.
View Schedule: Course dates, times, instructors, special course fees; and add, drop, and payment deadlines are listed under the course information.
Summer Term policies are different from Fall and Spring at UNLV. It is the responsibility of the student to be aware of the add/drop dates and payment deadlines to avoid late fee penalties.
Register for ClassesLogin to your MyUNLV account to register for classes. MyUNLV Tutorials are available.
Confirm Registration: Once you have completed all three steps of registration, confirm your registration by checking your class schedule. To check your schedule go to your Student Center, click on "My Academics" and then click on "Class Schedule."
View Balance and Pay: From your Student Center, click on "Account Inquiry" to view payment due dates and amounts. Pay for classes online using a credit/debit card or in person at the Cashier's Office. For information regarding payment plans, visit the Payment Plan section on the Summer Term website or contact Summer Term
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. For general assistance regarding holds on your account call the Summer Term office at
If you feel that you have already met the published prerequisites for the course that you intend to enroll in, please contact the department or college advising center.
If you wish to enroll in a course requiring a prerequisite taken during an earlier session a prerequisite waiver will be required.
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 Center in MyUNLV. Students are not allowed to attend a class that they are not registered in without authorization.
General Education Core Requirements
Check the appropriate catalog and see your advisor before registering for classes that satisfy core requirements. This is especially important because different majors may require different courses to fulfill these requirements. Core requirements are listed in the Undergraduate Catalog.
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 underenrolled. 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 are updated daily. Students are encouraged to check for additions, changes, and cancellations.
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.
Transcripts can be ordered online through the Office of the Registrar website. 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 Office of the Registrar located in
The National Student Clearinghouse