Undergraduate students are represented by the Associated Students of the University of Nevada, Reno (ASUN). Graduate students are represented by the Graduate Student Association (GSA).
Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN)
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The Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN) is made up of every undergraduate student at the University of Nevada. We provide a means for students to voice concerns and address issues at the university, local, state, national, and international levels. We also provide information to students on upcoming events, student events, student services, clubs, and more. We are committed to enhancing our university and enriching students just as we have since our inception in 1898.
As your student government, the Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN) is an integral part of the university community. ASUN is recognized by the University president and the Board of Regents and provides many activities, events and services for students. For example, ASUN uses the profits from the ASUN Nevada Wolf Shop to offer annual scholarship monies, buy equipment for student use, and improve student facilities. All undergraduates are members of ASUN and are eligible to attend events and/or use services.
The ASUN Student Government is comprised of three branches - judicial, executive and legislative. Elected or appointed undergraduate students fill all positions. Elections are held each March for elected positions and appointments are made on an on-going basis throughout the year. For more information on any of the areas of student government, please visit our website at http://www.nevadaasun.com , call 784-6589, or visit our offices on the 3rd floor of The Joe Crowley Student Union.
Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/NevadaASUN
The Executive Branch of ASUN consists of the following student body officers - President and Vice President elected by the undergraduate student body. Appointed members include the Director of Flipside Programming, Director of Clubs and Organizations, Director of Traditions, Director of Unity, Director of Public Relations, Attorney General, Chief of Staff and many programming & commissioner positions. To contact them visit http://www.nevadaasun.com/executive/
The ASUN Senate is the official voice of the undergraduate students on decisions regarding campus policies, programming, and money spent by the student government on student support services. The senate consists of 22 senators elected from each of the academic schools and colleges. The ASUN Senate meets every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in the Rita Laden Senate Chambers, The Joe. The ASUN committees are Budget and Finance, Government Operations, University Affairs, Public Affairs, and Academics. To find your senator visit http://www.nevadaasun.com/senate/
The ASUN Judicial Council is composed of a Chief Justice and four Associate Justices. The council has the responsibility of maintaining high standards of conduct through the review of submitted cases. More info http://www.nevadaasun.com/judicial/ .
OTHER PROGRAMS & SERVICES
If you are dedicated to expanding the college experience to include co-curricular activities to entertain, educate and inspire campus programming is for you. Undergraduate students are appointed to the Flipside Productions, Homecoming Board and Unity Commission. These areas of ASUN are responsible for the planning, supervision and presentation of ASUN sponsored events such as the Movie Series, Bonfire, Parade, Diversity Week, Concerts, Lectures, BBQ’s, etc. All new ideas are welcome and they are always looking for volunteers. To find out what campus events are planned visit http://www.nevadaasun.com.
Clubs and Organizations
There are more than 250 clubs and organizations officially recognized by the ASUN. Clubs fall into the following community groups; Arts/Business/Education, Campus Life, Faith-Based, Greek Life, Multi-Cultural/Diversity, Science & Engineering, Service/Community Outreach, Social/Political Involvement and Sports & Recreation. For a full list of clubs visit http://www.nevadaasun.com/clubs-orgs/.
Any group of ten or more participants enrolled in seven (7) or more undergraduate credits hours may petition for ASUN recognition, which allows an organization to use campus facilities, get funding and establish an activities program. Membership can be based on scholarship, college, class, skill, interest or any other basis. However, it is prohibited to exclude individuals from membership on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, socioeconomic status, physical or mental impairment, or sexual orientation.
- Insight is the student run magazine and covers the university community. It is a free publication available each month. http://www.insightunr.com/ or 784-7775.
- The Nevada Sagebrush is the student newspaper published weekly. It is written and edited by students to provide commentary and coverage of campus news. Check out online at http://www.nevadasagebrush.com
- The Brushfire features literary works, poetry, essays, short fiction, photography, art, etc. from students to fulfill the literary and artistic needs of the student body. All contributors are welcome, for submission dates call 784-6131 or http://www.unrbrushfire.org/
- Wolf Pack Radio is your station for music, information and news created by the Associated Students of the University. Tune online http://www.wolfpackradio.org to listen to the radio station created by students for students. 784-7074.
ASUN Legal Information and Referral Service
Students have free access to legal information on most civil and criminal matters through the ASUN Legal Information and Referral Service. This service provides consultation arranged to fit your schedule and a legal information library.
Staffed by the Legal Service Director and a staff attorney, the service is supplemented by area attorneys. The service handles a variety of cases from landlord/tenant problems traffic/DUI to on campus problems like grade appeals.
For more information on any of the services, please contact ASUN Legal Services Director at email@example.com, ASUN Legal Services Assistant Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or Student Advocate at email@example.com. You may also call (775) 784-6132.
Nevada Wolf Shop
The Nevada Wolf Shop is a self-supported, non-profit enterprise that is owned and operated by the Associated Students of the University of Nevada. Our mission is to support and foster the educational experience, so all sales are taxed-exempt, which is an added bonus to shopping at your student store. None of your student fees go to support the Nevada Wolf Shop and it operates solely from revenue generated from sales. Our remaining proceeds are used to benefit student scholarships, student services, and student jobs. We have contributed over $1 million dollars to supporting students.
We are proud to announce our partnership with the Residential Hall Association (RHA) to offer a linen program for those of you that are living on campus. You can find more purchase information on our new website and proceeds will support RHA.
We offer many low-cost options for your textbooks such as digital, rental, and used. In addition, we offer a price-matching program that can be found on our website. We work side-by-side with your professors to make sure you have the right book.
We are more than just a place to buy your textbooks because we carry a broad range of Nevada gear, gift items, convenience store products, general books, and computers and software. We are an authorized Apple Reseller. Besides being a campus retail resource, there are opportunities for student employment and internships that foster education, professional experience, leadership, and personal growth.
The Nevada Wolf Shop is located in The Joe Crowley Student Union. 784-6597 or http://www.nevadawolfshop.com. Stop by the store to support your campus, your community, and the many other student services.
The mission of the Campus Escort Service is to provide safe, efficient, courteous, and reliable escorts for the University of Nevada, Reno students, staff, faculty, and visitors to their vehicles, residence, or any facility on campus or within a two mile radius from the perimeter of the University campus.
Our objective is to provide a safe transportation alternative to people on campus after normal business hours and to maintain a safe campus. We offer rides to any location on campus, as well as to the immediate vicinity so long as the University is the start or end of your journey. Campus Escort Service Phone: (775) 742-6808. To find out current hours and to request a ride online visit http://www.unr.edu/campus-escort/ .
The University of Nevada, Reno Food Pantry exists to provide an emergency food source for University students in times of need. Any student, whether undergraduate or graduate, full-time or part-time, may request aid. The Food Pantry will maintain a supply of non-perishable foods acquired through donations from students, vendors and other university departments. In some cases, the Food Pantry can also issue grocery store gift cards. Students with meal plans will soon have the option to donate meal swipes which the Food Pantry may also disburse to students in need.
To visit the Food Pantry or to make a donation please email for more information Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nevada State Undergraduate Research Journal
ASUN is dedicated to educating, supporting, and providing a competitive edge for all students in the NSHE system. This is accomplished by providing an accessible, student run, and highly selected peer reviewed journal specifically for undergraduate students.
NSURJ staff is comprised of multiple volunteer junior editors and academic referees from various NSHE institutions who collaborate with two senior co-editors to provide a peer reviewed research based journal which will publish twice annually. The senior co-editors are undergraduate students who are to ensure the highest standards of research accountability are met in published articles. Learn more online at http://nsurj.com .
GSA (Graduate Student Association)
The Graduate Student Association is an organization that represents the graduate student population at the University of Nevada, Reno. Students have representation from each academic unit offering advanced degree programming. The GSA has voting representation on the Graduate Council and represents graduate student interests on a wide array of university committees. Major programs include: travel assistance, a range of competitive awards, research grants, and scholarships for graduate students, financial support for graduate student groups, and socials. For further information, visit the GSA website at http://www.unr.edu/gsa/ or call (775) 784-4629.