Dual enrollment students

We are here to help with your library research needs

Borrowing and requesting materials

Clark County Students - UNLV Access

Dual Enrollment students who are off-campus or distance-learning (this includes Clark County students) may visit the University of Las Vegas, Nevada Libraries to check out books and other print materials. To get access to UNLV Libraries, students must bring their printed MyNevada class schedule as proof of enrollment, and a photo ID.

Students are also welcome to use the physical library spaces and are encouraged to bring their own laptop or other device to avoid paying the Technology Fee for computer use.

Additionally, Dual Enrollment students can use their UNR NetID to log into the Eduroam WiFi at UNLV.

Checking out books

Dual Enrollment students are welcome to check out physical materials while on campus and are subject to the same borrowing policies as current undergraduate students. Email our circulation team to get help with requesting materials.

Long-distance dual enrollment students

Students are eligible to receive electronic delivery of materials such as book chapters and journal articles from the University Libraries' collections at no cost. They can request these items by using the library search, selecting the item, log in using your NetID, and then choosing “Need a chapter” or “Get a digital copy."

Long distance students include all who cannot make it to campus or not in Northern Nevada.

Library instruction

Subject librarians are here to support you and your students with their research papers and projects. Learn about library support for classes, including synchronous and asynchronous options, or contact your subject librarian for help.

Related research guides

Feel free to link to these helpful guides in your instructional materials.

Online library modules

Librarians have created short modules in Canvas (the University's Learning Management System) that can be easily embedded into any class on Canvas. Topics covered include:

See the full list of online modules or contact your subject librarian to request a module for a specific class or assignment.