The ASUN Accounting office handles all payments, deposits, donations, timesheets, contracts, agreements, grants, club banking, university credit cards and copy machine codes.
Please visit the forms section for all of the correct accounting forms.
University policy states that all revenues generated by the University and all expenditures for goods and services must be recorded and accounted for within the financial accounting system of the institution. For student clubs and organizations, this means that all moneys collected or raised by the club including dues, collections for purchases of uniforms or t-shirts, ticket sales and all student contributions towards events must be deposited into the ASUN club account and the funds generated spent from this club account. The use of University funds or assets for any personal, unlawful or improper purpose is prohibited.
Once your club is recognized, you may activate your account by making a deposit at the ASUN Accounting Office. No off campus checking, saving or credit card accounts can be created by a club member or an advisor. Board of Regents' policy on “Establishment of Checking Accounts” (Board of Regent's Handbook, Title 4, Chapter 10, Section 24, page 58) strictly prohibits off-campus bank accounts. If your club has an account off campus, please close it immediately and deposit the money into the ASUN club account.
ASUN advertising is here to help bring a clients message to the campus community across multiple forms of media. We have the tools to promote your business, event or service to a diverse and loyal audience, whether it be through printed publications, online or via streaming radio. Whichever you choose, they have the advertising solutions you need. Let us be your advertising agency and help you connect to the students, faculty, staff, parents and alumni of the University of Nevada.
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.
For current hours visit http://www.unr.edu/escort
Escort Service Phone: (775) 742-6808
The Marketing department serves as the primary publicity unit for ASUN. The department works to promote the programs, services, issues, opportunities and images of the ASUN to the entire campus and surrounding community.
Inkblot Promotions secondary mission to serve ASUN clubs and organizations when they are granted Tier 1 Request Funding for on campus events from the Department of Clubs & Orgs.
For more than twenty years, members of the university community with legal problems or queries have had access to free legal help and referral. Legal Services has an attorney on staff and although he cannot represent students in court, he can provide guidance on nearly any legal problem.
The Director of Legal Services may not give legal advice. Only the licensed attorney may give legal advice or draft legal documents. ASUN Legal Services is limited to activities of an informational nature only, and any request exceeding this limitation will be referred to appropriate legal counsel.
In most cases, the results of this process are a better understanding of the legal problem, some preliminary legal advice, and a referral to a local attorney who handles cases in the necessary legal area. Whenever possible, referrals are made to attorneys who have agreed to offer reduced and/or waived fees to Nevada students who are referred by ASUN Legal Services.
Office of Student Advocacy. The Office of Student Advocacy was established to facilitate open and honest communication between students and the University by providing free and confidential peer support, advice and assistance to individuals involved in disputes with the University of Nevada, Reno.
Legal Services also offers a FREE Notary Public Service. This service is available free for members of the university community in the need of a notarized signature.
ASUN Legal Services is a strictly confidential service, and under no circumstance will your name or the nature of your case be released.
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.
Legal Services holds office hours between 8:30 am and 5 pm. Please call ahead or email the office to schedule an appointment as the employees are sometimes in class or meethings throughout the day. We are located in the Lake Level of Clark Adminstration.
Blanca Garcia - Director of Legal Services
Jacqueline Cope - Assistant Director of Legal Services
Monique Rodriguez - Student Advocate
We are located in the Lake Level of Clark Administration.
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
ASUN supports the mission of the University as a Tier 1 research institution by giving money to the Office of Undergraduate Research for grants. To apply for a Research Grant or to submit to the Research Journal visit http://environment.unr.edu/undergraduateresearch/
The Nevada Wolf Shop is a self-supported retail operation owned and operated by the Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN).
The Nevada Wolf Shop's Mission is to:
Provide the goods and services essential to the educational process in a timely and cost effective fashion, promote the University on a local, regional, and national basis by providing quality custom merchandise paid for by the bookstore and provide support for the University and Student Programs through donations and selected funding as deemed appropriate by the Associated Students of the University of Nevada.
Nevada Wolf Shop Phone: (775) 784-6597
ASUN awards $28,000 in scholarships each year to students at the University of Nevada, Reno. Applications for ASUN Scholarships are available the month of February.
All ASUN Scholarship Applications are to be completed and submitted electronically through the links below (Links are active starting early February). Submissions will only be accepted once per person per scholarship.
Any questions, concerns or special arrangements regarding scholarship applications should be directed to the Amy Koeckes, at (775) 784-6589 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASUN Sound, Stage, and Lighting is responsible for providing quality sound for events hosted by ASUN Clubs and Organizations and ASUN departments at no charge to the group. We have provided service to such events like the Night of All Nations, the annual Spring Powwow, Homecoming Week events, Howl at the Moon events, Movies on the Lawn, various concerts, and various public speakers just to name a few.
If you would like to request ASUN Sound, Stage and Lighting services, please click on the following hyperlink and fill out the attached form. We require Clubs and Organizations and ASUN departments to submit the form two weeks prior to their event. Once you have submitted the form, please allow two business days for a response.
Fill out an online request here.