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 ASUN Central Station 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 Central Station. No off campus checking, saving or credit card accounts can be created by a club member or an advisor. The University of Nevada, Reno Administrative Manual (Section 1060 page 42)stipulates, "Bank accounts outside the University are NOT permitted for any funds relating to university or university-related activities. If your club has an account off campus, please close it immediately and deposit the money into your individual club account.
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.
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/
In March of 2011, the ASUN Senate and the Special Senate Committee on Undergraduate Research and Journals passed a legislation to create the Nevada State Undergraduate Research Journal (NSURJ) in hopes that academic research will enrich the education of undergraduate students and prepare them for future academic and professional endeavors, regardless of the field of research.
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.
The mission of NSURJ 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 selective peer reviewed research journal specifically for undergraduate students.
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 is owned by the Associated Students of the University of Nevada, Reno and professionally operated. No student fees go to support the store and it operates solely from revenue generated from sales. The Nevada Wolf Shop is a non-profit business, dedicated to serving the campus community (students, faculty, and staff), therefore all sales are tax-exempt. Year-end proceeds from the store are allocated toward programs like student scholarships and student services. Over the years, more than 1 million dollars has been given back to the campus.
The Nevada Wolf Shop is more than just a place to buy textbooks. Along with having a diverse selection of course materials specifically requested by professors, the store carries a broad range of Nevada gear, gift items, cosmetics, convenience store products, general books, and computers and software. The store offers opportunities for student employment and internships that foster education, experience, and responsibility, besides solely being a retail resource. Monthly events, as well as contests and promotions will be happening at the Nevada Wolf Shop, so stop by!
Nevada Wolf Shop Phone: (775) 784-6597
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.