Accounts & Passwords

ACE

The UNLV ACE account allows you to log in to various UNLV services and applications with just one username and one password.

 

As part of the iOS Developer University program, UNLV faculty can request a free account to help introduce iOS development into their curriculum.

Grants access to computer labs, file storage, website publishing and more.

Full-time faculty may set up a website for academic purposes.

Allows all active UNLV Faculty, Staff, and Students to login to UNLV's Kivuto store to purchase personal licenses of select software titles at a discounted price.

Previous email, calendaring and collaboration tools -- replaced by UNLVMail as of October 2014.

Grants access to discount software available for STEM departments that have purchased a subscription.

MyUNLV is the student information system for our university. It provides students, faculty, and staff with online information and self-service capabilities 24-hours a day. The system allows students to access personal data, register for classes, check grades, apply for financial aid, and much more. Faculty and staff use it to input grades, communicate important information, and assist students with their business needs.

For faculty, staff, and students, grants access to an online survey system.

Allows employees to send news and announcements to UNLV students via Rebelmail.

E-mail system open to all UNLV students, faculty, and staff.

A web-based service that allows UNLV faculty and staff to send news and announcements to students based on their college and department.  

Allows you to connect to UNLV's network without the use of a cable.

UNLVMail is the official email and collaboration suite for UNLV employees.

VPN

Secure remote access to campus computing resources.

WebCampus is the UNLV supported course management system which allows faculty to post course notes, grades, discussions, and more in a secure environment for students to access via the web.

Search the WebCampus Knowledge Base for help with many common questions and problems.