Stay at Home for Nevada

Following Nevada Governor Sisolak's Stay at Home directive, Touro University Nevada's remote instruction and business operations will remain in effect until at least June 30, 2020Please see the COVID-19 Information page for more information.  If you're needing assistance with K-12 tutoring, undergraduate tutoring, or other community assistance check out our Med Ready page for FREE help from Touro Nevada students.


Welcome to Touro Nevada. We are pleased that you will be visiting the campus. Visitor spaces are located throughout campus for guests (non faculty, staff, students) to park in for free, and can be identified by signs and pavement markings.

Visitor-marked spaces are for visitors only. Faculty, Staff, and students may not use a visitor space for any length of time. Visitor parking spaces are available on campus, are denoted with freestanding signs, and are marked accordingly. If a designated Visitor parking space is not available, there is on-street parking that may be available.

Patient parking spaces are marked accordingly and have a free-standing or posted sign for the Health Center and Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities.

Faculty, staff, and students are NOT permitted to park in patient or visitor designated parking for any length of time. Patient parking may only be used by students, faculty or staff if they are seeking treatment at the Health Center or have a child with an appointment at the Center for Autism, and may only park in a patient parking space for the duration of the appointment.

If you are a Visitor to campus or a Patient of the Touro Health Center and or the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities and choose to park in a parking space that is not designated or marked as Visitor or Patient parking you may be issued a citation.

CAUTION: No parking is permitted at any time in fire lanes, drive lanes (individually marked or not), on sidewalks and sidewalk access ramps, or in barricaded or gated areas. Each carry separate fines per violation and are patrolled 24 hours, 7 days a week. Citations will be issued for parking outside of a stall.

The only time an appeal for “loading or unloading” will be considered is if the individual can show a valid need to park in a particular area to load, and show they left their emergency flashers on for the duration.