Roadmap to the New Normal

Whether classes are online or in-person, Touro Nevada continues in its mission to provide high quality education. For information on classes and business operations, read Touro University Nevada's Roadmap to the New Normal and all Coronavirus updates. Touro Nevada students continue to provide free K-12 tutoring, undergraduate tutoring, or other community assistance. View #MedReady to learn more.

Touro Nevada Offers Online Resources to Help Employees and Students Work Remotely

As Touro University Nevada continues online education and working remotely, resources are available to assist faculty, staff, and students as they complete their work from home during COVID-19.

Earlier in the month, Touro University Nevada held two town hall webinars: one for employees, and the other for students. Each town hall was well-received and important university updates were discussed.

The IT Department has also included several resources for both employees and students:
Password management

For employees, the IT Department can help with the following:

How to check your TUN voicemail
How to set up call forwarding

Faculty Technology Training

Staff Technology Training

Support Resources

For students, the IT Department can help with the following:

Support Remote Learning

Support Resources

Handling Home Internet and Other Service Outages

If you have any questions or issues, please either complete the Question/Comment form on the COVID-19 webpage or send an email to advancement@tun.touro.edu

Additional Resources for Students

DOSA

All offices open each day to meet with students via Zoom, chat, or by phone

Student Health – Call 702-777-9970

Student Counseling – Zoom Meetings (HIPAA Compliant Zoom)

OASIS

Office of Student Involvement

Jay Sexter Library

All digital library resources are available 24/7

Librarians are available to assist

Research

Lab research is virtually halted, but the University community is encouraged to reach out to the Research Department and Research Librarians to keep projects moving forward For more information, contact Dr. Cheryl Vanier, TUN Chief Research Officer, at 702-777-4784.

Center for Innovative Learning and Teaching (CILT) Resources

Thanks to Dr. Michael Barbour, Associate Professor at Touro University California, and the Touro College and University System IT Department, multiple resources are also available for teaching and working online.

For more information on these resources, please contact Dr. Jim O’Connor, Founding Dean Emeritus of the College of Education and Health Sciences, and Director of the Center for Innovative Learning and Teaching (CILT) for Western Division, from Touro University California.

Touro University Nevada will provide additional online resources as they become available.