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Wolf Pack Academics Policies and Procedures

All academic decisions should be discussed with your Athletics Academic Advisor. This includes scheduling classes, withdrawing from classes, declaring your major/minor, missing class for any reason, and any other circumstance that could affect your academic progress.

Withdrawing From a Class-Student-athletes must meet with their Athletics Academic Advisor about withdrawing from any course. Proper paperwork must be completed to ensure all NCAA and University of Nevada guidelines are followed.

Scheduling Classes-Student-athletes at the University of Nevada take advantage of priority registration due to practice and competition conflicts. Student-athletes should meet with their campus academic advisor approximately three to four weeks before the priority registration date. After that initial meeting, the student-athlete should then see their Athletic Academic Advisor to finalize their classes for the next semester.

Declaring Major/Minor- Talk to your Athletics Academic Advisor about declaring your major.

Summer School Aid- Talk to your Athletics Academic Advisor about applying for summer school. If you are on athletics aid, you may apply for summer school aid. Applications are available in the Athletics Academic Center.

STAR OF THE WEEK
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Oct. 20-26

Yawen Li

Swimming and Diving

Junior Yawen Li tallied the most individual points for Nevada in its season-opening weekend, helping the Wolf Pack improve to 4-0 after a quad-meet victory and dual win over Fresno State. Li won the 100-yard breaststroke (1:04.53), 200-yard breaststroke (2:16.14) and the 200-yard IM (2:03.70) in the quad-meet, while helping the Pack win the 200-yard medley relay (1:43.86).


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