Q: How do I get a student ID Card (Rebel Card)?
A: At least 36 hours after registering for classes, go to the RebelCard Services Center in room 160 of the Student Union. Don't forget to activate your RebelCash while you are there.
Q: How do I check out books?
A: Register your student ID to use as a library card. You can do this in person at the Circulation Desk in Lied Library or at the main desk in the Architecture Studies Library, Curriculum Materials Library, or Music Library. This barcode number is also your user name to log into the library computers. For new students your password is the last four digits of your phone number.
Q: How do I log on to library computers?
A: Once you have registered your RebelCard for use at the library, you will use your barcode number to log into the computer. For new students your password will be the last four digits of your phone number.
Q: How do I add money to my RebelCard (RebelCash)
A: If you are a new student your RebelCard will automatically be activated for RebelCash. If you received your RebelCard before Fall 2006, you may need to activate your card to use this feature. RebelCash allows you to add money to your card for purchases throughout campus. In the library you need to use RebelCash to purchase copies and printouts. RebelCash can also be used to pay library fines, purchase food on campus, purchase items at the UNLV Bookstore, and even at some locations off campus. You can add money to your card using cash in a Value Transfer Station (VTS) or you can add money via credit card online.
Q: How do I access library resources from home?
A: Students, faculty, staff and others affiliated with UNLV have access to most library resources from home. If you meet the requirements you will be able to access the databases  by providing your barcode and Library PIN when prompted.
Q: Can I register for classes using the Libraries' computers?
A: Registration can be done online. In Lied Library at the beginning of each semester a group of computers are available for students who need to register for classes. These computers are located in front of the Research and Information Desk on the first floor and do not require students to logon.
Q: Where do I pay my tuition?
A: Tuition can be paid online. Tuition can also be dropped off at:
The Cashier's Room 131 in Student Union
The 24 hour dropbox outside the Cashier's Office
The 24 hour dropbox outside the ticket booth of the small parking lot on the corner of Harmon & Maryland Parkway in front of the Richard Tam Alumni Center