Chapters and Clubs
Alumni choose to become involved in the UNLV Alumni Association for a variety of reasons. Some want to continue their education, others seek networking opportunities to grow their businesses or careers, and others look for ways to foster student development.
The association has developed many opportunities to provide engagement tailored to you. Through our academic chapters, regional and special-interest clubs, and a student chapter, you can engage alumni and students just like you. Each of these groups is led by volunteer alumni who provide engagement opportunities targeted to meet the needs of our diverse alumni population.
The academic alumni chapters are organized by college or school. They offer:
- Networking opportunities.
- Access to the professors.
- Professional development events.
- Social gatherings.
- Numerous ways to stay involved at UNLV, such as speaking to a class, mentoring students, and engaging academic leadership to improve the alumni experience.
When you join the association, you can select an academic alumni chapter for no additional cost. Twenty percent of your membership dollars go to the academic chapter to support alumni programs.
Find your academic chapter.
The association’s network of regional alumni clubs is a great way to maintain ties to your university and connect with other alumni in your area. Clubs offer a variety of social, cultural, service, and business networking opportunities. Find your regional club.
The moment a student enrolls at UNLV, he or she becomes part of an elite community known as "Alumni in Training." The association is proud to support the student chapter called the Student Alumni Association.
The student chapter provides unique opportunities for students to build bridges from campus life to the professional world. Activities include networking with alumni, on-campus activities, career development, and supporting the academic alumni chapters. Learn more about the student chapter.
Hundreds of alumni volunteers from across the nation provide leadership to develop and execute alumni programming. The association’s extensive structure would not be possible without the hard work of these volunteers.
Learn more about volunteering or leadership for the association and access volunteer resources.