Ready to meet your academic advisor? Please follow the steps below to meet with an advisor!

  1. Register for and Attend New Student Orientation (NSO)
    • Incoming students must complete NSO before meeting with an advisor. If you haven’t signed up for an NSO session yet, please register for NSO.
  2. Schedule your appointment. 
    • After you attend NSO, you can schedule an appointment with your academic advisor through the Rebel Success Hub.
  3. Prepare your questions.
    • Your advisor can answer questions about your courses, degree program, resources, and much more!

Please come prepared with any questions that you may have about degree requirements, involvement on campus, and any other area that will help you succeed at UNLV!

Note: Current students who have previously met with an Academic Advisor can also schedule an appointment online via Rebel Success Hub. Follow the steps online to learn how to schedule your appointment online.

Schedule an Advising Appointment

For additional information about your major, visit the degrees directory page.

Academic Success Center

The Exploring major allows students to focus on their general education courses while using tools to help them determine their career interests and possible majors.


  • Exploring Majors
  • Non-Admitted and Non-Degree-Seeking Students
  • Major Pathways Program
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Jennifer Czajkowski

Senior First-Year Academic Advisor

Lee Business School

While all of our majors are considered Business Administration degrees, there is a wide range of disciplines from which to choose that can be as technical or as people-centered as you want.


  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Information Systems
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing

College of Education

Do you love to work with children or interact with human beings in a compassionate, empathetic, and effective manner? Are you interested in enriching and diversified field experiences for hands-on training? Come and explore our College of Education majors to learn more about doing what you love and loving what you do!


  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Human Services
  • Secondary Education
  • Special Education
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April Zangari

First-Year Academic Advisor

Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering

The mission of the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering is to educate future leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs while discovering, integrating, and applying new engineering and computer science knowledge in service to society.


  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Construction Management
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Entertainment Engineering & Design
  • Mechanical Engineering

John Robles

Senior First-Year Academic Advisor

College of Fine Arts

Being a student of fine arts means heightening your physical, intellectual, and cultural awareness. UNLV’s fine arts program prepares students for professional careers by helping them hone and perfect their talents. A wide array of campus venues, including theatres, performance halls, studios, and an architectural library, are available to students as they pursue their passions. Our artist-in-residence program brings pre-eminent creators to UNLV. It also brings them into the classroom.


  • Architecture
  • Interior Architecture & Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Art
  • Art History
  • Dance
  • Entertainment Engineering & Design
  • Film
  • Graphic Design & Media
  • Jazz & Commercial Music
  • Music
  • Theatre
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Ryan Ziegler

Senior First-Year Academic Advisor

School of Integrated Health Sciences

Have you considered a career in the health sciences? Health professionals focus on preventing disease and injury by promoting healthy lifestyles. They implement educational programs, develop policies, administer services, conduct research, and regulate health systems to achieve these goals. In the past century, public health initiatives have improved lives worldwide, including increasing life expectancy by almost 30 years in the United States. As essential members of the healthcare team, they treat patients across the lifespan by providing services focused on curative treatment, disease prevention, and health promotion. Do you see yourself being a part of this team? Let’s meet at the Division of Health Sciences Advising Center.


  • Comprehensive Medical Imaging
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Health Physics
  • Kinesiology
  • Public Health
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition Sciences
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Maria Aladjova

Senior First-Year Academic Advisor

Honors College

A small, selective college within UNLV, the Honors College was built for students who want more – more depth, more challenges, and more opportunities. Designed for high-achieving students, our programs enhance every major at UNLV with Honors core courses and seminars that provide a dynamic and interactive environment. Our faculty push students to their highest academic level through thought- provoking seminars, creative curriculum, research opportunities, community service programs, and internships.

Honors Program

  • University Honors Program
  • Research and Creative Honors Program
  • Service-Learning Honors Program
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Mary Vance

First-Year and Second-Year Senior Academic Advisor

William F. Harrah College of Hospitality

Do you like to travel? Do you like to interact with people around the world while being in an environment that is always fast-paced and constantly evolving? Then the Hospitality program is the program for you. In the College of Hospitality, students get the opportunity to not only gain knowledge that will help them stand out from others in the industry, but also develop leadership skills that will set them up for success as future leaders in the Hospitality industry. The Hospitality program provides students with the opportunity to work and network in one of the biggest hospitality cities in the world located right in their backyard.


  • Hospitality Management
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Daniel Abeleda

First-Year Academic Advisor

College of Liberal Arts

The College of Liberal Arts offers students a well-rounded education in the humanities and social science disciplines and provides students with a solid foundation for a lifetime of learning and discovery. Liberal Arts students are versatile and well-rounded individuals equipped with critical thinking, communication, and problem-solving skills that are highly valued in today's job market. Through their broad education, they gain a deep understanding of the human experience and are prepared for success in any field they choose.


  • African American & African Diaspora Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Asian & Asian American Studies
  • English
  • Gender & Sexuality Studies
  • History
  • Latinx & Latin American Studies
  • Multidisciplinary Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Social Science Studies
  • Sociology
  • World Languages & Cultures

Alexandria Hollingsworth

First-Year Academic Advisor

College of Sciences

As a wise scientist once said, “The eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility.” If you are a student who loves making connections to the world around you through research and discovery, then the College of Sciences is the place for you! Research and discovery in symbiosis with education are our hallmarks. Addressing fundamental questions related to earth sciences, biological systems, physical and chemical systems, mathematics, and the universe will continue to be core focus areas.


  • Biochemistry
  • Biological Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Earth & Environmental Science
  • Geology
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
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Lae Morales

Senior First-Year Academic Advisor

Greenspun College of Urban Affairs

The Greenspun College of Urban Affairs is all about creating contemporary solutions for resilient communities, therefore, the academic programs focus on civic engagement. The schools and departments emphasize policymaking; addressing behavioral and mental health needs; ensuring cities are safe and prepared for emergency situations; and creating an informed citizenry through effective communication, journalism, and digital storytelling. The majors offered include criminal justice, journalism and media studies, social work, communication studies, and urban studies. The advising center is also the winner of the student-choice best advising center at UNLV for 6 of the last 7 years!


  • Communication Studies
  • Criminal Justice
  • Journalism & Media Studies
  • Social Work
  • Urban Studies
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Eric Michael

Senior First-Year Academic Advisor

The Rebel First-Year Success Experience

The Rebel First-Year Success Experience provides incoming freshmen and transfer students with a comprehensive network of engagement and support opportunities that ease the transition to the UNLV campus, promote success, and student achievement.

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