Student-Athlete Academic Services (SAAS) offices are located in the ASC building, which is across from the Student Services Complex, located near the Central Desert Complex, Dining Commons, Residence Halls, and the Student Recreation and Wellness Center. The facility houses the student-athlete academic advisor's offices, tutoring/group studying rooms, and a spacious study area with computers. The building also is home to the offices of Academic Advising, Academic Transitions, and Learning Support. Hours of Operation: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
One of the many amenities located inside the Lied Athletic Complex is the The Barron Hilton Auditorium. This 328-seat auditorium provides student-athletes with study hall facilities including individual meeting rooms for tutorial support and team meetings. For the first time, all UNLV student-athletes can be assembled at once for NCAA briefings, life skills events, or campus orientations.
The Mendenhall Center has a total of 38,000 square feet of space on three levels. Included are two basketball courts, an academic area and film room, locker rooms, athletic training, strength and conditioning, and equipment areas. The academic area provides student-athletes with a comfortable space for studying and tutoring sessions.
The Lied Library has the capacity to store 1.8 million volumes and occupies 300,000 square feet in five stories. It has 2,500 study spaces, more than half of them with full network connections; an Information Commons with over 300 computer workstations; a Collaborative Learning Center offering electronic instructional rooms; Faculty and Graduate Student study areas; and an automated storage and retrieval system capable of storing 1.2 million volumes.
The Fertitta Football Complex (FFC) is a state-of-the-art facility that serves as the headquarters for the UNLV football program. The FFC contains workout amenities, meeting rooms, athletic training facilities, student-athlete lounge, and dining area, as well as a computer lab and study space for the student-athletes. Specifically, the Anstett Academic Center has 26 desktop computers and two professional offices for academic advising and support staff. This academic one-stop-shop allows for real-time support for football student-athletes.