Submit an Event

Please fill out the fields below to have your event posted to the UNLV Calendar of Events. A calendar editor will review and post the entry within 72 hours (weekends and holidays excluded).

For submission policies, visit About This Calendar.

Required fields are marked with an asterisk *.

Event Title

There is an 80 character limit for event titles.

When is the Event

Please specify the event date(s) for this event.

Event Location
Enter specific room or off-campus location here. For Online/Virtual events, please type Online or Virtual. Do NOT include URL or meeting information here. Use the admission information field below.
Event Information
Price above: (Do not type N/A) Please specify ticket and admission costs here if one is required, otherwise leave blank.
Admission information: (Do not type N/A) You MUST include information regarding who the event is open to, where tickets can be obtained, or any other related information. Virtual events MUST provide details regarding login and meeting information.
(Do not type N/A) If not applicable, please leave blank.
Public Contact Information

Public Contact: This information will be displayed after the event description.

Please use the following format: 555-123-4567.
Submitter Information

Provide your contact information in case a calendar editor has questions about your event.

Please use the following format: 555-123-4567.
Campus Contact

If you are not directly affiliated with UNLV but your event is on campus, please provide the name and e-mail of your campus contact.

Event Terms

Please choose one or more event terms to associate your event with.

Event Terms Order
Event Files

Ideal dimensions are 2000 x 1333px (6x4 ratio).
Do not submit a flyer for your main image. Images *MUST* be accessible. Images should contain little or no text, only a title is acceptable.
Ideal dimensions are 2000 x 1333px (6x4 ratio): landscape orientation. Portrait oriented photos will be cropped or resized and may shrink your image.

You can select up to 10 media items (10 left).

All attached documents and images with text must be accessible for individuals who require screen readers to view the content. For a website to be accessible, it means that it is equally usable and functional for everyone. To learn more about creating accessible content, we recommend that you attend the Foundations of Accessibility Training through the Office of Accessibility Resources.

You can select up to 15 media items (15 left).

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