Get Involved

Wanna be a Jedi? How about the voice of your classmates? Be whatever you want to be here at UNLV. Get involved, share your interests, and enrich your college experience.

"You get out of your college experience what you put into it, so you should try to get involved in student organizations! You can make friendships that will change your life, and the experiences you have could help shape your future."

Tabitha, Entertainment Engineering and Design
The Rebel Events Board (REB) is a student-driven organization dedicated to creating, planning, and executing campuswide events in order to encourage a vibrant campus culture at UNLV.
Participation in a fraternity or sorority provides you an experience like no other on a college campus. Members of fraternities and sororities commit to lifelong participation in their organizations and aspire to high ideals and values that guide them throughout their collegiate education and beyond.
Whether you are an American student interested in learning about other cultures and meeting people from around the world or an international student who wishes to make the most out of your American college experience, International Student Programs is committed to providing you with on-campus cross-cultural social and academic programs.
Share your passion for sports and recreational activities with people who feel the same enthusiasm.
Joining a registered student organization at UNLV can redefine the college experience. UNLV has more than 300 Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) that encompass a variety of different interests, activities, and beliefs.
Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (CSUN) is UNLV’s undergraduate student government. The purpose of CSUN is to represent the voice of students, build a campus community, and enhance the college experience for all UNLV Rebels.
G P S A Mallet
The Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA) of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, promotes and represent the interests of graduate and professional students at UNLV.