Student Resources

Check out the links below to learn more student resources available at UNLV and within the communication studies department.

Urban Affairs Advising Center

The Urban Affairs Advising Center provides guidance for all undergraduate students in the following academic disciplines:

  • Communication Studies
  • Criminal Justice
  • Public Policy and Leadership
  • Journalism and Media Studies
  • Social Work
  • Brookings
  • Public Policy Minor

UNLV Graduate College

The Graduate College supports our more than 130 graduate certificate, master's, specialist, and doctoral programs.

Dismissal Procedures

UNLV Office of Student Conduct

The Office of Student Conduct assists students, faculty and staff with the conduct code and policy enforcement, serves as a resource to the campus community surrounding student conflict resolution, and also provides an extensive outreach program that includes presentations such as academic integrity and preventing academic misconduct, conflict resolution and managing disruptive behavior.

Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society

Lambda Pi Eta is the Communication Studies Honor Society (LPH). Students who meet the eligibility criteria may apply each semester for admission into LPH.

Internship Program

The internship program is for students typically in their junior or senior year and involves working at an approved organization for at least 150 hours across a semester.

National Communication Association Student Club (NCASC)

NCASC provides an outlet for undergraduate students and faculty to explore the communication field in its professional and scholarly aspects. Any undergraduate interested in communication may apply for membership at this time.

UNLV Debate Team

The UNLV Debate team is fast becoming one of the best debate teams in the nation. Anyone interested in participating in the debate team or helping them prepare should contact Dr. Jake Thompson.