Welcome

UNLV’s Office of Community Engagement seeks to support, facilitate, and promote collaboration, partnership, and engagement between the university and its many constituent groups.

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Virtually every department, unit, and group on the UNLV campus is involved in community engagement in some way. Whether it’s a student organization that volunteers, research that helps solve a community problem, or a class that offers personal enrichment, opportunities abound for our campus to connect with the community.

Get Engaged

Members of the campus and the external communities are forming wonderful partnerships for the greater good. Find out about the many ways to connect and collaborate.

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Initiatives

UNLV’s Top Tier strategic planning effort identified Action Plans for the institution’s development of community partnerships and engagement. These action plans are guiding institutional goal setting in this area.

Resources

Learn about just a sampling of the places on campus that offer engagement opportunities.

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News

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Sep. 13, 2018

The future of education is in programs — like UNLV's entertainment engineering and design — that reach beyond traditional academic disciplines to broaden the way students think.

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Sep. 11, 2018

How fusing technology and fine arts is helping students build new creations and careers at top studios like Pixar.

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Sep. 6, 2018

University Gateway is the first of one of many projects that could transform UNLV's main thoroughfare over the coming years.

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Sep. 6, 2018

Experience Marketing class teams up with local small businesses to turn classroom learning into real plans.

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Aug. 28, 2018

An education researcher turns to the digital realm of video games for a way to identify children’s behavioral problems in the real world.

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