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  • The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)/Consolidated Students University of Nevada, Las Vegas (CSUN) Preschool is housed in the Lynn Bennett Early Childhood Education Center on the UNLV Campus. The mission of the UNLV/CSUN Preschool is to provide a model inclusive early childhood program that serves children (six weeks to five years of age) of students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding campus community. As the field of early childhood care and education evolves to meet the growing needs of today’s young children and their families, our preschool will continue to play a leadership role in teaching, training, and research at UNLV.

  • The UNLV Food Pantry is a year-round resource that provides perishable and non-perishable food items to students, staff, and faculty who need additional support. All clients must present with a Rebel ID, such as proof of enrollment, or proof of employment for Food Pantry assistance.

  • The UNLV HOPE Scholars Program is a partnership between the Clark County School District (CCSD) Title I HOPE Office, Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY), and UNLV. The program is specifically designed to assist UNLV students experiencing housing insecurity or houselessness secure housing as well as academic and financial support in order to successfully complete their degree.

  • Rebel Veterans Organization is to support veterans and military-connected family members in their higher education pursuits & goals beyond college. The Rebel Veterans Organization strives to provide responsive academic, social, professional, and administrative support to student-veterans, reservists, guardsmen, and active-duty members & their spouses.

  • The UNLV UndocuNetwork is a network of allies, undocumented students, staff, and peers whose mission is to empower, inspire, advocate and create thriving spaces for undocumented students, TPS recipients, refugee students, UndocuQueer students, Afroimmigrants, AIP immigrants and any other immigrant students at UNLV!

  •  The CARE Survivor Fund assists victims and survivors with the immediate financial burdens interpersonal violence can bear so that they can navigate their long journey to healing.

    The CARE Advocates (student volunteers) are a departmentally sponsored, volunteer student organization that adhere to a trauma-informed, healing centered approach to sexual violence prevention, relationship violence, and stalking. CARE Advocates prioritize the survivor’s right to self determination and autonomy.

    CARE Advocates volunteer within the JNWC to provide direct service to victims/survivors of relationship violence. Students are responsible for providing service in-office, or on our 24-hour crisis CARE Line. Students also collaborate with JNWC staff throughout the year to plan and facilitate various awareness events, as well as facilitate education presentations in the classroom.

  • In an effort to help assist students in providing a safe, quiet, and accessible space to students, the UNLV Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (CSUN) provides generous support to the University libraries to extend library hours during finals.

  •  In an effort to help alleviate the impact of high textbook costs on students, the UNLV Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (CSUN) provides generous support to the University Libraries to purchase high-cost textbooks required for courses with high enrollment. Thanks to this generous sponsorship the library is able to offer access to more than 400 required textbooks to students. The University Libraries would like to thank CSUN for choosing us as one of the campus organizations they support and for their unwavering advocacy for our students.

    Not all textbooks required in all courses taught at UNLV will be available in the CSUN Textbook Collection. Use the Course Reserves Search Bar and search by Course Name to view availability of textbooks.

  •  The PRACTICE is committed to providing affordable, evidence-based mental health care to our clients and the highest quality training to our students.

    Through the generous support of Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (CSUN), Thinkability Grants are available to undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need. These funds cover the cost of certain services at the PATC clinic.

  • The Intersection has created an emergency fund to assist UNLV students experiencing an unforeseen financial emergency or catastrophic event that may prevent them from continuing their education at UNLV.

    The Emergency Assistance Fund is used to assist UNLV students with an unforeseen financial emergency or catastrophic event which prevents them from continuing their education. These funds are not intended to be used for routine expenses or as a consistent supplement to the student’s education funding sources. 

  • Student Involvement & Activities (SIA) serves as a hub for student involvement including student government, registered student organizations, fraternity & sorority life, and campus activities.

  • To Welcome the Rebel Family, various UNLV entities will be hosting welcome events throughout the fall semester to give students the most out of their UNLV experience.

  • The Office of Alumni Engagement hosts Grad Fest events, provides one-stop shopping experiences, transition services, swag, and volunteer opportunities to graduating students.

  • College included: Engineering, Education, Fine Arts, Honors College, and Hospitality.

  • Navigators aim to effectively prepare students for university life and involvement at UNLV by connecting them to useful resources, providing one-on-one advising, professional development opportunities, and advocacy training. The Navigators program is committed to building a diverse and inclusive mentorship opportunity to ease students’ navigation through college and become student leaders who can recognize and address social injustices.

  • The Office of Undergraduate Research supports undergraduates in their efforts to discover, innovate, create, and experience research at UNLV. The office provides undergraduates with resources such as faculty mentors and professional development programs that students need to successfully conduct advanced research and produce creative output.

  • The UNLV Fostering Scholars Program is a campus and community support network with dedicated programming to support individuals who have experienced foster care. The UNLV Fostering Scholars program strives to support college students who have previously experienced foster care during their transition to university life and throughout their time at UNLV. This program, modeled after other successful national programs, is the first of its kind in the state of Nevada. The Fostering Scholars Program draws together resources from across the institution, the local community, Clark County, and the state of Nevada to address the educational, social, emotional, physical, and financial needs of UNLV students. It is through enhancing our student’s sense of both independence and connectedness, retention and graduation rates of participants will improve. UNLV Fostering Scholars’ goal is to ensure students with a history of foster care involvement have the skills and tools necessary to transform their university experience into a meaningful career which will last a lifetime.