The African Diaspora honors Black, African American, African, Caribbean, and anyone else whose lineage is directly connected to the continent of Africa. UNLV provides programs, services, and resources to support this community.
The APIME and International communities at UNLV consist of Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, and International students, faculty, and staff. UNLV aims to support and affirm these identities by providing programs, services, and resources.
First-generation faculty and students face many of the same challenges including being unfamiliar with the new environment, difficulty accessing resources, and making networking connections for collaborative opportunities.
UNLV is committed to advancing the principals of the Disability Rights Movement, namely equity, accessibility, and opportunity in employment, scholarship, to support a university-wide culture of excellence.
Latinx/a/o students, faculty, and staff add rich experiences and perspectives to the UNLV comunidad. UNLV provides programs, services, and resources to support and celebrate Latinidad as it is an important part of the very fabric that is UNLV!
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual students, faculty, and staff add rich experiences and perspectives to the UNLV community. UNLV is committed to affirming and supporting LGBTQIA people.
UNLV is honored to have the opportunity to educate and serve our nation's heroes. We strive to provide responsive academic, social, and administrative support to student veterans, as well as active-duty military members.
Women students, staff and faculty, individually and collectively, strengthen, enrich, and elevate UNLV, as well as their communities and families. They are an integral part of the diverse mosaic of UNLV, its current excellence, and future aspirations.