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Alumni

With an alumni base of more than 20,000 and growing each year, the College of Education Alumni Chapter is one of the largest on campus and offers a variety of services and opportunities in support of alumni and their families.

In 1957, UNLV set forward its first graduating class. You are part of a special tradition - a tradition of excellence in education, service as professionals, and support of future alumni. Wherever your life’s work takes you, we hope UNLV and the College of Education will always feel like “home” to you.

With an alumni base of more than 20,000 and growing each year, the College of Education Alumni Chapter is one of the largest on campus and offers a variety of services and opportunities in support of alumni and their families. UNLV alumni are encouraged to support the values of higher learning through advocacy, involvement, and giving.

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Class Notes

Victoria Lindemann

Victoria Norby Lindemann, '90 BA Theatre Arts, is an English teacher at Advanced Technologies Academy, a magnet high school. She also is pursing a PhD with a literacy emphasis from UNLV's College of Education.        

Nancy Forni Flagg

Nancy Forni Flagg, ’79 BA Education, ’92 MA English, recently edited a financial planning book written by Ron Vejrostek. Her company, Finishing Touches Project Management, provides writing, editing, and proofreading services for a variety of local and national clients.

UNLV Alumni Association

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The UNLV Alumni Association was established in 1964 as a not-for-profit organization to promote and enhance alumni engagement on campus.

To date, the association has contributed more than $7 million to the university in student scholarships, endowments, and major capital improvements such as the Alumni Amphitheater, Alumni Grove, Alumni Park, and the $2.7 million Richard Tam Alumni Center.

The UNLV Alumni Association is a leader in:

  • Connecting alumni for life to the resources of the university
  • Communicating UNLV news and happenings to our alumni
  • Providing a network for alumni to meet one another, students, and prospective students

Join the UNLV Alumni Association and support our efforts to engage alumni with the university.

Top Five Reasons Alumni Belong to the UNLV Alumni Association

  1. Staying connected to the university
  2. Knowing the association provides support for scholarships
  3. Receiving the alumni magazine
  4. Giving back to the university
  5. Having access to networking opportunities