Student Resources

Ed Exchange

Ed Exchange is a student and alumni monthly publication. Within each issue you will find important updates, events, research and scholarship opportunities, volunteer opportunities, as well as highlights of your fellow peers’ achievements.

Workshops and Events

The Education Student Services Center (ESSC) offers a number of programs each semester such as:  

  • Field Experience Overview Workshop
  • Nevada Educator Career Connections Mini-Conference
  • Praxis Core/CBEST Overview Workshop
  • Praxis Core/CBEST Writing Workshop
  • Scholarship Workshop

Learn more about these events, including how to register on the ESSC Involvement Center page

In addition, Rebel Educators, a student organization for education and human services students hosts a number of community outreach, social, and networking events.   

Alternative Route to Licensure (ARL) Program
Individuals with bachelor's degrees outside of education can take a fast track into teaching in Nevada with a conditional license. Learn more about the program online or attend an information session

Invitation-only events
Some events are only open to students at certain stages of their academic programs. If you are eligible to attend, you’ll receive an email invitation.

  • CCSD Virtual Interview/Hiring fair
  • Nevada Educator Career Connections Mini-Conference

Accomplishments

We are proud of our Rebel students! Help us get the good news out about your accomplishments.

Supporting Our Students (S.O.S.) Emergency Student Relief Fund

Thanks to generous funding provided by Charles Schwab Bank, the College of Education developed the Supporting Our Students (S.O.S.) Emergency Student Relief Fund to provide both one-time (per academic year) funding when assistance is needed with unexpected emergency situations as well as sustained financial coaching to develop budgetary literacy skills.

All current UNLV undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply for S.O.S. funding in instances including but not limited to the following: 

  • Accidents 
  • Illness (self or dependent)
  • Death of a family member
  • Fire damage (home or property)
  • Need for temporary housing
  • Food insecurity
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Technology Resources

The mission of the College of Education Technology Support Office is to provide technology support and share cutting edge information in order to enrich the learning and productivity of students, faculty and staff.

College of Education Bookshelf

The UNLV College of Education has an ongoing commitment to identifying, understanding, and addressing antiracism and other intersectional oppression within PK-12, mental health, and higher education settings. The College of Education Bookshelf offers resources for faculty and staff, students, community members and other educational partners. If you would like to suggest additional titles or resources, please provide those at education@unlv.edu.