Campus Resources

Get Involved

Graduate and Professional Student Association

The student government for UNLV’s graduate and professional student body. The GPSA holds monthly council meetings, hosts social events throughout the year, offers funding for conference and research activity and much more.

Student Organizations

UNLV has over 250 registered student organizations that students can join. please link this with:

Law School Student Association

Law students get connected: Join a law student organization today!

Dental School Student Organization

Dental School get connected: Join the dental student organization today!

Women’s Research Institute of Nevada

A member of the National Council for Research on Women (NCRW), this network is a learning house for research on women and girls.

Jean Nidetch CARE Center

The CARE Center provides programming, services, and advocacy for creating a supportive and inclusive environment for all genders.


The UNLV Office of Veteran Services is located in the Student Services Complex A, Room 311. The staff assist more than 1,000 Veterans, dependents, active duty service members, Native Guard members and reservists.

Intramural Sports

Join your fellow students for a bit of friendly competition in one of many intramural sports.

Stay Connected


“Rebel Announcements via E-mail” is a weekly email sent to all enrolled students that provides student important campus information including: deadlines, events, alerts, etc.



UNLV Calendar of Events

Academic Calendar

Important dates to keep you updated.

UNLV Performing Arts Calendar of Events

The Performing Arts calendar includes events, dates, times and pricing.

Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE)

Stay up-to-date with the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) news. Subscribe and receive press releases related to the NSHE system, Board of Regents meeting agendas and much more.

Transportation and Parking Services

Club Ride

A free program to help Las Vegas commuters find cheaper and easier ways to get to work or school.

Motorist Assistance Program

Need a jump start? Got a flat tire? You can call the Motorist Assistance Program at 702-895-1300 Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. If you need assistance after 5 p.m., contact university police at 702-895-3668.

Safe Escort at Night

Studying late or have a night class? Call the Department of Police Services at 702-895-3668, ext. 2 and a student security officer will escort you safely to your vehicle.

New Transit Center

A new transit center is located on the southwest corner of the campus which includes bus service directly to campus among other amenities.

Parking at UNLV

  • Lot S, located on the NW side of campus off of Harmon Ave, does not require a parking permit. This lot fills up quickly, thus you will need to arrive early to secure a spot.
  • Parking on campus requires a student parking permit. Students may only park in student lots with a student permit. Students may park in staff parking during specific times and locations.
    • No one at any time may park in reserved Parking without a reserved parking permit.
    • Parking is enforced 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 7 a.m.-1 p.m. on Friday during the traditional school year. During the summer months, parking enforcement hours are from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 7 a.m.-1 p.m. on Friday.

Health and Wellness

Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

College can be difficult and can create additional stress in one’s life. It is often helpful to talk with someone who can help. CAPS staff are trained clinicians who can help you work through problems commonly experienced by students of all ages and background, whether you are a traditional or a nontraditional student. Individual, couple and group counseling are available. Counseling groups and services provided are confidential and free to students who have paid their Health Fees (included in tuition and fees).

Student Health Services

  • All UNLV graduate and professional students are a part of mandatory Student Health Insurance Plans.
    • Submitting a waiver. Waivers need to be submitted at the beginning of the semester. Check the website for the submission dates.
    • Crisis Emergency Services – listings for local hospitals, health services, counseling services, domestic violence and stalking situations, etc.
  • Lactation Services
    • Lactation rooms, provided by the Jean Nidetch Women’s Center, are located throughout campus.
  • Dental Clinics
    • The Dental School has offices on both the UNLV main campus and their Shadow Lane campus where they provide teeth cleanings, check-ups and other services for reduced pricing for UNLV students.

General Services

Campus Dining

  • Hungry? There is a wide variety of places on campus to eat! To name a few: Starbucks, Subway (2 locations: Sidewalk Café and in the Student Union), Metro Pizza, Panda Express, Einstein Bagels (3 locations: SEB, SRWC and in RLL, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and the Commons. Load money onto your Rebel Card and use it at these sites. By using your Rebel Card, you don’t pay tax!
  • Download the app "Tapingo" and order ahead for campus dining locations of: Starbucks, Subway (Student Union), The Coffee Bean, Taco Bell and Tea Leaf.
  • For a cost savings, meal plans are offered through the Dining Commons.

Campus Convenience Stores

Need to grab some quick items, like aspirin or snacks? There are P.O.D.s (Provisions on Demand) located in the Dining Commons and in the Student Union.

Child Care

  • UNLV Preschool - Childcare is available on campus; but has a waiting list.
  • Through the Graduate College find out if you are eligible for a UNLV Graduate Access Childcare Scholarship.

Support Your Community and Planet

Grow Your Own Vegetables at the UNLV Campus Community Garden

The garden has 41 plots, each of which has raised 3’ x 8’ bed. Show your green thumb and reap the benefits. Each plot requires an annual $50 payment.

Brita Stations

This map shows you where to refill reusable water bottles around campus.

Recycling Services

The "Drive Up Drop Off" recycling program will accept items for recycling. There are also donation boxes available.


New to campus, the national car sharing service has vehicles for rent at UNLV. The annual membership fee is $25 (for the 1st year, subsequent years are $35) and starting at $7.50 per hour and $69 a day.

UNLV Food Pantry

The UNLV Cares Food Pantry is open year round to provide groceries for UNLV students and employees who are experiencing economic hardship. Use of the pantry is completely anonymous. More information about distribution dates and how to volunteer can be found through their webpage (see above).