Staff Directory

Main Contact Information

 Mailing Address

Graduate College
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Mail Stop: 1017
4700 S. Maryland Pkwy. Suite 200
Las Vegas, NV 89119



  • 702-895-4180

 Campus Location

 Office Hours

  • Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Office Locations

Graduate Recruitment
GTW 200

Graduate Admissions
GTW 200

International Graduate Student Services
GTW 200

Graduate Student Financial Services
GTW 200

Graduate RPC Team
GTW 200

Graduate Systems & Data
GTW 200

Graduate College Professional Development Academy

For information about graduate student professional development opportunities, non-academic advisement, thesis/dissertation formatting or submission processes, Grad Rebel events, and other sources of support for graduate students, please contact us:
GTW 200

Areas of Responsibility

To accomplish these objectives, the Graduate College’s areas of responsibilities include the following:

  1. Recruitment. Collaborate with graduate programs to support the recruitment of diverse and outstanding new graduate students.
  2. Admissions. Prospective graduate students apply for admission for graduate study in the Graduate College and the department or program in which they wish to study, simultaneously. The Graduate College evaluates applicant transcripts, foreign credential evaluations, GPA, and English proficiency. Departments recommend applicants for admission (or they deny their application), and the Graduate College renders the final decision. Meeting Graduate College admissions requirements is a necessary, but not sufficient, condition for graduate admission.
  3. Retention and graduation. The Graduate College utilizes graduate tracking data, best practices, and innovative programs to foster successful student retention and to stimulate the pipeline to graduation.
  4. Graduate student probation and separation. The Graduate College is responsible for handling graduate student probation, and for separating students who are failing to successfully progress in their graduate programs.
  5. Graduate Student Records. The Graduate College is responsible for the maintenance of all graduate student academic records and required forms.
  6. Electronic Systems & Data. The Graduate College is responsible for the design, management, and coordination of electronic systems & strategic data to support graduate students, graduate faculty, staff, and graduate programs.
  7. Conferral of Degrees. The Graduate College is responsible for certifying and posting all graduate degrees and certificates.
  8. Program Review. This involves the periodic review of all programs and departments that offer graduate or professional degrees, in conjunction with the Graduate Council and the Faculty Senate (excluding The Law School and the School of Dental Medicine).
  9. Curriculum and Program Development. The Graduate College works closely with the Graduate Council to oversee: all graduate and professional curriculum development; new, innovative, graduate program development; and to review and approve all changes to existing graduate programs.
  10. Graduate Student Funding. The Graduate College oversees and runs the GA program, and is the centralized unit for the distribution of graduate scholarships and fellowships. We coordinate with Financial Aid on periodic cost of living studies for graduate students, and on the awarding of scholarships, and other graduate student financial matters. We collaborate with the UNLV Foundation in the development of new graduate funding sources and graduate scholarship and fellowship awards.
  11. Graduate Student Services. The Graduate College provides professional development opportunities for graduate students, non-academic advisement, and outreach services, and handles all graduate student academic appeals.
  12. Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA). The Graduate College works closely in support of the GPSA, and the GPSA manager, and co-sponsors events such as the Annual GPSA Research Forum.
  13. Graduate Faculty. The privileges, rights, and responsibilities associated with full and associate graduate faculty status are designated by the Graduate College, which reviews and approves all applications for GFS. Further, the Graduate College is committed to supporting graduate faculty in their scholarship, mentorship, and other professional endeavors related to, and supportive of, graduate education.
  14. Awards and Recognition of Achievement. The Graduate College runs several prestigious award competitions each year to recognize outstanding accomplishments by graduate students and graduate faculty. Striving for excellence is a collaborative effort. The Graduate College works closely with the Graduate Council, graduate faculty, the GPSA and graduate students, and graduate programs, to maintain and enhance excellence in individual disciplines and to achieve our shared mission, goals, and objectives.

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