• Front side entrance of a building during early evening.
  • 5 students on a rooftop of a building.
  • A side view of a building.
  • Three women holding up red shirts.
  • The outside seating arrangement of a building.

UNLV Hospitality

Real Experience. Real Support. Real Opportunities.

One of the top-rated hospitality management programs in the world, the Harrah College of Hospitality boasts a brand new, ultra-modern learning facility located just blocks away from the epicenter of the hospitality industry—the Las Vegas Strip. Here, the college’s some 2,300 students receive an immersive, well-rounded education from an expert faculty as well as one-on-one support from advising and career services teams that are committed to your success.

Located in the heart of the hotel, gaming and tourism industries, UNLV’s William F. Harrah College of Hospitality is uniquely positioned to offer students the real-world skills they need to succeed in the dynamic field of hospitality.

Our Students Enjoy:

  • Ongoing recruitment opportunities from major hospitality brands
  • High job-placement rate following graduation
  • Membership to an elite alumni network

What's Happening

Ryan Livermore stands in a Topgolf hitting bay
Feb. 21, 2019

Professional Golf Management alumnus Ryan Livermore found the perfect balance of golf and hospitality at Topgolf.

Samuel Masters uses a length of rope to measure out a distance on artificial grass.
Feb. 21, 2019

With the cutting-edge tech of its biomechanics lab, UNLV's Professional Golf Management program is harvesting vital data for golf research.

Aron Kock demonstrates his blackjack variant to two onlookers at a gaming convention.
Feb. 20, 2019

Native Aruban Aron Kock found inspiration to come to the UNLV Center for Gaming Innovation in a pile of mango leaves.

Caesars Palace sportsbook
Feb. 12, 2019

From sports to themed casinos, UNLV researchers push the boundaries of hospitality scholarship.

A golfer lines up his shot
Feb. 8, 2019

How UNLV’s PGA Golf Management University program is using hospitality principles—and a state-of-the-art facility—to help define golf’s future

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In the News


  • Dean, William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration
  • Director, PGA Golf Management program
  • Assistant Professor in Residence