Society of Human Resources Management Student Chapter (SHRM)

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world's largest association devoted to Human Resource Management. Whether you are looking for your first job, have just been promoted to your first management position or are looking to start a career in HR, SHRM is the one professional HR association that provides the credibility, depth and breadth of HR resources that all human resource professionals need. Student members have many benefits such as: available scholarships, networking opportunities, access to SHRM award winning magazine and weekly e-bulletin, discounted admissions to conferences, and more. HRSA SHRM Student Chapter will help keep UNLV students up to date on all the important HR issues and opportunities. You can find more information on the SHRM website.

Getting Involved

As a Human Resource Student Association (HRSA) member you will get the opportunity to get involved in the Human Resources Industry through our different events. To become a member, there is a $25/year fee. Members are required to have a SHRM student membership, which is $40/year. For more information please contact us at to get information on when meetings and events will be held.

Who Should Join?

The UNLV Human Resource Student Association (HRSA), an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is looking for hospitality and business students who are interested in pursuing careers in Human Resources or might be interested in learning more about the HR environment. If you would like to broaden your HR education by gaining experience that will help you develop professionally, join us!


UNLV Human Resource Student Association (HRSA) members can expect educational events such as: guest speakers from the top local and national companies/SHRM professional chapters, visits to different HR departments locally, attend SHRM conferences and mixers.

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Contact Us

Student Organization

Faculty Advisor
Dana Cotham

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