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There's a lot to do on campus — so much that UNLV can become your second home. Here's your guide to navigating the campus and enhancing your college experience.
This new Student Affairs staff member passed over other job offers, convinced he wanted to work at UNLV.
A compilation of media coverage profiling just a few of the many people of UNLV who made news in 2017.
A collection of news stories from 2017 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
Campus is open over winter break. Come take a tour and experience all UNLV has to offer.
For students who participate in the Engelstad Scholars Program, service goes hand-in-hand with academics.
Some inspirational words from Rebels who've made it through another fall semester.
Emergency grant and support system helps determined student overcome setbacks.
For veteran Randy Dexter, man's best friend —and a campus organization — made all the difference.
The Military & Veteran Services Center and the Disability Resource Center are helping ensure student success.
New alumni club offers growing body of current, former student veterans an opportunity to network.
115 UNLV volunteers fan out across the city to help community nonprofits.
Longtime employee Minnie Epps named to Aramark's prestigious 2017 Ring of Stars.
From Police Services to workers at the Thomas & Mack, to students and counselors, UNLV was a front-line safe haven for victims and survivors.
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Student Affairs In The News
Students in the Nevada System of Higher Education probably will face fee hikes in 2019 and 2020.
In the late 2000s, UNLV officials were alarmed by news reports of a million military veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and enrolling in colleges and universities that were largely unprepared to welcome former combatants.
UNLV is trying something new this semester in the name of inclusion, and it's working better than anyone had hoped. School officials say an LGBTQ-friendly residence hall on campus has been so popular it has a waiting list.
Students with disabilities have had a chance this summer to work for a variety of Nevada state agencies.
If any good has come of the tumultuous political climate, it’s motivated people to take action—and use the act of visibility to counter hate against the marginalized. Two recent rallies involving non-Christian religious communities followed suit over the past week—one in a show of peace, the other fighting back (albeit peacefully) against scare tactics levied against it.
Student Affairs Experts
Director, Financial Aid & Scholarships
An expert on financial aid, including grants, scholarships, student loans, work-study, and federal programs.
Director, Military & Veteran Services Center
Director of the UNLV Military & Veteran Services Center