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McNair/AANAPISI programs for low-income, first-generation students matches undergrads with faculty mentors that share their focus and goals.
President’s 2017 Classified Employee of the Year Flor Cardona says she is living the American dream
Doing this has helped Cherisha Gaitor in her life, her career, and in being named one of the Classified Employees of the Year.
A first-generation college student, Barb Roberts is UNLV's Administrative Faculty Member of the Year.
Delivering And Serving Hope or DASH is one of the longest running volunteer programs at UNLV and helps provide food to Las Vegas homeless through a partnership with the Las Vegas Rescue Mission.
Following careers in the medical field, she fell in love with numbers, eventually leading to her current job as business manager for UNLV police services.
Sociology-based program connects students to community issues and social justice causes.
Dozens of employees also recognized for their years of service to the university.
Residence Hall Association earns top honors at National Association of College and University Residence Halls.
Student worker Oriana Galasso advises HOPE scholars on making the adjustment to UNLV.
The academic mall will have an international flair April 1 as student, community groups go around the world.
Innovative funding programs, policies to promote post-secondary education will help Nevada keep pace.
With 180 student groups active on campus, there's bound to be a group for you. Visit the Involvement Fair on Pida Plaza today.
Not familiar with the well-loved Midwestern restaurant? Our guide gives you the scoop on the Student Union's new burger joint.
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Student Affairs In The News
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.
With Israeli and Greek fraternity flags held high, nearly 200 UNLV students and local Jewish community leaders marched in solidarity through the central valley on Monday to protest recent acts of anti-Semitism in Las Vegas and across the United States.
The march was as much an act of unity as it was a demonstration against hate. Nearly 200-members of the Las Vegas Jewish community walked and chanted, 'No more hate!', along a 2-mile stretch of Harmon Avenue, until finally arriving at the campus of UNLV.
University of Nevada Las Vegas students and local Jewish community leaders are calling for an end to recent acts of anti-Semitism in Las Vegas and across the United States.
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