Hospitality Hall

Welcome to Hospitality Hall

From the pro shop to the test kitchen — Hospitality Hall mirrors the amenities of boutique hotels while setting a new standard for immersive student learning. Here's everything you need to know about campus' newest addition.

In This Series

two men in hardhats and suits
UNLV History | September 11, 2017
New name reflects changes in the industry, but continues to honor namesake William F. Harrah.
People | December 6, 2017
A discussion with Bill Paulos, Pat Moreo, John Porter, Roger Wagner, and Jay "Bill" Sanderson — alumni who helped pave the way for generations of hotel administration students.
Hospitality Hall exterior
Campus News | January 19, 2018
Each Founder invests in the future of their industry through $2.5 million contributions to the construction of Hospitality Hall.
Hospitality Hall
Campus News | January 19, 2018
With the Harrah College of Hospitality moving into its new home, here's what it took to get the building done.
Building Rendering
Campus News | January 23, 2018
Alumnus Michael Del Gatto is a key part of the architectural team behind the design of Hospitality Hall.
Hospitality Hall
Campus News | January 23, 2018
Take a look at some of the materials that went into UNLV's newest building.
test kitchen
Campus News | January 24, 2018
From the pro shop to the test kitchen — spaces in Hospitality Hall enhance learning experiences for students.
Hospitality Hall men's room
Campus News | January 24, 2018
Dean Stowe Shoemaker has a healthy obsession about restroom stalls and soap dispensers.
Jerry Vallen
UNLV History | August 3, 2020
In a 2017 interview, Jerry Vallen, founding dean of the Hospitality College, looked back at the early days of the school.

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