Topic: admissions

Clouds hang over the Las Vegas Strip
Campus News | November 19, 2020
Reasons for hope aren't just confined to UNLV's academic halls. Here are just a few places where 2020 inspired staff and students to find new paths forward.
Campus News | October 8, 2020
Nevada's undergraduate students are steadfast in pursuing higher education at UNLV despite COVID-19 challenges.
A student smiles against a colorful pink background
Campus News | August 20, 2020
Theatre and hospitality major Darian Fluker shares the value of getting an education in our iconic city.
A woman practices Hawaiian dance
Campus News | July 17, 2020
UNLV's only annual off-campus orientation, for students coming to UNLV from Hawaii, takes a virtual turn this spring.
A silhouette of a UNLV graduate.
Business and Community | May 12, 2020
UNLV’s associate vice president of enrollment and student services provides tips for high school seniors as they transition to college.
A student uses printing equipment in an art studio.
People | December 6, 2019
Students and professors use extended campus hours to prepare for finals week.
A UNLV student tour guide leads a group of Clark County School District students on a tour of UNLV's campus.
Business and Community | February 14, 2019
Nearly 300 local high school juniors visit UNLV during annual recruitment event.
Campus News | February 1, 2019
As UNLV casts an ever-widening net to attract top students, our competition increases.
U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
Campus News | February 1, 2019
How UNLV’s jump in out-of-state applicants affects the pool of students who ultimately enroll here.
group touring campus
Campus News | February 1, 2019
How national trends, coupled with UNLV's goal to attract high-achieving students from new markets, affect enrollment.
diverse groups at student event
Campus News | February 1, 2019
As the most diverse university in the country, UNLV must become a national leader in student success among unrepresentative populations.
People | November 13, 2018
Thanks to a new online bachelor's degree in urban studies, Miranda Barrie has been able to work, travel, campaign, and study on her own terms.