In The News: Housing & Residential Life
The move-in process at UNLV is usually a crowded affair. This year, things are different as the pandemic has affected education at every level.
A rite of college life is again unfolding on the UNLV campus. Dorms are open once again, but with a number of changes aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19.
It’s move-in day for students who will be living in dorms at UNLV but the process will be much different than in past years.
Incoming UNLV freshman Lia Cheung logged into the school’s online student portal from her home in Miami every day this summer to check on the status of her fall classes.
Today is move-in day at the UNLV dorms, @dylankendricktv reports.
About 1,100 new and returning students are slated to move into UNLV campus residence halls for fall 2020 amid new COVID-19 safety precautions.
About 3,000 new and returning UNLV students are slated to move into campus residence halls.
Students move into dormitories at UNLV Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019. Classes begin on Monday, Aug. 26.
3,000 students are moving into the residence halls at UNLV today.
A rite of passage started Wednesday at UNLV as students began moving into the campus dorms to begin a new school year. There are around 3,000 students living in the campus residence halls.
Cheerleaders, Hey Reb, university officials, catering and jazz ushered in a new student apartment complex on the doorstep of UNLV Monday, one week away from the start of class.
Some of the UNLV students returning to school this fall will set up college roots in some new digs. On Monday, the ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for The Degree, which is a 226-unit on-campus student housing community.