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Undergraduate Admissions News

The Office of Admissions is responsible for delivering services and resources to assist students in their admission and transition to UNLV. Services include community outreach, recruiting and enrolling undergraduate students, and new student orientation programming.

Current Undergraduate Admissions News

The UNLV Football team celebrates after a Homecoming win. (Lucas Peltier/UNLV Athletics)
Campus News |

Spirited competitions. Nail-biting wins. Time-honored traditions. A homecoming week to remember.

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Arts and Culture |

Festival of Communities, Powwow for the Planet and Rebel Preview highlight full day of community focused events on the campus of UNLV. 

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Campus News |

Students can get a jump on the courses they want by following a few helpful steps on how to register.

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People |

The associate vice provost for student success knows firsthand how providing opportunities and encouragement to students of all backgrounds can influence academic achievement.

Members of the Precision Medicine Lab lifting off a manhole cover to study wastewater
Business and Community |

A yearlong collection of headlines featuring community resources, training programs, and partnerships to move Southern Nevada forward.

Scarlet and Gray, “REB's Glitter Squad”, Lester Cruz and Isabel Ferguson, take pictures and hype up students and families during the October 2022 homecoming football game.
Campus News |

A collection of news stories highlighting UNLV students and faculty who made headlines locally, regionally, and internationally.

Undergraduate Admissions In The News

KSNV-TV: News 3

This year, freshmen participating in 'Rebel Ready Week' will move into campus housing earlier than usual, getting a head start on their introduction to college life. Rebel Ready Week will take place from Monday, Aug. 21, to Friday, Aug. 25.

The Imprint

We know that teenagers who experience foster care face adverse experiences across multiple domains, such as housing, juvenile incarceration and in schooling. Throughout history, we can see that they are more likely to experience adverse outcomes indicative of economic hardship: adult poverty, homelessness, unemployment and underemployment, and low rates of educational attainment. To combat these outcomes, many seek higher education.

College students now have the advantage of using online classes to get closer to the educational goals, but it can be hard to know how to transfer into and out of online college in a way that is best for them. This guide details the ins and outs of online college transfer.

Hawaii News Now

The Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club serves a community of more than 50,000 former Hawaii residents who now live in the Ninth Island. And they could soon be serving more.

Las Vegas Review Journal

Spring Valley High School senior Joseph Zabel was hoping to attend college in Reno next fall, but the COVID-19 pandemic put a damper on his plans.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now

Las Vegas resident Ryan Romero left Apple’s flagship store on New York’s Fifth Avenue on Friday with the first iPhone 11 of the day. The moment capped a 15-hour wait in line.

Recent Undergraduate Admissions Accomplishments

Ross Bryant (Veteran Services), Tracy Johnson (Wilson Advising Center), and Allison McSwain (Admissions) made presentations at the 2014 NSHE Southern Nevada Diversity Summit. Bryant and Johnson presented "Keys to Veteran Success and Retention: A UNLV Model." The office of veteran services and the Student Veterans & Military Family Services…