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
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.
Nevada's undergraduate students are steadfast in pursuing higher education at UNLV despite COVID-19 challenges.
UNLV's only annual off-campus orientation, for students coming to UNLV from Hawaii, takes a virtual turn this spring.
Remote orientation keeps energy and enthusiasm up among new students through the pandemic.
UNLV’s associate vice president of enrollment and student services provides tips for high school seniors as they transition to college.
Enrique Nieto and a team of students are setting out to improve the health of the Las Vegas community.
Undergraduate Admissions In The News
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.
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.
Shaelyn Eguchi-Fernandez is one of eight children in her family. The 16-year-old Las Vegas High junior plans to be the first to attend college.
Nevada residents who don't quite make the cut for the University of Nevada Las Vegas will now be encouraged to attend community college instead of receiving rejection letters.
Nevada residents who may not immediately make the cut for the University of Nevada Las Vegas will now have another option to attend the university.
The University of Nevada at Las Vegas’ executive director of undergraduate admissions, Kristine Shay, said college admissions is a particularly competitive field these days — especially at a time when the pool of potential students is shrinking.