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Campus News | October 30, 2019

Business Affairs Division taps into Hospitality College's expertise to improve its service.

Becky Murphy
People | June 12, 2017

This budget analyst was surprised and pleased to discover that at UNLV it's not only the students who have Rebel pride.

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Campus News | April 1, 2008
UNLV handled the hits when state funding came up short this year, but administrators worry the struggle on the horizon will leave lasting damage.

Budget Office In The News

December 4, 2014
Las Vegas Sun
October 12, 2014

One of the most important issues this election is how Nevada will pave the way for a prosperous future. Unfortunately, the state has neglected Clark County, home to nearly 75 percent of the state’s residents. Nowhere is that more clear than in higher education. In his piece below, David Damore, a UNLV political scientist and fellow at the Brookings Institution, explains how the data show Southern Nevada greatly subsidizes higher education in the rest of the state. That leaves the bulk of Nevada’s college students, who attend school in Clark County, at a great disadvantage. This election, Southern Nevada voters need to elect people who will stop the politics that allow this. It’s not about stealing from Northern or rural Nevada, it’s about being fair. — Brian Greenspun

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