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Current Student Affairs News
As chair of the Commencement Committee, the university's registrar says he was excited to see a return to in-person celebrations last month.
Oversized banner celebrates campus diversity as part of student government initiative.
New Academic Success Center academic advisor draws on his prior experiences to help guide Exploring and Major Pathways students.
HOPE Scholar Theresa Butler earns her bachelor's and dives into public policy based on her experience.
The seminar for the campus community is aimed at helping students who have been arrested or incarcerated.
As UNLV plans for a fall semester with in-person classes, faculty reflect on the improvements they'll make thanks to their year with remote teaching.
Student Affairs In The News
Some women are noticing their periods are different after getting vaccinated. We asked OB-GYNs why this might be happening.
Steve McKellips arrived at Marquette University with four years of Spanish on his high school transcript. When it came time to get placed in a first-year college Spanish course, admission officials used that background to determine where he would best fit.
State of the University addresses are, traditionally, fairly bland affairs. They are a chance for university presidents to be boosters, to laud the university’s successes and sell the school’s upward trajectory to an audience of administrators, faculty, students and donors.
Sebastian Ajir pushed ahead with college this fall, even with all the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of his friends, however, could not stay the course.
UNLV knocked $50 off a facilities fee to compensate for limited access to some services because of COVID-19, but some students say the discount doesn’t go far enough.
UNLV lowered the facility fee by $ 50 to compensate for limited access to some services due to COVID-19, but some students say the discount is not enough.