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Current Student Affairs News
Minority-Serving Institution Student Council member Natalie Gutierrez led program Back on Track, to aid students on academic probation help overcome issues, including the pandemic, that are impacting their academic success.
New partnership with the VA gets student veterans on-campus access to their military benefits and services.
‘Let’s Talk UNLV’ Airs Three Times a Week on KUNV
Vote now for your favorite proposal for the new outdoor feature.
UNLV will join nationwide list of eligible higher education institutions for the organization's national scholarship program.
Social work student mentors help veterans transition to campus life and conquer new challenges in the classroom.
Student Affairs In The News
Las Vegas will soon be a majority-minority city.
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 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.