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More than 200 UNLV students have earned the Engelstad Scholarship since 2009, collectively completing more than 45,000 hours of community service.
UNLV residence hall dedicates floor to build camaraderie and serve engineering students with a specialized computer lab.
Family Day will bring hundreds to UNLV on Oct. 5 for brunch and a football game.
Beginning next fall, program will provide grants to help offset costs of tuition, fees and books to students who qualify.
UNLV's Alternative Breaks Program bolsters traditional classroom learning with hands-on experiences, immersing students in the issues facing communities throughout the region.
From first-gen student to college administrator, Watson helps students navigate campus and create lasting memories.
Student Affairs In The News
University Police Services’ Southern Command — a new department created as part of the consolidation of police forces for four schools — is on track to be fully up and running by January.
It’s never too late to plan for college, and UNLV is giving Nevada residents a leg up with a new tuition program in fall 2020.
Beginning Fall 2020, UNLV will offer a new Tuition+ Award Program. The program will provide eligible Nevada residents a grant for 12 undergraduate credit hours of tuition and fees each semester, plus $1,000 for books for the school year.
A blind UNLV student has a unique perspective ahead of the new school year.
The Clark County School District, University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Las Vegas Metropolitan police departments collaborated during the summer to figure out how to combat school violence, and increase campus safety before the start of the new 2019 school year.
University Police Officer Bree Torrey said it was a face she couldn’t forget.