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Current Student Affairs News
She's daring and he's diverse. Both are committed to helping UNLV students achieve their dreams.
Nearly 300 local high school juniors visit UNLV during annual recruitment event.
Rebels volunteer across the Las Vegas Valley. Bonus: The latest Barrick Lecture on race and racism.
Rebels explore opportunities to get involved through student clubs, local organizations, and service options.
The themed residence hall floor, named for the county's first black landholder, offers students a place to explore African American identity.
Alexandria Sawin named 2018 Student Veteran of the Year, UNLV Rebel Vets named finalist for Chapter of the Year.
Student Affairs In The News
Some staff members need a bullhorn to corral students through congested high school hallways and exit points. Not Lionel Stoxstell.
Three elements make a great public space. Enclosure. Delight. And a view. While large public spaces are not a Vegas specialty, there are small spots here and there if you know where to look.
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.
Rebecca Dunfield hurries out of the rain and rushes to her afternoon classes with her piping-hot peppermint tea in hand. It’s a similar scenario for other UNLV students.
Skye Dunfied is a 23-year-old junior at UNLV who is majoring in criminal justice and carrying a 3.9 GPA. Skye isn't your average student, however. She’s been legally blind since she was born.
She has a seeing eye dog named Cindi. Without Cindi, Skye's college experience would be more difficult.
A new safety video from Northwestern puts a twist on a familiar format as colleges take big steps to increase awareness and prevention.