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Student Health Center and Faculty and Staff Treatment (FAST) Center News

The Student Health Center, Faculty and Staff Treatment (FAST) Center, Laboratory, and Pharmacy are open to all currently registered and enrolled students and employees.

Current Student Health and FAST Center News

Business and Community | March 29, 2021

Take a moment on March 30 to recognize the contributions UNLV's medical professionals are making to our community.

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Research | March 4, 2021

A "minus 80" freezer keeps the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine well below zero, but it was a mistake UNLV got it in the first place.

A woman's head is face-down on a desk in frustration
Campus News | November 23, 2020

A guide to the resources that can help you, your students, or your coworkers navigate the multiple stressors of living and learning through 2020.

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Research | September 24, 2018

UNLV's on-campus Student Health Center Pharmacy will support clinical studies that can help new medications and devices make it to market.

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Campus News | October 9, 2017

University counseling experts step up to offer emotional support after the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Take Back the Night event
Campus News | September 30, 2015

Annual empowerment event expands from one to six days to honor, create allies, and drive greater awareness for victims and survivors of domestic, sexual, dating, and gender violence.

Student Health and FAST Center In The News

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 25, 2015

This year's 4 percent increase in undergraduate registration fees is a heckuva deal for UNLV students when compared with the cost of school-sponsored health insurance.

Live Insurance News
August 24, 2015

Students at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, (UNLV) are facing growing health insurance premiums. Those that receive coverage through the school’s Student Health Insurance Plan, which provides policies for undergraduates, may be facing rate shock, as premiums continue to climb significantly. Growing premiums are forcing some students to seek coverage through the state’s health insurance exchange, which is designed to serve as an alternative to conventional insurance markets, allowing consumers to find affordable coverage.

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 24, 2015

It's back-to-school time and, for some newly minted college freshmen, it's the first time they'll be managing their own health without a concerned parent hovering nearby.