Military and Veterans Services News
The Military & Veteran Services helps UNLV's student veterans and active duty military members successfully navigate the academic and administrative pathways of a college education.
Current Military and Veterans Services News
Social work student mentors help veterans transition to campus life and conquer new challenges in the classroom.
Enrique Nieto and a team of students are setting out to improve the health of the Las Vegas community.
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Andrew Ho named 2020 Student Veteran of the Year, becomes second UNLV student to receive national recognition from Student Veterans of America.
Naval commander Stephen Col leaves a legacy of transformation and growth following his time at UNLV’s Army ROTC.
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Military and Veterans Services In The News
First Lt. David Montes, 650th Regional Support Group (RSG) HHC Company Commander, was recognized for his outstanding performance and leadership during his time as an Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) on June 13, 2021.
The National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation named Carole Fisher as the new president of the organization. Fisher has more than 35 years’ experience leading and transforming for-profit and mission-driven health care organizations. Tom Koutsoumpas, who co-founded NPHI in 2014 and has since been president and CEO of NPHI will continue to serve as CEO.
As an Air Force veteran, Andrew Ho felt out of place when he enrolled at UNLV.
After seven years in the U.S. Air Force, Andrew Ho faced a new challenge in the civilian world: adapting to life as a college student at UNLV.
Two Las Vegas students are in the spotlight for earning top honors.
For veterans returning from deployments and years of active military service, enrolling in and succeeding at college, and transitioning to civilian life, can be a daunting task. Add in a worldwide pandemic and the corresponding isolation, the transition can become even tougher.