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Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (CSUN) is UNLV’s undergraduate student government. The purpose of CSUN is to represent the voice of students, build a campus community, and to create a memorable college experience for all UNLV Rebels.

Current CSUN News

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Campus News |

Even before the trauma of Dec. 6, students reported high levels of stress. Here’s why UNLV has expanded its resources to support mental wellness.

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People |

The U.S. Department of Education administrator has built a career in supporting public school students and adults with disabilities.

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Campus News |

This is the first time in history that there are exclusively women of color on the board.

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People |

CSUN student leaders’ success demonstrates the impact Rebels can make just by getting more involved.

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People |

Vladislav Zhitny, an emigrant from the Ukraine, has had 18 papers appear in a variety of publications.

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People |

What happens behind the scenes? Learn more about UNLV's undergraduate student government.

CSUN In The News

Las Vegas Sun

UNLV senior Hoffman Madzou sits under a faded red parasol at a table in the student union at UNLV. It’s the week of spring break, and while the marketing major has plans to eventually relax, he still checks his phone repeatedly — possibly in expectation for his next venture. Madzou certainly likes to stay busy.

Las Vegas Review Journal

It was a small gathering, voices low, anxieties high. On Monday, Oct. 9, Rosie Polonsky joined around 20 of her fellow University of Nevada, Las Vegas students at a rally on campus in support of Israel, which had been attacked by Hamas terrorists two days earlier.


On Thursday, the UNLV Immigration Clinic and UNLV Student Government are hosting an all-day DACA renewal and citizenship resource fair.

Las Vegas Review Journal

The Board of Regents for Nevada’s higher education system could decide Thursday to overturn a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for employees, one day before nearly 550 workers who didn’t comply with the mandate face possible firing.

Inside Higher Ed

Colleges are taking different approaches in terms of how they’re using online learning in the second fall with COVID.

Nevada Current

Students attending a university, community college, or state college in Nevada will need to be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 by November 1 to enroll for classes in the spring 2022 semester, under an emergency regulation approved by the Nevada Board of Health in a unanimous vote Friday.

Recent CSUN Accomplishments

Caren Royce Yap (Marketing and International Business) was recognized as an AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) trailblazer in the Las Vegas community by the Asian Community Development Council (ACDC) at its first InspirAsian Gala, which took place in December. Yap, who serves as CSUN president, was the youngest of the eight trailblazers…
Janelle Willis (Nursing) was honored with the CSUN Faculty Achievement Award. CSUN senators determine awardees based on faculty members' outstanding dedication to students through advising, classroom instruction, mentorship, and/or the facilitation of special events.    
Olivia Cheche (Political Science, Brookings Mountain West, and Honors College) and Joshua Padilla (Civil and Environmental Engineering and Construction) recently co-authored, "Students Shortchanged by Lack of Oversight, Transparency at NSHE." Their Las Vegas Sun OpEd discusses the need to fix the culture within NSHE, citing current and past…