4th Annual Minority-Serving Institution Week

The 4th Annual Minority-Serving Institution (MSI) Week is here!

We're excited to have you join us in the festivities.

On Monday, we kicked off the week with the MSI Student Success Summit; thank you to everyone who participated!

Join us today (March 26) on Pida Plaza for the MSI Week Celebration with various FREE activities including, but not limited to:

  • Cultural representations 
  • DJ
  • Giveaways
  • NAMI 
  • Petting Zoo
  • Photo booth
  • Study aboard information
  • UV (ultraviolet)-sensitive Beads activity

Join us on March 27 from noon to 3 p.m. for A Taste of UNLV in the Dining Commons. 

To enter the dining commons, individuals must have a meal plan/dining dollars, a sponsored ticket*, or pay out of pocket for the meal. Students with a meal plan may use their swipe for entrance.
*The first 150 people without a meal plan will receive one free ticket to enter into the event.

This year's menu features various global cuisines:

  • African American/Caribbean 
    • Jerk Chicken
    • Jollof Rice
    • Plantains
  • Alaskan 
    • Smoked Salmon Chowder
    • Clam Fritters
  • Asian
    • Stir fry station with Asian style appetizers
  • Hispanic
    • Pork Birria
  • Middle Eastern
    • Chicken Korma 
    • Vegetable samosa
    • Hummus Bar
  • Native American 
    • Wild Rice Saute’ with sweet potatoes
    • Fry Bread Taco
  • Pacific Islands 
    • Vegan Chicken Long Rice
  • Desserts
    • Almond Cookies
    • Churros
    • Guava Empanada
  • Drinks
    • Aqua Fresca
    • Horchata
    • Jamaican Carrot Juice

Enjoy listening to the MSI Week Playlist on Spotify.

For the full list of detailed events, click here.

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