The Supplemental Instruction program is a free, peer-led study group that partners with historically difficult courses and provides an interactive environment to assist students with course concepts and discuss learning strategies.
The Academic Success Center offers free tutoring for a variety of UNLV courses throughout the school year. The mission of the tutoring program is to supplement in-class instruction and enhance your overall academic experience by providing a respectful, safe educational environment for learning.
The Health Sciences Library provides course support to the schools of Allied Health Sciences, Community Health Sciences, Dental Medicine, Medicine, and Nursing, as well as other clinical or biomedical programs.
UNLV’s Multicultural Program encourages and recruits minority and underrepresented undergraduate and graduate students into the STEM and healthcare related disciplines, fosters a positive and caring learning atmosphere that supports classroom instruction and professional development, increases retention and graduation rates, and improves overall student success.
The College of Education Student Services Center provides academic advising and coordinate field placement for undergraduate, second baccalaureate, Alternate Route to Licensure, Troops to Teachers, and Teach for America students.
Fine Arts Advising assists first-year, sophomore, and new transfer students. Students advance past the second year in their respective disciplines, they must seek advising from the school or department of their major.
Honors Academic Advisors understand the unique perspectives, challenges, and stresses of high-achieving students. But we do much more than check boxes on a degree worksheet; our goal is to help you design the life you want by guiding you toward all the tools and experiences you need.
Working in tandem with UNLV Career Services, the Bob Boughner Career Services Center provides opportunities for Harrah Hotel College students and alumni to gain access to a broad range of employers, employment information, and opportunities.
The school’s student-run webcast radio station, 91.5 The Rebel HD2 offers even more programming learning experiences in a format featuring a wide variety of music types including, indie, hip hop, and electronic.
The Donna Beam Gallery encourages the understanding, appreciation and making of visual art through exhibitions and accompanying programs for the university community, residents of southern Nevada and visitors to the city alike.
The Nonprofit, Community, and Leadership Initiative (NCLI) of UNLV is an applied research center created to aid nonprofits, local governments and other community stakeholders through the application of expertise, training and other applied research solutions. Located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, the location helps facilitate the connection with nonprofit and public agencies in Southern Nevada.
The UNLV Dual Enrollment Program provides highly motivated Nevada high school students an opportunity to get a head start on their college education by enrolling in UNLV courses before high school graduation.
UNLV-TV is a full-service media production facility housed with the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies on the UNLV campus. The unit supports the educational mission of the school by providing hands-on production experiences for UNLV students.
The Harry Reid Center (HRC) is a multidisciplinary research facility housing a variety of research projects on the UNLV campus. HRC Support seeks to support collaborative research, such as the type of projects being developed through the university’s Collaborative Research and Education (CoRE) initiative.
The UNLV Center for Social Justice (CSJ) serves as a resource for students, staff, faculty and community members to unite around, educate about, and advocate against social injustices that affect our campus, local, national, and global communities.
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.
The New Student Orientation program provides new students with information, resources, tools, and tips to help with their transition to UNLV. The Office of Admissions is responsible for this programming.
The Student Wellness Center Laboratory conducts lab tests for both the Student Health Center and the Faculty and Staff Treatment (FAST) Center. The on-site medical Laboratory is a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certified laboratory licensed by the State of Nevada and accredited by COLA.
The Intersection: The Academic Multicultural Center
The Intersection: The Academic Multicultural Center is a safe, healthy, physical space for students, faculty, and staff to gather, exchange ideas and information, and develop a shared sense of community at UNLV.