Standing Committees

Rebels Support Team

The Rebels Support Team is a campus-wide, multidisciplinary committee within the Student Wellness cluster which works to connect at-risk students with appropriate on-campus resources. The Rebels Support Team:

  1. performs outreach to students who are encountering difficulties in their personal lives to help get them on paths toward health and success,
  2. consults and coaches UNLV professional staff members in working with students who demonstrate distressed, disruptive, or dangerous behavior,
  3. maintains and markets a campus-wide reporting system for campus community members to notify the Team of students in need of assistance.

Information about the Student of Concern program and reporting form may be accessed.

Student Health Insurance

The Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) Committee was formed to provide broad campus involvement in the management and fine-tuning of the Student Health Insurance Plan. The Committee endeavors to provide a health insurance plan that balances meeting the essential medical and mental health needs of our diverse student body with an affordable premium price.

Student Life Funding (CSUN)

The Student Life Funding committee is funded from a portion of the general registration fee for undergraduate activities and programs charged to undergraduate students each semester.

Purpose Statement

This committee exists to provide funding to established programs and services at UNLV in order to allow for new programs and initiatives to be funded through the CSUN Student Senate. The CSUN Senate is a better representation of the UNLV student body, and should be the deciding factor in funding new programs that are coming to the University. This committee will fund existing and established programs in order to take that financial burden off the CSUN Student Government General Account.

Funding Eligibility Requirements

The committee will accept applications from existing and proven successful programs and departments. Success will be defined by student attendance and participation, proven benchmarks, years the program has existed, and how it has benefited the UNLV community. Each program will only be eligible for funding once per academic year from this committee.

Apply for Funding

Scarlet & Gray Advisory Board

The Student Newspaper Advisory Board is made up of professionals in journalism, faculty, UNLV staff, student representatives and the student media adviser.

It brings together the management team of “The Scarlet and Gray Free Press” and acts as an administrative support for all the components of the paper. The board meets monthly during the school year to review budgets; to assist the editorial team in their progress toward their goals and to troubleshoot any concerns.

Are you interested in becoming an advisory board member? We accept applications on a rolling basis. Apply now! If you have questions, please contact us at [email protected].