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Enrollment & Student Services is a dynamic unit that is innovative in spirit and strives to excel in all efforts to facilitate student success.
Enrollment & Student Services (ESS) promotes a results-oriented culture with a commitment to serving our university and community. We develop comprehensive programs, services, and solutions essential for impacting outreach, recruitment, enrollment, retention, and graduation of UNLV students.
Begin everything we do with a core commitment to change the lives of students and their communities through higher education.
Diversity & Inclusion
Value and respect people of all backgrounds and support a diverse campus community and student body.
Demonstrate ethical practice, compliance, and decision-making that builds trust with our constituents at all times.
Seek and deploy innovative solutions and technology-driven approaches to improve programs, services, and infrastructure that continuously improves student access and success.
Commitment to Service
Enrollment & Student Services interacts with all our constituents with respect, enthusiasm, and empathy, while listening and building relationships to exceed their expectations.
Daniel Labrecque (Enterprise Application Services) has been recognized as a Star Presenter at this year's Higher Education User Group Alliance Conference, which will be held in Philadelphia next month. He was selected because of his excellent performance last year. His presentation this year will...
Published: Andrew Thomas Reyes, Christopher Kearney, and Ross Bryant
Andrew Thomas Reyes (Nursing), Christopher Kearney (Psychology), and Ross Bryant (Military and Veteran Services Center) published an article "Student Veterans’ Construction and Enactment of Resilience: A Constructivist Grounded Theory Study" and was considered as a top cited article for 2018-19 in...