The Division of Student Affairs helps UNLV students have the most successful collegiate experience possible.
We know that students who feel welcomed and affirmed on campus are many times more likely to stay enrolled and find their unique definition of success. That’s why our almost 1000 Student Affairs staff members work daily to ensure our campus is dynamic and engaging for all of our students.
If you are just discovering UNLV and the Division of Student Affairs, I encourage you to explore all that we are doing to support students, staff, and faculty across our four units: The Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach, Student Life, Student Wellness, and Administration, which includes the UNLV Bookstore and Dining Services.
As a minority-serving institution rich with diversity and committed to equity, UNLV provides access to world-class educational experiences that are responsive to the needs of our students and stakeholders. We also engage in groundbreaking research, scholarship, professional, and creative activities that have impact and cross boundaries. We create value for the individuals and communities we serve by fostering a climate of innovation, stimulating economic diversification and workforce development, promoting social justice and inclusion of all voices, and enriching cultural vitality.
As a UNLV alumnus, I am proud to lead Student Affairs in this critically important mission. On behalf of Student Affairs, thank you for taking the time to learn more about our work and UNLV’s amazing student body.
About the VPSA
B. Keith Rogers serves as vice president for Student Affairs. In this role, he oversees a wide-ranging division that consists of the following units: The Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach, Student Life, Student Wellness, UNLV Bookstore, and Dining Services.
Prior to this role, Rogers served as deputy executive director of UNLV’s Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach (CAEO), a nationally-recognized unit within the Division of Student Affairs, in assisting low-income and first-generation students in finding pathways to college and supporting those individuals with academic resources, grants, mentorship, and access to research opportunities once they are enrolled.
Throughout his time at UNLV, Rogers has led teams that secured hundreds of millions of dollars in grants that support students from typically marginalized backgrounds. During his tenure at CAEO, the program offered the largest suite of TRIO and GEAR UP programs in the U.S.
Rogers earned his doctorate in business administration from Grand Canyon University, and MBA and BS from UNLV. A U.S. Army veteran and an alumnus of the UNLV Student Support Services program, Rogers has been affiliated with UNLV for more than 20 years.
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