Welcome

Veterans build their future success here.

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Welcome

UNLV is honored to have the opportunity to educate and serve our nation's heroes. We strive to provide responsive academic, social, and administrative support to student veterans, as well as active duty military members.

Here at the Military and Veteran Services Center, we understand that you and your family have unique needs and responsibilities, and we hope to support your academic efforts by providing one-stop, integrated resources to guide you toward success. You'll find us in the Student Services Complex – A, Room 311. Please stop by.

Benefits

  • Nevada residency to all "honorably" discharged vets within 5 years of separation
  • Nevada in-state tuition for all military family members using GI BILL(r) within 3 years of sponsor's discharge date
  • Priority registration for all vets to improve the timeline for payment of their housing allowance
  • A VA Benefits Counselor as part of our VET SUCCESS program
  • An annual Veteran Career Fair

Support Services

Are you feeling isolated? You are not alone. Talk to a fellow veteran.

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255

Vet Center Combat Call Center: 1-877-WAR-VETS

Jean Nidetch Women's Center Campus Advocacy Resource Empowerment Line: 702-895-0602

Disability Resource Center Counseling and Psychological Services

What's Happening

Ross Bryant speaks at podium
Jan. 17, 2017

Ross Bryant selected as top advisor out of 1,400 Student Veterans of America chapters nationwide.

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Nov. 14, 2016

The Military Times considered 125 4-year universities in its rankings.

Nov. 10, 2014

While the transition from the military to the classroom is easy for some veterans, others experience a culture shock. A few Rebel veterans share their stories.

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Rebel Veteran Focus Program

The Rebel Veteran Focus program highlights and honors the exemplary service of UNLV veterans whose contributions have had a positive impact — on campus, in their college, in their community or in assisting their fellow veterans.

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