Official Policies

Official UNLV policies governing the rules and regulations of student conduct are outlined in detail on-line at:

Copyright Information

Diversity Statement

Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, 1989

Policy on Religious Holidays

Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Services

Mandatory Immunization Requirement

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974

Special Programs

A variety of special programs are offered during the summer months. For information visit the websites listed below.

Educational Outreach
UNLV offers continuing professional education, academic credit, and special interest programs through Educational Outreach. For more information call (702) 895-3394 for a catalog or visit the Educational Outreach website.

International Programs
Education abroad programs sponsored by UNLV provide students opportunities to study in foreign countries. (More information about International Programs here.)

Orff Schulwerk Teacher Training
Contact Educational Outreach at (702) 895-3394 for information on Orff Schulwerk courses being offered during the summer months.

Young Rebels
From automotive engineering to virtual lawyering to dentistry to theater, UNLV offers the youth of Southern Nevada the opportunity to begin discovering the paths that will lead to their careers. We offer dozens of programs across academic disciplines for students in elementary, middle or high school, in a safe and supportive environment. Whether your passion is theater, writing, math or robotics, or any of a number of other programs, know there is something for you. Don't wait for college, come join us now at UNLV!

Police Services

The UNLV Annual Campus Safety and Security Report, which fulfills the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crimes Act, is now available to the campus community and the public. There are several ways to obtain a copy of this report: On the internet at (https://www.unlv.edu/police), in hard copy form at the UNLV Department of Police Services, Police Headquarters Building (1325 East Harmon Avenue) and through the mail, free of charge, by calling the UNLV Department of Police Services Records Office at (702) 895-4747. Annual Security Reports are published by October 1.

University Services

UNLV offers a variety of services to students. Visit the websites below for information on the services offered.

Division of Student Affairs
The Division of Student Life provides quality services and programs that create educational opportunities, foster college success, enhance continuous learning, and promote a just and inclusive campus. (Division of Student Affairs website)

Among their services are:
Career Services
Disability Services
First Year Programs and Transition Services
International Students and Scholars
Campus Life
Greek Affairs
Leadership Development
Student Diversity
Service Programs
Student Activities and Traditions
Student Organizations
The Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach
Student Wellness
Student Counseling and Psychological Services
Student Health Center
Jean Nidetch Women's Center

University Libraries

The UNLV Libraries serve the university and community with a collection of over 4 million items in a variety of formats from books to DVD, from journals to photographs. Extensive access to electronic journals and databases subscribed to by the libraries and available through the Internet is also provided, and library faculty and staff are available to provide assistance and instruction on the use and evaluation of the Libraries' information resources and collection.

Additional information on the Libraries' collection, services, and summer hours can be found on the University Libraries website.