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The UNLV Student Health Center’s board-certified doctors and nurse-practitioners and health care team are dedicated to helping you prevent injury, treat illness, and reduce the risk of acute and chronic disease.
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Location: Student Recreation and Wellness Center (RWC), Room 1500
Hours: Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
UNLV School of Dental Medicine
Shadow Lane Campus
4505 South Maryland Parkway
(Student Recreation and Wellness Center)
After-Hours Emergency (5 p.m. – 7 a.m.): 702-380-1944
UNLV Student Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) strives to facilitate and maintain the holistic well-being of UNLV students through three essential roles:
To best meet the needs of the UNLV student population, CAPS utilizes a Stepped Care Model in order to utilize resources most effectively. All students are welcome to schedule an initial consultation to discuss concerns with a clinician who will recommend the most effective yet least-resource intensive intervention first.
If you are interested in CAPS services, please call CAPS at 702-895-3627 to schedule an initial consultation appointment. Visit the instruction page on how to check-in for an appointment using the WellnessView Portal.
The Care Center offers confidential virtual support services, holistic healing workshops, campus education and awareness events to members of the UNLV, NSC, and CSN communities impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, family violence, and/or stalking.
Call The Care Line
Complete the Connect with The Care Center form to schedule an appointment.
Care Survivor Fund
Through funding by CSUN, The Care Center provides the Care Survivor Fund, an emergency survivor fund available to UNLV students who have been financially impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, family violence, and/or stalking.
Federal and state laws clearly recognize the need for a safe and confidential space for students to report experiences of power-based violence.
Confidential campus advocates are required to protect student’s privacy and confidential information, and therefore do not report anything a student says to the university, Title IX or campus police.
Exceptions to confidentiality include if the student reveals abuse or neglect of a child, including oneself if the student is under the age of 18, or of an elderly or disabled adult.
Confidential Care Advocates assist in the process of working through feelings, identifying needs, and making decisions.
UNLV Campus Life Student Support provides a variety of services that support students with issues such as food, housing, or transportation insecurity, child care, medical and mental health needs, and digital/technology access.
UNLV HOPE Resources and Scholars Program
HOPE Resources support students experiencing food and housing insecurity and foster alumni, connecting them to on- and off-campus resources.
The UNLV HOPE Scholars Program is designed to help secure housing, academic, material, and financial support for students experiencing homelessness.
UNLV Fostering Scholars Program
The UNLV Fostering Scholars Program is designed to support students with a history in the foster care system with what they require in order to ensure successful graduation and stability.
Student Support Spot
The Student Support Spot offers nonperishable food packages, toiletry items, and in-person guidance to students facing basic needs challenges such as housing, food, and transportation insecurity, and needs related to mental health, child care, and digital access.
UNLV Cares Food Pantry
The year-round UNLV Food Pantry provides non-perishable items to university students, staff, and faculty who need additional food.
SNAP Benefit Program
Reduced-Cost Bus Passes
The U-pass is a discounted transit pass for students, faculty, and staff (with valid UNLV Rebel Card) to save up to 68% on public transportation.
Child Care Options
Technology Loan Program
The Office of Information Technology, in partnership with the Lied Library, has a limited number of devices available for currently enrolled students to borrow for the semester. Laptops, desktops, and webcams can be checked out by submitting a request form to address your specific needs.
Reduced-Cost Internet Service
The federal government helps eligible households pay for high-speed internet at home. The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) can assist students with access to high-speed internet.
A number of university divisions/colleges offer student emergency funds, including the SOS Fund for all students, and the Graduate College Emergency Retention Grants for graduate/professional students. Please check with your college to determine if other emergency funds are available. Most programs have limited funds, and applications are accepted until the funds are depleted.
UNLV Support Team
The UNLV Support Team connects students to academic support and wellness services, including housing, food, or financial insecurity resources. Members of the UNLV community may request the team’s support for any individual they identify as needing intervention.
The Writing Center’s role is to support everyone at UNLV who is working on any writing project. We help writers gain skills that help them feel more confident and more prepared to revise their current paper as well as work on future ones.
In-Person Consultation Hours
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Virtual Consultation Hours
Submissions will be accepted Sunday through Friday.
Quick Question Hours
Quick Questions will be answered promptly Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Quick Questions submitted outside of those hours will be answered the following business day.
Writing Center Instruction Videos
The Intersection is a safe, healthy, physical space for students, faculty, and staff to gather, exchange ideas and information, and develop a shared sense of community at UNLV.
We are a one-stop resource for UNLV’s highly diverse student body — a comprehensive multicultural center grounded in the academic life of our students. As an intersecting campus resource, we help ensure students, particularly first-generation and studs of color, successfully navigate their academic careers. The Intersection provides access and linkages to research, people, information, and services.
The Academic Success Center (ASC) provides drop-in tutoring services in the Tutoring Center on the 2nd floor of Lied Library. See Tutoring Hours for details.
UNLV's Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) ensures compliance with both SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) and federal law, so that the university can continue to be authorized by the U.S. federal government to:
Resources available include:
The UNLV Immigration Clinic marries the Boyd School of Law's commitment to community service with our students' desire to learn by doing. We offer law students real world experience practicing immigration law, we provide free legal services to members of the campus community, and we defend adults in detention and unaccompanied children against deportation.
Contact: (702) 895-2080
Taking care of your student is what we pride ourselves in. We know that dining away from home may be a new adventure for your student and we're here to make it a seamless and enjoyable transition. Ensure your student is prepared by signing up for a meal plan!
Your appetite will meet its match at our dining locations, which serve only the best in variety and value.
Due to ongoing supply chain disruptions requiring ingredient substitutions, allergen and ingredient information on menu boards, recipe cards, and website may not be current. If you or someone in your party has a food allergy, please contact a food service manager, chef or dietitian on site.
If you would like more information, have questions about Meal Plans, or need help with anything involving on-campus dining, please contact the UNLV Dining team.