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With a focus on student safety and well-being, this guide is designed to provide general information and links to resources about anti-oppression and related topics such as diversity, inclusion, and social justice for the UNLV academic community. Intended to be non-partisan, many resources offered here are for everyone regardless of political affiliation or viewpoint. In some cases, resources and links related to issues and specific policies proposed by elected officials are part of this guide as these issues and proposed policies directly impact professional and personal lives of members of our community, such as immigrants or people of color.
We would like to offer our appreciation to the following individuals who contributed to the development of this guide.
This guide seeks to serve as a starting point and is not meant to be exhaustive. It is our goal to continue its development in response to evolving needs of the community. We welcome suggestions from all members of the UNLV academic community.
If you have feedback about this guide or would like to suggest additional resources, please contact Sue Wainscott, Engineering Librarian
NSHE Virtual DACA Town Hall with Chancellor Reilly .The Nevada System of Higher Education held a town hall with Chancellor Reilly at 4 p.m., Tuesday, April 28, 2020 to discuss concerns around the uncertainty of the Supreme Court DACA decision and its impacts on immigrant students and staff. Information about this event can be found on this webpage.
"Roots & Resilience: Healing for Undocumented Communities
The Undocumented Student Program and Student Diversity & Social Justice (SDSJ) will be hosting a healing workshop at noon on Friday, May 1, 2020 with information about immigration-related stress, as well as supportive resources and strategies for coping. Learn more and join the conversation through SDSJ’s Instagram account (@unlvsdsj)."
UNLV's office of Student Diversity and Social Justice provides this help guide (a Google document) with information about changing your name in MyUNLV and GMail (RebelMail). It also provides a sample template for students to send to course instructors about your name and gender pronouns.