University of Nevada Las Vegas
University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), the largest university in Nevada, is home to over 28,000 students. The university offers over 220 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degrees. The University of Nevada Las Vegas also features a law, medical and dental school, and the William F. Harrah School of Hotel Management. UNLV is also known for its award-winning Division I sports programs.
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UNLV Research & Graduate Programs -
The University of Nevada Las Vegas Division of Research & Graduate Studies solidified UNLV's reputation as a nationally recognized research institution. UNLV is categorized as Research University by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The University of Nevada Las Vegas has research programs that range from environmental-related issues to medical to
UNLV Sports & Recreation -
UNLV sports teams compete at the Division I level. Known as the Rebels, UNLV attracts sell-out crowds at most games, especially football and basketball. Thomas & Mack Center is the home venue for UNLV men's basketball and volleyball. Women take to the court at Cox Pavilion. Sam Boyd Stadium is the home turf for UNLV Rebels football. UNLV also offers extensive choices for intramural sports, outdoor adventure, and personal fitness.
UNLV Performing Arts Center -
The UNLV Performing Arts Center offers sophisticated programming open to the public. A division of UNLV's School of Fine Arts, the Center fosters the intellect and spirit of dancers and musicians. In addition to dance and music performances, the Performing Arts Center offers a diverse calendar of events, including the thought-provoking Barrick Lecture Series that has welcomed such speakers as former South Africa president F.W. de Klerk, Bob Dole, Mikhail Gorbachev, and news anchor Campbell Brown.