Leadership programs serve the UNLV community by offering a wide range of leadership education, development, and training opportunities designed to complement your academic experiences.
Explore our pages to find the type of involvement that's right for you. Whether you attend a three-day intensive retreat, an hour-long program, or join a peer leadership team, our goal is to better prepare you for life after college while ensuring that your time on campus is both fun and meaningful.
Leadership Training/LEAD Team Request
Are you looking for a great way to improve your organization? Contact the LEAD Team. LEAD Team is a group of ten UNLV students who offer free leadership trainings for student organizations and departments on campus. They’d be happy to create a leadership program for you!
Leadership Education and Development Team
The LEAD Team is a group of self-motivated students with a solid understanding of leadership theory and skills with a desire to help educate other emerging student leaders. Members generally have experience in other UNLV student clubs and organizations. This peer education team not only serves as facilitators for requested on-campus leadership trainings, but also plans monthly programming around leadership related themes. LEAD Team can also be individually contacted for leadership consulting and training for UNLV organizations, councils, and/or chapters.
UNLV Leadership Summit
The UNLV Leadership Summit is a 3 day leadership retreat that challenges students to develop a deeper understanding of their personal leadership identities as they learn about their role as engaged citizens.
Cultural Leadership Retreat
The retreat is a three-day, two-night weekend with interactive workshops where individuals explore cultural identity, share experiences, and discuss the meaning of leadership within the context of a diverse society.
Global Leadership Retreat
The Global Leadership Retreat is a three-day, two-night weekend experience where students are invited to explore their leadership identity in a global context. Through dialogue with peers and interactive workshops students will gain a deeper understanding of how to be effective leaders in an ever-globalizing society.
Leadership and Civic Engagement Minor
The Leadership and Civic Engagement Minor is available to undergraduate students who are interested in developing their skills as a leader in their field of study or as a student leader within the university community. These courses provide additional educational opportunities which supplement degree programs to support the growth of civically engaged leaders needed in the global community. Check here to find out what courses are coming up!
Leadership Project House
The Leadership Project House is a first-year experience floor in the Tonopah Complex for students who want to make a difference on and off campus. Students living on this floor attend a leadership retreat, interact with campus and community leaders, engage in hands-on leadership development, and are required to enroll in the spring "Introduction to Leadership" class.
Membership in a Greek organization fosters leadership, academic achievement, career development, community service, and good citizenship. It also provides you with lifelong friendships and memories.
The Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA)
The Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA) promotes and represents the interests of graduate students at UNLV. We provide all graduate students taking six or more credits a quiet place to study (the Graduate Lounge, located on the third floor of the Lied Library, Room 3251) and research and travel grants to support academic endeavors. Additionally, we host monthly socials, run monthly community service campaigns, and are active on university committees.
Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (CSUN)
Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas (CSUN) is committed to the proper allocation of student funds and resources in an effort to constantly improve and enhance the undergraduate student experience, no matter their focus or discipline. With a budget of more than $1.2 million dollars annually, CSUN provides numerous resources in advocacy, scholarship and programming areas. The self-governing body is made up of undergraduate students who operate according to the CSUN constitution, statutes and bylaws set forth by the CSUN senate and the Board of Regents.
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