Commemorating Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month: A focus on immigration, tenacity and ethnic/racial identities
University Diversity & Inclusion Officer Eloisa Gordon-Mora, Ph.D. discusses the importance of Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month and related events happening over the next month
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Diversity and inclusion resources across the University
The Multicultural Center
The Multicultural Center provides programs and services that support the academic and social success for all students at the University of Nevada through advisement, leadership development, counseling, student organizations, outreach and intercultural programming.
The mission of Counseling Services is to provide psychological services to University of Nevada, Reno students to support and facilitate their personal and academic success and development.
Equal Opportunity and Title IX
The Equal Opportunity and Title IX office is here to ensure that you have the right to an education and to work and advance in employment on the basis of merit, ability, and potential without fear of discrimination.
The Veteran Services Office is your liaison to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for veteran and veteran-related education benefits.
From around the campus
Multicultural Center Welcome event takes a look back at the importance, legacy of this pivotal campus space
President Brian Sandoval talks about Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month and the University's continued progress toward becoming a Hispanic Serving Institution
Matt Little builds upon the Bonner Leadership Program to be more supportive of marginalized communities
The William A. Douglass Center for Basque Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno celebrated the donation and relocation to campus of noted statue on Basque Diaspora Day
We acknowledge that the University of Nevada, Reno is situated on the traditional homelands of the Numu (Northern Paiute), Wašiw (Washoe), Newe (Western Shoshone), Nuwu (Southern Paiute) peoples. These lands continue to be a gathering place for Indigenous Peoples and we recognize their deep connections to these places. We extend our appreciation for the opportunity to live and learn on their territory.