Student Life Services
Led by Associate Vice President Romando A. Nash, Student Life Services supports the student and campus experience through programs ranging from residential life to cultural diversity and is committed to developing and maintaining a healthy learning environment for all students at the University. The Office of the Associate Vice President for Student Life Services assists with emergency situations involving students, and assists in maintaining compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act.
To reach Student Life Services please call (775) 784-1471 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Associate Vice President
Romando A. Nash, J.D., was appointed Associate Vice President for Student Life Services in June 2019. As the AVP for Student Life Services he provides leadership for the Student Life Services portfolio which includes the following functional areas: Dean of Students, Student Conduct, Fraternity and Sorority Life, New Student Initiatives, Career Studio, Residential Life, Housing & Food Services, Joe Crowley Student Union, Student Persistence Research, Associated Students of the University of Nevada, ASUN Nevada Wolf Shop Store, Center for Student Engagement, Fitness and Recreational Sports, Counseling Services, and The Center. Every Student. Every Story.
Prior to his position at the University, Nash served as the Associate Vice President for Student Services at San Jose State University; Associate Dean of Student Affairs/Executive Director for Residential Education at the University of Southern California; and held Senior Housing Officer and multicultural affairs positions at Loyola University Chicago, Seattle University, and Santa Clara University.
Romando stays active and holds leadership positions in several professional associations and has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses on Legal Issues in Higher Education. His involvement within NASPA and other professional organizations has been extensive with him having served in various capacities at both the regional and national level. Of particular note is his service on the NASPA NUFP Advisory Board, NASPA AVP Steering Committee, ACUHO-I Levels of Engagement Taskforce, and as a member of the inaugural cohort of the NASPA SERVE Academy. He has presented numerous keynotes and workshops. His ongoing research focuses on organizational change, organizational structure and congruence, multi-culturally competent leadership, training and development, first generation college students' mentorship and retention. Nash received his J.D. from Santa Clara University, his master's degree at Santa Clara University in Counseling and his B.A. degree from Notre Dame de Namur University in Political Science and History.