Organizations Directory

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`Ewalu Club (Ewalu)

The `Ewalu Club (Hawai`i) is a social organization that was formed in 2010 to bring the Las Vegas Hawaiian student and community populations together. We educate our members about Hawai`i culture and traditions, as well as Polynesian style dancing.


Introduce students to skydiving and offer members an opportunity to skydive.


8-Bit focuses on the competitive aspect of video game culture. We will periodically hold various E-Sports tournaments on campus, as well as events centered around retro gaming.


An engorged blending of philosophy, sociology and creative analyses, Acéphale provides a respite for one's darker artistic impulses. With emphasis on Nietzsche, Existential art and erotic poetry, we decree a discursive dialogue of debauched dissent

African American Student Association Theatre/Film (AASA Theatre/Film)

The AASATF is dedicated to promoting positive awareness about African American and minority history and accomplishments, specifically in theater and film. We provide free programs and performances that will educate and connect all backgrounds.

African Students Association (ASA)

The purpose of this organization is to create and encourage relationships among African students at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas as well as the community; and educate members and the community about African culture and traditions.


AGOMS Campus Ministry is the official presence of The United Methodist Church on the UNLV. We welcome all who seek to love God and participate in an open and supportive community based on the life of Jesus Christ.We especially invite all of students.


Student branch of AIGA on the UNLV campus.

Alive UNLV (Alive)

The Purpose of Alive UNLV is to know Jesus Christ and to make Him known in our college, in our city, and in our world.

All Nations Native Organization (ANNO)

All Nations Native Organization seeks to promote a better understanding of Native American / First Nations students among the general population of students at this school, to use our resources and talents to promote good will and fellowship.

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