Public Comment for the Investment Committee Meeting on September 30

The September 30, 2022, meeting of the Investment Committee will be held at the Las Vegas System Administration Building, Board Room, at 4300 South Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, Nevada. A video conference connection will be made from the meeting site to the Reno System Administration Building, Conference Room, at 2601 Enterprise Road, Reno, Nevada, and to Great Basin College, Berg Hall Conference Room, at 1500 College Parkway, Elko, Nevada. In the event the video conference connection is not functioning, a teleconference connection will be made available.

Members of the Board and/or the public may attend the meeting and provide testimony or public comment at these sites. Public comment may also be submitted via our online public comment form or voicemail (702-800-4705 or 775-300-7661). Written comments will no longer be read into the record and voicemails will not be played for broadcast, but both will be included in the permanent meeting record.

Fall Career Fair inside the Student Union at UNLV

NSHE Spotlight

NSHE COVID-19 Information Center

Ensuring that all NSHE students, faculty, employees, and visitors of any of NSHE’s eight institutions receive the best available information and practices regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19)

AB 450 / Community College Workforce Training and Programs Committee

The Community College Workforce Training and Programs Committee brings together key stakeholders from higher education and business leaders to learn how to better prepare Nevadans for the jobs of the future.

Sexual Misconduct Task Force

Created and passed into law through the signing of SB 347, the Task Force is made up of varying members of NSHE’s institutions, including representatives from NSHE’s universities and colleges, students, victim advocates, and researchers.

DACA & Undocumented Students

NSHE and its eight institutions remain committed to DACA and our colleagues throughout the country in urging Congress to find a permanent solution to maintain the residency status of DACA students.

NSHE by the Numbers

Fall 2021 Enrollment
Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded (2020-21)
2021 Graduation Rates 4yr Institutions
Associate Degrees Awarded (2020-21)
2021 Graduation Rates 2yr Institutions

The Nevada System of Higher Education, comprised of two doctoral-granting universities, a state college, four comprehensive community colleges and one environmental research institute, serves the educational and job training needs of Nevada.

NSHE provides educational opportunities to more than 107,600 students and is governed by the Nevada Board of Regents.