UNLV is nearing completion on its $59 million, 93,500-square foot Hospitality Hall. The massive investment is partially permitted as a result of several Las Vegas Strip casino resorts, that may someday gain from the college’s prestigious hospitality training program’s graduates.
UNLV’s Hospitality Hall is anticipated to open fall that is next giving future Vegas casino and resort workers a fresh home for learning.
The William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration received $24.4 million from the Nevada government in 2015 to build a brand new house for its nation-leading hospitality program. But without several of Vegas’ many well-known video gaming companies and entrepreneurs, the project wouldn’t have been possible.
To bridge the gap between hawaii’s commitment and UNLV’s $59 million vision, Caesars, Las Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts, Boyd Gaming, Station Casinos, and Konami Gaming all donated at minimum $2.5 million become considered a Hospitality Hall ‘Founder.’ In addition, the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott and Engelstad Family foundations also gave $2.5 million each.
Hospitality Hall, located just steps through the Vegas Strip in the UNLV campus, will give you the resources for students to learn firsthand the fast-paced world of hospitality. The building is the main home for 2,500 students enrolled in the college.
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