Future Rebels Designed Their Own RebelCards

  OIT News  |     |  By Nicole Johnson
Child getting photo taken

Sixty elementary school students were issued Future RebelCards as part of the Early Outreach Day Camp on Oct. 9. The children were able to design their own campus ID cards with help from RebelCard Office staff.

“What is College?” was this Early Outreach Day Camp’s theme. Campers explored their ideas of college and interest in attending UNLV, according to the Early Outreach site.

During the camp, students also toured on-campus housing, played international games, participated in a fitness class at the Student Recreation & Wellness Center, and ate lunch at the UNLV Dining Commons.

This is the first time the RebelCard Office has been a part of Early Outreach events. Staff plan to get involved in future tours that show elementary, middle, and high schoolers campus life at UNLV.