One of the better-planned buildings at UNLV in terms of its siting and interaction with surrounding buildings, the student services complex reaches out toward campus with a two-story, barrel-vaulted entry. The warm tones of the stucco and stone walls are those of the desert environment. The cylindrical tower, rising over the central lobby and ending in a clerestory, opens up the interior space and serves as an anchor for two long wings that accommodate offices for student services and a center for advising, tutoring, and testing. The complex also contains the Jean Nidetch Women's Center.
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Donald W. Reynolds Student Services Complex
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