Student and Educational Resources

We love education and know the importance of a quality education on our communities. Children and even professionals who seek out post-secondary education at a college level deserve our support. We also support teachers and others who work hard for our students in these trying times, but much more needs to be done in order to ensure that education is not just restricted to those that are extremely wealthy. Everyone, regardless of economic background or even family background, should have access to a quality education without the fear of crippling debt after completing their education. We hope that we can provide a means of helping all those that need that support through these resources while we work towards that society.

Student and Educational Resources

  • Student Support Organizations
  • Resources for K-12 Professionals
  • Resources for Students/Parents

  • Career Guides for Students

  • Student Study Applications

Student Support Organizations

Asian, Pacific Islander, and Middle Eastern (APIME)

The Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern (APIME) & International Program Coordinator serves UNLV's APIME and international student communities. They are responsible for creating programs, facilitating student workshops, and providing resources with the goal of affirming, educating, and empowering students.

Resources for K-12 Professionals

Resources for Students/Parents

College Students

Caregiver and Parent Student Resources

K-12 Students and Parents

Student Study Applications

Taking Notes

There are many ways to take notes. Here are some of our favorite ways.

Important Terms

Subscription = Means that you must pay a monthly or yearly fee to subscribe to the application in order to use it.

Billed Monthly = This is the cost for a monthly subscription, so every month on the same day you signed up you will be charged this amount to continue using the application for another month. If you stop paying or cancel, then usually you will have access to the application features until the end of that billing cycle.

Billed Annually (Yearly) = Some applications give you the option to pay for a year of using the application and charge that year upfront for one flat fee. Then the next year you have the option to pay for another year of services or cancel where then you lose access to the application. 

Free with limited features = Some applications will allow you to create an account and you can keep using services without paying, but you will be limited in the features (ie highlighting, number of accounts you can have, making sub-folders, etc) that you can use with the application. Now this option isn't bad at all if you know exactly what you need the application for and maybe you don't plan on actually using it to save work (ie store your files long-term). 

Please Check out this resource that goes in-depth on subscriptions: Subscription Service Key Words

Notion - Free and Subscription Options

Milanote - Free up to a certain amount of storage then subscription fee

Goodnotes (Just for Mac Users)


Kindle Application - Free to Download; Must purchase ebooks separately on amazon website

Readwise - Free Trial then Paid Subscription


Google Calendar

iCal (Mac Users)