Student Technology Conference

June 13 – 16, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV

Pre-Arrival Information

Greetings from Las Vegas:

In preparation for your arrival we wanted to send along some important information.

  • Directions from the Airport to On-Campus Housing in Tonopah Hall:
  • STC Registration Desk:
    • The desk will be located on the second floor (by the session rooms) of the Student Union during the conference.
  • Parking:
    • If you prepaid for parking you can pick up your parking permit during registration:
      • Tonopah Hall – Summer Conference Housing Desk
      • Student Union – STC Registration Desk
    • If you need a parking permit, the STC Registration Desk will assist you with getting one.
    • Parking Passes allow you to park in spaces marked Student only.
    • Please look out for the STC parking signs that will be by the lots.
    • Here is a map of parking around the SU and Tonopah Complex:
  • Recreation Center:
    • If you are interested in using the UNLV Student Recreation and Wellness Center, day passes can be purchased from at the SRWC¬†Front Desk.
    • The Conference Housing Front Desk can assist with directions to the building.
    • It is $10.00 per day for a pass. Please click on the following link to see what amenities that are offered in the building.
  • Conference Schedule:
  • Alcoholic Beverages:
    • Alcoholic beverages are not allowed in lobbies, study lounges, or public locations on campus.
    • Las Vegas open container law only applies to the “The Strip”.
    • No alcoholic beverages may be stored in the snack room refrigerator.
  • Contact Number:
  • I have included a contact number for the host committee below if need assistance.
  • Host Committee On-Call Number:702-430-9873

Lastly, today’s current temperature is over 100 degrees. The forecast for next week is low 100’s. Please make sure to drink plenty of water and wear sunscreen while you are here. Water bottles will be provide at registration or in your on-campus room. If you are feeling ill while out in the sun, please let one of the host committee know immediately. Heat Exhaustion and Sunstroke are real concerns once the temperatures in Las Vegas rise above 100 degrees, and in an arid climate it is very easy to become dehydrated even if you are indoors all day.

Safe Travels,

Vicky and Jonathan
2016 STC Host Committee Co – Chairs