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COVID-19 Update

Dear CSN Family, Today, the Nevada State Board of Health voted to require COVID-19 vaccinations for all Nevada college students who wish to register for Spring 2022 classes, with a few, limited exceptions. This includes CSN students. Details on the … Continue reading

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Statement from NSHE Chancellor Dr. Melody Rose on COVID-19 Protocols

Dear CSN Family, Attached please see the latest letter from NSHE Chancellor Dr. Melody Rose regarding COVID-19 protocol updates for NSHE institutions. The letter provides guidance to ensure consistency amongst all of the NSHE institutions regarding COVID-19 protocols and has … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Update

Dear CSN Family, This is another quick update on our work with the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) and with State of Nevada departments regarding recent developments with the implementation of the requirements of employee vaccinations and/or testing. Please … Continue reading

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State Board of Health to Consider Vaccine Requirement

Dear CSN Family, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has announced that the state Board of Health will consider mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for all Nevada System of Higher Education students at its September 3 meeting. As you know, the COVID-19 landscape continues … Continue reading

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Additional Questions from 7/29/21 Town Hall

Additional questions from July 29, 2021 President’s Town Hall that panelists did not get to answer before the town hall ended.  Will employees be allowed to telecommute if they must quarantine? Employees will be able to work virtually if an … Continue reading

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New COVID-19 Face Covering Requirements for NSHE Institutions July 27, 2021

Dear CSN Family, The state of Nevada, including the Nevada System of Higher Education and CSN, will adopt the latest CDC guidelines and reinstitute the state’s mask mandate effective at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 30, due to rising positive COVID-19 … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Update Regarding Face Coverings

Dear CSN Family, Today we want to share with you some very important updates regarding the COVID-19 environment in Clark County and at CSN. On Tuesday, July 20, the Clark County Board of Commissioners met to address the increasing positivity … Continue reading

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Statement on DACA Ruling

Dear CSN Family,  Today, I join with the White House, NSHE Chancellor Dr. Melody Rose, the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, the Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education, the President’s Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration and countless others in expressing our concern over a recent federal court ruling regarding … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day

Dear CSN Family, As we celebrate our nation’s freedom and independence today, I encourage you to reflect on the heroic efforts of our CSN alumni and graduates who are amongst front-line health professionals and first responders who have put themselves … Continue reading

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James McCoy Named VPAA

Dear CSN Family, I am pleased to announce that James McCoy has accepted the position of Vice President of Academic Affairs after a national search. Mr. McCoy has been serving as interim VPAA since November 2020, and joined CSN in … Continue reading

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