The chancellor’s proposed funding formula, discussed in this morning’s Review-Journal in an article by Richard Lake, is a good start to creating a transparent and equitable way to distribute state support to our colleges and universities.
CSN students have historically been funded at substandard levels compared to their peers at other community colleges. We are gratified that [...]
Three major policy/protocol changes have been announced that may impact student enrollment for fall 2012 semester classes. I would ask that all faculty and staff understand these changes so that we may all work to help students experience a smooth enrollment process and a successful fall semester. [...]
Early registration begins May 1 and the payment due date for students who register early for fall 2012 classes is June 1. Payment or payment arrangements (whether paying out of pocket or with financial aid) must be made by this deadline or students’ enrollment may be canceled. Registration re-opens for all students on June 4, after which time payment is due at 11:59 p.m. on the day of registration.
The use of this “rolling” enrollment cancellation process will help ensure CSN does not shutdown the entire registration system for all NSHE institutions as we did last fall.
The following steps will help students protect their enrollment from cancelation:
· Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form before May 30;
· Pay the balance due before 11:59 p.m. on June 1; or
· Sign up for a payment plan online via MyCSN and pay the minimum amount due by 11:59 p.m. on June 1, (or do so in person at a campus cashier’s office during regular business hours). [...]
I’m pleased to report on several actions at the meeting of the Board of Regents on March 1-2 held here at CSN.
First, the Regents voted to bestow the Nevada Regents’ Academic Advisor Award for Community Colleges to CSN Counselor Jana Wolf. She has been an invaluable resource and students constantly ask for her by name. [...]
The CSN Chronicle
Much is happening at CSN, and this extended Chronicle summarizes many activities, events, and news items about the college. Because the new funding formula for higher education in Nevada requires so much time and attention, there is a FAQ addressing many common questions about it. In addition, there is much more information [...]