Dear CSN Family,
As I communicated last week, CSN has responded to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s Stay at Home 2.0 plan by suspending all but essential on-campus operations through at least November 30. We have all been watching and reading the news surrounding COVID-19, and it is not good. New cases, hospitalizations and fatalities remain on the rise in Nevada, and we must all do our part to help contain the pandemic.
At CSN, this means we must reconsider how we deliver all of our services, from academics and student support to childcare and community services. Below you will find a list of services and facilities that have been impacted by our altered semester plan. For full details, please see our Coronavirus web page.
|Academics||A select few hands-on courses will remain on campus. Instructors will communicate directly with students.|
|Bookstores||Closed. Online services will continue.|
|Coyote Cupboards||Open by appointment only.|
|Computer Labs||Open 9 am to 6 pm.|
|Dental Faculty Practice||Open based on appointments.|
|Delivery Services||Mail continues; courier services between campuses suspended.|
|Facilities||Buildings will not be locked down.|
|Food Service||Starbucks locations are closed.|
|Libraries||Services available remotely.|
|Performing Arts Center||Closed.|
|Student Services||A select few critical back office and time-sensitive services will remain available. Remote services are available for direct student support.|
As noted above, full details are available on our Coronavirus web page.
We will continue following guidelines and directives from local, state and national health experts as we all navigate this crisis together. We recognize that these are challenging times, but please know that the health and safety of all students, faculty, staff, visitors and the community is our paramount priority.
As we adapt to the changing environment and new information, we will be sure to update you prior to November 30 about our plans going forward.
Stay safe and God bless.
College of Southern Nevada