NV Energy Foundation Provides $550,000 to Support Scholarships, Workforce Readiness & Student Emergency Fund
The NV Energy Foundation has announced a change in the designation of a gift to the College of Southern Nevada Foundation that will provide hundreds of scholarships and assistance to meet the immediate needs of CSN High School and college students.
The College of Southern Nevada and the City of Las Vegas will create a new Education and Training Center in Historic West Las Vegas to help train unemployed and under- employed residents who have not had viable pathways to careers with family-sustainable wages.
The College of Southern Nevada will be the first NSHE Institution to distribute free laptops to all full-time, first-time in college students beginning today. Times and locations are listed below, and members of the media are invited to attend.
The College of Southern Nevada is launching “Weekend College” in the spring 2021 semester to help get our community back to work.
In only its second year, the College of Southern Nevada’s official mariachi group bested competition from across the country this weekend at the 26th Annual Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza National Vocal Competition.
College of Southern Nevada President Dr. Federico Zaragoza has been appointed to the national governing board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities — a first for a college or university president from Nevada.
It’s time to apply and enroll at the College of Southern Nevada for the spring 2021 semester. Classes start January 19.
The College of Southern Nevada will unveil a new partnership with Workforce Connections to open the first of four Employ NV Career Hubs on the college’s largest campus.
The College of Southern Nevada is urging this year’s high school seniors to apply for the Nevada Promise Scholarship before the October 31 deadline. It could mean an almost tuition-free college degree.
The College of Southern Nevada is pleased to announce a new partnership with Dream Big Nevada and the Immigrant Home Foundation (IHF) to provide free English as a Second Language classes in locations throughout the community.
CSN is offering two programs to help southern Nevadans prepare for careers in the most in-demand local occupation: software development. The new coding bootcamps will be powered by Promineo Tech, an innovative provider of tech education which aims to make coding education more affordable and accessible. The courses will cover Back End and Front End Software Development
The College of Southern Nevada is launching a new program designed to help students overcome one of the biggest hurdles in college: Math.
CSN President Dr. Federico Zaragoza Delivers Historic State of the College Address, Welcomes Faculty & Staff to Fall 2020 Semester
CSN’s annual Convocation and Welcome Back celebration is scheduled to kick off Monday morning with the President’s State of the College address in an entirely virtual environment for the first time in history.
The College of Southern Nevada and the CSN Foundation are pleased to announce that nearly $600,000 has been raised to provide scholarships to CSN students.
In the ongoing effort to help the community, future laboratory scientists at the College of Southern Nevada are lending their skills to the fight against COVID-19 by preparing specimen collection kits for front-line public health officials.