Online Classes Affect Faculty and Students

By Cristian Herrera College of Southern Nevada took courses online in the spring due to COVID-19 and continued that path through fall term. The change to online education affected faculty and students in many ways. Even though most courses fall 2020 are offered online there are still COVID cases popping up on the College’s campuses. […]

Coding Courses

By Ashley Ciciliano Online coding bootcamps are now taught at College of Southern Nevada to prepare Las Vegas valley residents, including students, to work in computer programming. Two courses, lasting18 weeks each, cover how to write software like websites or applications. CSN’s Division of Workforce and Economic Development partnered with Promineo Tech, a coding education […]

Save Thousands on Bachelor’s Programs in Western States

By Nicolas Quitano Graduates from College of Southern Nevada readying for next steps are looking for the best colleges they can afford. Some consider in-state options at University of Nevada, Las Vegas and University of Nevada, Reno though others look to attend schools out-of-state. To make it more affordable students can apply to Western Undergraduate […]

Growing Up Can Be Hard to Do

By Daniel Ramirez Adulting 101 seminars are offered at College of Southern Nevada to help students grow. Taxes, bills, savings and relationships are part of becoming an adult. These things can be stressful on top of attending classes, doing homework and going to work. The Adulting 101 free sessions are held at Charleston and North […]

New $70 Million Building Slated for Nursing Students

By Kenny Jimison Demand in high for hiring registered nurses. College of Southern Nevada works to meet that need by seeking $70.7 million from the State to build a new nursing health and sciences building. In March CSN lobbied the State Legislature for funds to build classrooms, laboratories and a simulation center in a new […]

Spring Break Aligns with CCSD’s Time Off

By Lakeya Joyner Spring break is next week for College of Southern Nevada. The date is falling later in the term compared to other colleges and universities but this benefits students with children. Some students seek out warm weather, beaches and pool parties as they plan their week off from school. Others plan to take […]

Government Shutdown, Students Struggled to Pay Tuition

By Sydney Orpano Tuition was postponed for College of Southern Nevada students affected by the recent partial government shutdown. The U.S. federal government shutdown Dec. 22 till Jan. 25 was the longest shutdown in the country’s history. The shutdown was solely based on President Donald Trump’s demand for funding to build the wall at the […]

Students Taking Online Courses Tend to Perform Less

By Kenny Jimison Students perform worse in online classes than in on-campus classes. According to recent data collected at College of Southern Nevada, School of Arts and Letters Interim Dean Lester Tanaka said enrollment in online courses is up 18 percent compared to five year ago. That is no surprise in this high-tech environment where […]

Meta-Majors Get Students on Track

By Jordy Acevedo Meta-majors provide global areas of study for students to pick from that will help them graduate sooner. New program launches at College of Southern Nevada March 1. Rosalyn Jimenez, CSN recruiter and former academic advisor, explains, “Imagine yourself as an exiting senior in high school and it’s time to apply for college […]

Red Carpet Reporter Workshop Helps Aspiring Journalists

By Usiel Teran Red Carpet Reporter Workshop hosted by actress and journalist JJ Snyder helped students learn the ropes of how to interview celebrities at major events. The Workshop was a two-hour session held on Nov. 9 at College of Southern Nevada’s Charleston campus with attendance of approximately a dozen journalism students aspiring to learn […]