Friday, February 12, 2016

Around CSN


Around CSN 

Being a student at CSN is an experience that culminates with the conjoining of the academic and social environment. We encourage you to challenge yourself academically, find out what you enjoy, who you like to socialize with, and your purpose.

Get involved in organizations and events that support your talents and passions. Students are our first priority and we want your college experience to be memorable.





Clubs and Organizations

The Department of Student Life and Leadership Development consists of staff members that serves as advisors, mentors and facilitators to student leaders and members of more than 30 clubs and organizations. From this site, you will be able to search for student groups and intramural sports programs.

Clubs and Organizations

Honors Program

The Honors Program gives you a choice to choose and create academic experiences. With smaller class sizes, in-depth learning, and a personal faculty advisor, honor classes offer you the chance to be intellectually challenged. In addition, students are offered the chance to travel, embrace new cultures, and participate with honor students from other schools.

 CSN Honors Students

Intercollegiate Athletics

Currently, CSN offers two intercollegiate sports - Men's Baseball and Women's Fast-Pitch Softball. We are members of the Scenic West Athletic Conference and a Division I member of the National Junior College Athletic Association. View our honors including a national championship.

 CSN Coyotes Baseball and Softball

Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of two-year colleges. It is the largest honor society in American higher education, which promotes scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship among its members as well as the community.
 Phi Theta Kappa

Student Government

Student Government is the "student voice" to CSN administration, representing students on campus policies and issues. You can get involved with SG by assisting them or holding office. Whatever your level of involvement, it is important for all students to stay informed of SG issues.

 Student Government (Associated Students of the College of Southern Nevada)