About Las Vegas
The College of Southern Nevada (CSN) serves a fast-growing community with a population of over 2 million people. The college is situated on eight campuses in Southern Nevada amid abundant sunshine, light rainfall and a generally arid climate.
The region offers an abundance of cultural and outdoor recreation activities such as:
- Las Vegas - Clark County Library District
- The Smith Center of Performing Arts
- Hiking & Rock-climbing
- Boating & Water Skiing
Southern Nevada is home to numerous parks and recreation spaces including some of the most scenic natural attractions in the country. Additional points of interest are within just a few hours’ drive from the Las Vegas in Arizona, California and Utah.
- Red Rock Canyon - Las Vegas
- Mt. Charleston Recreation Area
- Zion National Park
- Lake Mojave
- Death Valley National Monument
- Grand Canyon
View a timeline of the City of Las Vegas.