Welcome from Dr. Sonya Pearson, Ph.D., J.D.
Dear CSN Community:
This past year we faced many challenges with uncertainty; and while we experienced loss, we were able to work together to support and serve our students, community, and partners. With demonstrated resiliency, we were able to offer financial relief to students in need, utilize creativity and innovation to offer remote services, build new alliances and partnerships, and celebrate our largest graduating class with over three thousand students. Kudos to the CSN family for achieving in such insurmountable odds!
While the unknown is yet before us, we have taken the time to plan and prepare for your safe return to campus. We have set our student services and campus classrooms as high priority to ensure the safety of all, as we continue our collaboration with the Nevada Health District. We will be embarking on a campus beautification project that will enhance the vibrancy of CSN and the West Charleston campus. Lastly, we are continuing to move forward with our multicampus migration and working collaboratively as we support our students, staff, faculty, and community stakeholders. We will continue to uphold our legacy of excellence and commitment to servant leadership by embracing diversity and celebrating 50 years of service to our community, all while seeking new opportunities for collaborative partnerships. For those of you that are new to the Charleston Campus, I want to inform you that we provide one of three, one-stop resource centers located in the Student Union that can assist you with both your personal and professional needs. Whether your goal is to enhance job skills, earn a 2-year degree, or complete courses to transfer to a 4-year institution, we are ready to assist with scheduling (including day, evening, and online classes) to make achieving your college goals attainable.
As Campus Vice President, I welcome each of you back and encourage you to make the most of your time by taking advantage of all the wonderful opportunities and services available to you. Please know that we welcome your feedback. If you have ideas or suggestions to make our campus an even better place, then please visit the following link at the West Charleston Campus Feedback Survey. Again, welcome to CSN Charleston campus; where we are CSN strong and where we “empower our students and communities to achieve, succeed, and prosper!”
Dr. Sonya Pearson
Campus Vice President
Commitment to Diversity
The College of Southern Nevada strives to place diversity as an overarching principle and accreditation theme that impact every area of our institution. Moreover, we make it a priority to continually plan and establish CSN's identity, ensuring it remains consistent with our values as a whole. For more information, visit www.csn.edu/inclusive.
This is an exciting transition for the College of Southern Nevada. As we continue efforts to implement the multi-campus model of your support and collaboration is important and greatly appreciated.
The Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training (SNAPET) is a new partnership with the Nevada Department of Welfare and Supportive Services that can assist under-resourced students in acquiring skills and education. Administered by the Department of Counseling and Retention Services, counselors assist SNAPET participants with academic, career, enrollment, and referral assistance.
Students who are currently receiving SNAPET benefits or who may be interested in learning more about the SNAPET program and other resources offered through Counseling and Retention Services should Contact Us.
The objective of the Associated Students of the College of Southern Nevada (ASCSN) shall be to cultivate the academic and social success of students, advocate on behalf of the student body to campus administration, involve students in upholding the mission and values of the College of Southern Nevada (CSN), and to develop a flourishing community within a vibrant and inclusive campus life.
Let us know how we are doing! Please take a few minutes to fill out our campus feedback survey below, or email us at any time.
Switchboard Telephone: 702-651-5000
Information Desk/Switchboard Hours:
Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Additional Campus Information
The Charleston Campus houses the President's Office, executive administration, the CSN Foundation, and human resources. Services on campus range from the Veterans Education & Transition Center, Dental Faculty Practice, and Mojave Mental Health Services to the international student center, center for academic success, and online learning. Health programs advising is also housed on this campus alongside popular programs such as dental hygiene, cardio-respiratory sciences, and nursing. This campus is also home to Nevada public radio station, KNPR. Solar panel arrays on many of the buildings at this campus showcase CSN’s commitment to green initiatives.
To learn more about the College of Southern Nevada, please visit About Us.