We are Coyotes. We are Proud. We are True Blue!
As a College of Southern Nevada Coyote, you are a part of a pack of loyal coyotes that exemplify the TRUE BLUE spirit through their Bold Leadership and Unmatched Excellence. Here at CSN, you will have many opportunities to engage socially, recreationally and academically. We encourage you to get involved and stay engaged! It is proven that students that get involved are more successful both inside and outside the classroom.
Through Campus Life events, you can connect with peers, engage in lively discussions and grow as an individual! Thank you for allowing Campus Life to join you on this journey. We can't wait to partner with you as you strive to reach your goals and together we will build some amazing memories along the way.
Mission, Vision, and Values
Campus Life strives to model our practices according to the principles below.
Our Mission - It is the mission of Campus Life "to foster a sense of belonging and affinity to CSN through campus and community involvement." We want you to know you belong here and through our events, we hope to create spaces for you to find a community to connect with.
Our Vision - "Campus Life champions student and employee success by fostering a culture of collaboration and innovation through transformational programming."
Our Values - In Campus Life we value:
- Student Development
- Inclusion and Diversity
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The College of Southern Nevada Coyote Cupboard is a free food pantry available to currently registered CSN students. The Coyote Cupboard offers free Grab N Go Bags containing a variety of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack items. Toiletries are also available in limited quantities.
SNAPET ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE The Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program Employment and Training (SNAPET) is a new partnership with the Nevada Department of Welfare and Supportive Services (link to https://dwss.nv.gov/) 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 email@example.com.
CAMPUS LIFE IN THE NEWS
Campus Life was recently interviewed by KNPR about CSN's Coyote Cupboards and how it is serving students during this pandemic.
JOIN THE CAMPUS LIFE TEAM
Are you interested in planning amazing events? Are you a social media guru? Do you desire to give back to the community? If you answered yes to any of those questions, CAMPUS LIFE may be just the place for you to work! To apply you must be eligible for College Work-Study. positions available at all three main campuses. See the information below on how to apply to the campus of your choice.
Russell’s restaurant will reopen this fall. Please visit Russell's Restaurant to get information on reservation requirements and business days/hours.