YOU BELONG HERE
The College of Southern Nevada strives to place diversity as an overarching principle and accreditation theme that impacts 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.
The Multicultural Center
What We Do
The Multicultural Center is excited to work with you to ensure you have a welcoming and meaningful experience at CSN. As such the following are a few of the initiatives and services we offer:
Empowerment Network Initiative
The Empowerment Network Initiative (ENI) is an identity-based cohort program that assists and empowers students during their journey at CSN. The program promotes mutual support in personal growth, professional development and academic success. Visit the ENI website to learn more.
Multicultural Student Organizations
Getting and staying involved is one of the most important things you can do while in college. Some benefits include making friends, gaining leadership skills, and increasing your confidence. It does not matter how you are involved, it only matters that you are! Join a student organization today.
We offer a variety of social, cultural and educational programs that affirm identities and create community. We also host a variety of diversity events to recognize several identity months/weeks including Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month (Apr), Black History Month (Feb), International Education Week (Nov), Latino Heritage Month (Sept), Native American Heritage Month (Mar), LGBTQ Pride Month (Oct) and Women's History Month (Mar).
Multicultural Graduation Celebrations
CSN wishes to celebrate your accomplishments. Graduating students are encouraged to attend a series of multicultural graduation celebrations with their friends and families prior to CSN's official Commencement Ceremony.
Please visit the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion website for additional information and resources.