CSN Student Support
Our on-campus offices are closed to the public; however, we are still available to assist you and provide guidance. Email your questions using the button below. We will be responding to your questions throughout the day, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m.─5 p.m. Messages left after 4 p.m. will receive a reply the next business day.
Visit our essential student services page for a list of available support services.
If you need a form that is not currently available, please contact the Disability Resource Center and request a copy.
We make every effort to ensure each CSN campus and learning center is fully accessible to students with disabilities. Our Disability Resource Center not only offers accommodations for students in need, but also gives you the opportunity to speak with one of our highly qualified disability specialists. A disability specialist will answer any questions you may have and make sure potential obstacles are addressed up front so nothing interferes with your academic pursuits. We also offer adaptive equipment to those who qualify to ensure equal access to all CSN sponsored activities.
DRC services include:
- Classroom Accommodations (Note Taking Assistance, Lab Assistant)
- Testing Accommodations (Extended Time, Reader, Scribe)
- Sign Language Interpreter
- Alternative Text: (view more information below)
- Adaptive Equipment Loan
- Adaptive Computer Lab
DRC Awareness Calendar
Resources for Student Success
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Centers for Academic Success
College Scholarships and Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities Guidebook
Disability Scholarships at Scholarship.com
DRC Test Scheduling Form - Fillable PDF Form
DRC/DHH Special Request Form (Non-Class Request Form)
For Interpreters and Hourly Employees:
For Job Seekers:
Note Taker Interest Form
Resources for Alternative Media
Getting your books in the appropriate media format is crucial to your academic success. Getting them quickly is also important.
If you are eligible for academic accommodations that include alternative media, please consider the following options before you submit a request to the DRC. You may save yourself time and money!
- Learning Ally
Accessible materials for individuals with Visual and learning disabilities. To begin the certification process go to https://www.learningally.org/
Bookshare.org is a national data base of news papers, articles and books. To sign up go to http://www.bookshare.org/signUpType
You can contact the publishers of your books directly by locating their information online. Publishers will have an ADA department that handles special alternative media orders.
- Websites for electronic books
Many web sites are offering books in electronic format. These books are often cheaper than purchasing the physical copy and are much easier to convert into audio format. Some popular sites include: www.amazon.com or https://www.cheaptextbooks.com
Eligible DRC students can sign up for any or all of these resources. The DRC is here to help if you have any questions on acquiring alternative media that works for you. The DRC does not require that you use any of these sites. These resources are provided as a convenience to assist you in locating and quickly obtaining your books and supplemental reading.
6375 W. Charleston Blvd.
Building D, Rm 116
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Phone - (702) 651-5644
Fax - (702) 651-5760
3200 E. Cheyenne Ave.
N. Las Vegas, NV 89030
Phone - (702) 651-4045
Fax - (702) 651-4179
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Henderson, NV 89002
Building B, Student Services Area
Phone - (702) 651-3795
Fax - (702) 651-3004
3200 E. Cheyenne Ave.
N. Las Vegas, NV 89030
Phone - (702) 651-4448
VP - (702) 475-4676
Fax - (702) 651-4583
Partially funded through the Nevada Department of Education, Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Act. The College of Southern Nevada is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, disability national origin, status with regard to public assistance, or status as a veteran of the Vietnam era, in the educational programs or activities which it operates. The College adheres to ADA/ADAA/504 guidelines, providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and also complies with Affirmative Action/EEO guidelines.