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.
Our office is part of the President’s Office and works closely with all levels of the administration, staff and faculty to achieve its mission, vision and goals.
Charleston Campus - Main Office
Charleston Campus - Multicultural Center
North Las Vegas Campus - Multicultural Center
CSN has nine faculty/staff diversity committees which work to promote a campus culture of awareness and inclusion through events and advocacy. The committees welcome all individuals interested in learning and supporting their respective communities.
African American Heritage Committee | All - Access Committee | Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Committee | Comprehensive Internationalization Committee |
Latino Alliance | Military & Veterans Alliance | Native American Alliance | Queer Inclusive College Campus Committee | Women's Alliance
Brotherhood Ujima Mentorship Program (BUMP Up) is a Black/African American brotherhood initiative that provides assistance, leadership skills, and academic support. Our aim is to increase the engagement, retention, and completion/graduation of Black/African American male identified students at CSN.
The Nevada Promise Scholarship aims to make a college education more accessible and affordable. The scholarship enables Nevada residents, under the age of 20, to pursue a tuition-free degree at CSN beginning in Fall 2018.
Background and General Information
Established by the Nevada Legislature in 2017, the Nevada Promise Scholarship provides last-dollar financial aid to Nevada students attending any of the state’s four community colleges: College of Southern Nevada, Great Basin College, Truckee Meadows Community College, or Western Nevada College. In order to be considered for an award, interested students must, by established deadlines, complete the Nevada Promise Scholarship application, apply for admission to their college of choice, file a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), work with mentors and perform 20 hours of community service.
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