- What is MyCSN?
- I'm a new CSN student, how do I get a MyCSN login and password?
- I'm a former CSN student, how do I get a MyCSN login and password?
- I can't log in to the MyCSN student portal. What should I do?
- I forgot MyCSN login and/or password. How can I retrieve it?
- What is my priority registration date?
- I placed classes in MyCSN's shopping cart. How do I complete the registration process?
- I have been told to clear my browser cache, what does that mean?
- How do I turn off Pop-Up Blockers?
- What Operating Systems/Browsers are supported by MyCSN?
- What security measures does the new system have to protect my personal information (SSN#, DOB, address, etc.)?
- What are the benefits of the switch to MyCSN?
Enrollment cancellation and Financial Aid questions
- What is enrollment cancellation and why and how does it happen?
- I am not eligible to receive financial aid grants, but cannot afford to pay the entire tuition bill. How can I protect my enrollment from being cancelled?
- How do I establish a payment plan?
- I will receive financial aid. How do I know if my enrollment will be protected from cancellation on the bill due date?
- I was purged from my classes. When can I re-register?
- 24/7 Access
- An informative Checklist of "to do" items
- Readily available access to all communications from the college
- Shopping cart style registration convenience
- Advanced planning tools
- Much more...
- Returning students should have already received emails with their new NSHE ID and password. If you have not received your login, please call the MyCSN Help Desk at 702-651-5555.
- If you have not received your password, please contact the Office of the Registrar at any of our campus locations.
- If your last class at CSN was two or more years ago, you will need to reapply for admission to receive your login and password.
- Verify that you are entering the correct username and password
- Verify that you are using the correct MyCSN student portal
If you have forgotten your NSHE ID, please call the Help Desk at 702-651-HELP for further assistance. If you have forgotten your password, please contact the Office of the Registrar at any of our campus locations.
You must complete the registration process to ensure your place in classes.
To complete your registration:
- Log in to MyCSN.edu
- Select the 'Student Center' link
- Select your shopping cart
- Select the classes you wish to enroll in by checking the box next to the class
- Click the 'Enroll' button
- Click the 'Finish Enrolling' button to complete the process
- Remove classes that you are not planning to enroll in using the delete button
Since MyCSN is a web-based system, the process of storing your navigation history in your Internet browser system can sometimes affect your experience in MyCSN.
- Once your browser is open, click the Tools menu.
- Select Internet Options.
- On the General tab, click on the Delete button in the Browsing history section to delete your temporary files (i.e., clear your cache). Place a checkmark next to each item you want to delete, then click on the Delete button.
- If you want the browser to automatically clear the cache whenever you close it, place a checkmark next to Delete browsing history on exit. Click OK. This will delete everything except cookies.
- Click the Tools menu, click on History, then on Clear recent history.
- In the Time range to clear field, select an option from the drop down menu of cache you'd like to clear.
- Click on Details and make sure Cache is checked.
- Select Clear Now.
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- Click the Tools menu, then click on History.
- Click on the Clear browsing data button.
- In the Obliterate the following items from field, select an option from the drop down menu of cache you'd like to clear.
- Place a checkmark next to each item you want to delete.
- Select Clear browsing data.
For instructions on how to clear browser cache from other web browsers, use any of the search engines available on the web.
- Go to the Tools menu and select Internet options.
- Click on the Privacy tab.
- In the Pop-up Blocker section, uncheck the checkbox next to Turn on Pop-up Blocker.
- Click on the OK button.
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- Open the Tools menu and click on Options.
- Click on Content on the left-hand side of the screen.
- Uncheck the checkbox next to Block pop-up windows.
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- Open the Tools Menu and click on Settings.
- Click on Show advanced settings at the bottom of the screen.
- Under Privacy, click on the Content settings button.
- Select the Allow all sites to show pop-ups radio button under the Pop-ups heading.
- Click on the Done button.
For instructions on how to turn off pop-up blockers from other web browsers, use any of the search engines available on the web.
Enrollment cancellation is a necessary process. It happens so that students, who have enrolled in classes that they do not intend to take or pay for, are purged from the system to make room for other students who want to successfully complete their education at CSN.
I am not eligible to receive financial aid grants, but cannot afford to pay the entire tuition bill. How can I protect my enrollment from being cancelled?
You may also establish a payment plan with the Cashier's Office to protect your enrollment.
I will receive financial aid. How do I know if my enrollment will be protected from cancellation on the bill due date?
Please understand that being held in classes by the Financial Aid Department does not guarantee financial aid payment. If further review should determine that you are not eligible for financial aid, you will be financially responsible for the accrued enrollment cost.
This applies to students who have established a payment plan. You must pay the difference of the new class or you will lose ALL of your classes for which you have previously enrolled.
This does not apply to those students who are receiving financial aid. The Financial Aid Department will continue to hold your classes for you until the first disbursement date.
Demand for classes often exceeds capacity. Please note the wait to register in person at CSN campuses on and after Aug. 15 can be significant. In addition, attempts to enroll online on and after Aug. 15 can also require waiting if user demand exceeds the capacity of the enrollment system.