CSN Student Emergency Fund

Our on-campus offices are closed to the public; however, we are still available to assist you. Email questions to Student Life and Leadership: brian.akins@csn.edu. Questions will be answered daily, 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.

Student Emergency Fund

Award Amount - Up to $500 per calendar year awarded as a grant

Eligibility - The emergency fund provides short-term financial assistance to all enrolled degree-seeking students taking three or more credits including all DACA, undocumented and international students. Students will be required to submit appropriate verified documentation along with the emergency fund application. For further details go to Emergency Fund Criteria and Award Protocol.

Application - https://at.csn.edu/documents/student-emergency-fund-application

Contact Us

Important Notice:  Your MyCSN login is now the same as your Canvas & GoCSN login.

See below on how to clear any saved password or your browser cache if you continue to have problems logging in.

For additional technical assistance, you may call 702-651-5555 and choose option 4 to reach the CSN Call Center.

Representatives can:
  • Provide assistance with navigating MyCSN
  • Answer general MyCSN questions

Please note that due to heavy call volumes wait times may be long. You may be transferred to another department depending on your MyCSN issue.

Call Center Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday
9 am - 7 pm

Students can use this system to apply to CSN, to look up specific course information, and to register for courses.

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Navigating through your MyCSN account.
Take a few moments and go through the Self Service Guides where you will find tips for learning how to use your MyCSN account and how to perform several self-service functions.

Make sure your MyCSN To Do List is complete.
If you have outstanding tasks on your to do list, this may prevent you from receiving financial aid or could cause the Office of the Registrar to place a hold on your account, which will prevent you from registering for classes. Outstanding tasks that you have not completed may also cause you to forfeit your enrollment on the payment due date. Please check this list frequently.

Make sure CSN has a valid e-mail address for you.
You will be receiving important information via e-mail from CSN, including information about your residency status, financial aid, and payment information. You can update your e-mail address through your MyCSN account by following the instructions posted here.