Policies & Procedures

Welcome to the College of Southern Nevada Policies & Procedures Webpage

CSN Policies provide direction and guidance that, along with Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) policies, assist members of the CSN Community in the daily conduct of CSN business. Policies are approved by the President generally upon the recommendation of the Faculty Senate.

These policies and procedures do not constitute a contract or implied contract. The President is vested with the right to interpret, amend or withdraw these at his discretion.

There are 5 categories of Policies: General (GEN), Faculty (FAC), Student (STU), Finance & Facilities (FIN), and Human Resources (ADM), and the policies are listed alphabetically. Also, provided below are several informational items concerning topics that are frequently addressed.

POLICIES

General Policies (GEN)

Faculty Policies (FAC)

Student Policies (STU)

Finance & Facilities Policies (FIN)

Human Resources Policies (ADM)

Policies in Progress

Title Status
Academic Faculty Travel Policy Faculty Senate is editing the History Appendix.
Academic Program Review Policy Faculty Senate is scheduled to vote on proposed amendments. 
Administrative Degree Clearance Policy VPSA is reviewing with Faculty Senate.
Administrative Faculty Hiring Policy Faculty Senate is reviewing the proposed amendments. 
E-Learning Policy VPAA is reviewing the proposed amendments.
Emeriti Faculty Policy Faculty Senate recently voted on proposed amendments.
General Education for AA, AS, and AB Degrees Policy VPAA is reviewing the proposed amendments with Faculty Senate.
General Education for AAS Degrees Policy VPAA is reviewing the proposed amendments with Faculty Senate.
Sabbatical Leave Policy Faculty Senate is reviewing potential revisions to the sabbatical leave application. 

INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

CSN Bylaws

Faculty Senate Bylaws

Copyright Information & Guidelines

First Amendment Use

Alcohol & Drug-Free Workplace

FERPA Release

Field Trip Liability Waiver Forms

General Data Protection Regulation