The Search for the College of Southern Nevada’s next President is underway. The Nevada System of Higher Education ad hoc CSN President Search Committee has been formed and will be chaired by Regent Allison Stephens.

Additional information will be posted on this page as it is made available by the committee.

UPCOMING MEETING

College of Southern Nevada
North Las Vegas Campus
3200 E. Cheyenne Avenue
June Whitley Student Lounge (Building E, Room 130)
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
1 p.m.

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Committee Documents

Committee Members

Regents' Committee:

Ms. Allison Stephens, Chair
Dr. Andrea Anderson
Dr. Patrick R. Carter
Dr. Mark W. Doubrava
Mr. Trevor Hayes
Mrs. Cathy McAdoo

Institutional Advisory Members

Dr. Andrea Brown, Faculty
Ms. Hannah Brown, Community Member
Ms. Clarissa Cota, Administrator
Dr. Darin Dockstader, Faculty
Mr. Ken Evans, Community Member
Ms. Tamara Flores-Sahagun, Faculty
Mr. Eric J. Gilliland, Affirmative Action (Ex-officio)
Mr. Peter Guzman, Community/IAC Member
Ms. Amy Hutchinson, Adjunct Faculty
Mr. Ryann Juden, Community Member
Ms. Nora Luna, Community Member
Ms. Maria Marinch, Administrator
Mr. Paul Moradkhan, Community/IAC Member
Ms. Kenia Morales, Community Member
Dr. Lisa Morris Hibbler, Community Member
Mr. Shaundell Newsome, Community/IAC Member
Mr. Alok Pandey, Faculty
Mr. Edgar Patino, Alumnus/Foundation Member
Ms. Sarah Renkes, Classified Staff Member
Ms. Astrid Silva, Community Member
Mr. Jose Solorio, Community Member
Mr. Javier Trujillo, Community Member
Dr. Tiffany Tyler, Community Member
Dr. Ricardo Villalobos, Administrator
Mr. Tommy White, Community Member
Dr. Erin Windsor, Faculty
Mr. James York, Community/Foundation Member
Ms. Elizabeth Zuniga, ASCSN President

College of Southern Nevada Profile

Founded in 1971, the College of Southern Nevada is the state’s largest and most ethnically diverse higher education institution. CSN is accredited through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and specializes in two-year degrees and workforce development that lead directly to high-demand careers or transfer to a university. CSN offers more than 180 degrees and certificates — including 24 available entirely online — in more than 70 areas of study. It is the state’s largest provider of adult basic education and literacy training, and also offers five bachelor’s degrees in specialized fields. CSN is a Minority Serving Institution and Nevada’s first Hispanic Serving Institution. The college’s students create flexible schedules with day, evening and weekend classes taught online and on three main campuses and eight learning centers throughout Southern Nevada.