Spring into action @ CSN
It’s not too late to enroll!
Start now. Four- and eight-week classes begin March 14. You will be eligible for college resources, such as a laptop and textbook assistance, through the Students First Spring Pledge.
You spoke. We listened.
We get it. Times continue to be mentally, physically and emotionally challenging for students. This is why CSN is committed to offering multiple student resources so you can maintain your momentum toward an in-demand, high-wage career. We’re introducing the four-tier Students First Spring Pledge as a lifeline.
Students First Spring Pledge
This spring, CSN is doing more than promoting its standard hands-on support services and beyond-the-classroom resources. The college is also providing access to financial resources for a limited time to help you graduate, complete, transfer and prosper. Together, these four concepts guide CSN’s efforts to put Students First.
Accelerate with CSN Grant NEW
* $500 to all full-time students (12 credit hours or more during spring semester)
* $250 to less than full-time students (11 credit hours or fewer during spring semester)
Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) Grant NEW
The application will be available at the beginning of the semester to assist with books and supplies, childcare, healthcare, housing, transportation and related expenses.
Students who don’t qualify for federal financial aid due to U.S. citizenship requirements are encouraged to apply. U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) first.
Students who are completing their final semester to graduate are encouraged to apply.
This fund aids students facing unexpected emergencies, with the purpose of helping them stay enrolled and complete their education.
* Free Maestro notebooks are available and include Windows 10 Pro, a wireless 4G LTE card for Wi-Fi, and access to Microsoft Office 365.
* The Textbook Assistance Program (TAP) offers a limited number of textbook titles for loan on a per-semester and first-come, first-served basis.
* The Coyote Cupboard offers non-perishable food items and hygiene products to faculty, staff and students in need.
* The Early Childhood Education Labs offer daycare options for children 6 months old to 5 years old.
* The Nevada Housing Division maintains resource listings for individuals and families who are homeless, as well as those seeking specialized rental or public housing options.
* From advising and counseling to testing and tutoring, the college offers multiple services to support your student journey.
Register for classes now
Follow these recommendations based on your student status
Meet with an academic advisor. No appointment is necessary for in-person and virtual advising until January 26.
We’re ready to help you register
You have the option of attending a live registration event or seeking in-person/phone/email assistance.
Recruitment and College Connections
8 a.m.–5 p.m.
B Building, Room 123
B Building, Room 130J
Main Building, Student Services Area (Wing E-102)
First Year Experience
Students First Station
9 a.m.–5 p.m.
D Building, Student Services Area
B Building, Student Services Area
Main Building, Student Services Area (Wing E)
Beat the rush with Express Advising
Academic Advising is open Monday–Friday, from 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m. Appointments are not necessary until January 26. Students will be assisted in-person and virtually on a first-come, first-served basis. Saturday virtual-only hours will be in place on January 15 and 22, from 9 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Join the Express Advising virtual queue on campus or on-the-go for your advising needs.