There are more than 200 degree programs to choose from at College of Southern Nevada (CSN). CSN also offers opportunities to get involved in the arts and other activities.
Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, CSN has additional campus centers throughout the region.
Those who attend the Las Vegas campus may major in such diverse subjects as:
- Air Conditioning Technology
- Art History
- Business German
- Deaf Studies
- Culinary Arts
- Global Studies
- Women’s Studies
- Veterinary Technology
College life activities include dozens of creative, cultural, academic and other clubs. The CSN campus is also home to an art gallery, performing arts center, planetarium and restaurant.
CSN has an open admissions policy, which means that anyone with an interest in attending may do so. Prospective students may simply fill out an online application and pay the application fee. An entrance exam is also required, and used for placement purposes only. All new students must attend an orientation and meet with an academic counselor, as well.
College of Southern Nevada offers such need-based financial aid awards as grants, loans and work-study. CSN also offers academic scholarships to students with a strong academic record.
Quick Facts about College of Southern Nevada
Large City Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
CSN Ratings & Reviews
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- Freshman Class
- Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
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- African American
- American Indian or Alaska native
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