Students can choose from an equal mix of in-person and online options
Students planning to enroll in Spring 2022 classes at CSN should get started now – before their favorite popular classes fill up. Classes start on January 18.
Half of the classes at CSN, the state’s largest higher education institution, will be in-person and half all or partly online. The State Board of Health requires students who will be attending any classes in person to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, except for those with approved religious or medical exemptions. Students who choose all online courses do not need to be vaccinated. All students – whether vaccinated or not – must complete the CSN Student Vaccination Submission Guide at www.csn.edu/coyotetracks.
CSN offers more than 180 different degrees and certificates in over 70 academic programs, including 26 degrees available entirely online. In addition, to traditional two-year degrees, the college also offers 11 bachelor’s degrees in specialized fields.
Those interested and not yet admitted can apply at www.csn.edu/apply through the end of the first week of class, January 24. More than two-thirds of CSN students receive financial aid, including grants, loans, and scholarships, and the college encourages all who are eligible to apply for aid. More information can be found at www.csn.edu/financial-aid.
CSN has partnered with the Southern Nevada Health District to offer free COVID-19 testing and vaccinations on all three of our campuses. Those interested can visit www.csn.edu/vax for more information.