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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.235 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.213 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.209 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities1,080 Graduates
Nursing Assistant551 Graduates
Chemical Technician453 Graduates
Business Administration and Management374 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)248 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science207 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies150 Graduates
Network, Database, and System Administration86 Graduates
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College of Southern Nevada Reviews
This is my first year attending College of Southern Nevada. I haven't had any problems getting information or help for a first time student. There are multiple campuses, which make it easy for everyone to access classes, in addition they offer a great online school! I am also very happy that College of Southern Nevada offers many classes at different locations all over the valley, making it so convenient for students! Also the class hours are amazing, and offer late classes for working students! College of Southern Nevada is an excellent college!
The College Of Southern Nevada is great for anyone, no matter the age. If your not comfortable with contributing a load of money to your education or not worried about going to a prestigious school then this school is right for you! I'm attending the 2018 Summer semester this year and I'm working 2 jobs, thanks to the schools flexible class option that lets you study in-person or online . If your intimidated by going to a big university I'd advise you to start here first, just because the faculty is hands on and they remember your name! Its hard to maintain a personal relationship with administrators and faculty at a major university because there are so many students , and not to mention your on your own. I personally think that every person who wants to further there education to get a better paying job, or have a career should start at a community college. CSN also offers a transfer program with all major university in the southwest region of united states which is stellar.
Loved attending CSN. The campus was not as huge as other universities. It's easy to navigate to classes. What was even helpful was that the CSN website had an overview map for each campus. The staff were helpful, especially the ones for Financial Aid, Registration, and anything related to attending classes. There are a lot of nice professors/instructors as well. They really want you to succeed. Class sizes are not big compared to universities. One thing I would have to say is that there is not a lot of things to get involved with compared to universities. For example, there are not many clubs are going on. But I think overall, attending CSN was an wonderful experience. It was a place, in my experience, to get your general classes done in order to transfer to another college. Saved a lot of money for sure!