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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

CSN links

I am an adjunct instructor of Communication at the College of Southern Nevada (see links to the right in this blog) with additional work in Communication or Theater at Everest College, various private acting schools, the Boulder City Park District and UNLV.

Whichever school you attend, I am sure apathy is high. I strongly support students keep on top of events and activities at their school. It will make college much more rewarding.

-Art Lynch

CSN is the backbone of the state's dynamic growth and prosperity. 
More than a million students have passed through our college doors on their way to a new future.

CSN is committed to open access with no admission requirements 
and as a result, we account for over 40% of the students in Nevada colleges and universities.

CSN is the largest college in Nevada and the fourth largest of our type in the nation.

CSN is the most diverse higher education institution in the state, 
with no ethnic majority. We also attract students from 
48 states, 1 U.S. territory and 59 contries.

CSN offers over 220 degrees and certificates 
with 27 of them available entirely online.

CSN associate degree will earn an average of $44,000 a year, 
or 37% more than a resident with only a high school diploma.

CSN instructors teach over 3,000 courses per semester 
in more than 125 fields of study.

CSN is only one of three institutions in the nation 
to offer a baccalaureate degree in dental hygiene.

CSN offers you flexibility - 
74% of our students attend part-time, 
27% are enrolled in evening classes and 24% take at least one online course.

CSN routinely produces the most nurses out of any public or private institution
in the state with 40% of Nevada's nurses trained at CSN.

At CSN, the average class size is 21 and the student to faculty ratio is a low 29 to 1. 
Our students range in age from 15 to 93.

Competing since 1999, Our Coyote Baseball Team was the 
2003 NJCAA National Champion and has been the SWAC Regular Season Champion
 each year while also capturing the Region XVIII Championship in 2008. 

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