College of Southern Nevada
Being the cosmopolitan center that it is, Las Vegas offers lessons in most every language and skill at a variety of excellent institutions.
Whether you are an English as a Second Language student, a new arrival to Las Vegas, a professional housekeeper or casino employee, you may need to learn English in order to be considered for promotion in your field, or even to find a job in Nevada. If you or a family member are hearing impaired, ASL classes may be exactly what you need. No matter what you are searching for, Las Vegas schools have the solution.
With other industries coming to Southern Nevada and a population of more than two million people, education is an important factor for the continued growth and stabilization of the city.
College campuses are some of the best places to enjoy live theater and Las Vegas offers a number of venues and productions.
The Palazzo hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip is trying to evict a 10-month-old nightclub for shows it says are so raunchy that they violate obscenity laws.
College of Southern Nevada officials say students received incorrect federal financial aid over the last few years
A Las Vegas college student who’s benefiting from President Obama’s immigration policies will be seated with the first lady during the State of the Union address.
An assistant baseball coach at the College of Southern Nevada has been arrested in connection with a marijuana growing operation.
Whether learning a second language for a job requirement or expanding horizons for a vacation, a foreign language school is the best way to start. To find the best class to fit the needs of your lifestyle, check into several schools throughout the Las Vegas area.
Las Vegans will get a rare treat this weekend, thanks to a solar eclipse.
Nevada Higher Education System Chancellor Dan Klaich will look to sell Nevada lawmakers on a new system for distributing revenue.