New enrollment statistics show several Nevada colleges are closer to earning the sought-after Hispanic Serving Institution designation.
College of Southern Nevada officials say students received incorrect federal financial aid over the last few years
The Nevada Senate has approved a bill adding a second recipient of the Kenny C. Guinn Memorial Millennium Scholarship.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada’s U.S. House delegation has re-introduced a bipartisan measure to transfer some federal lands to three southern Nevada colleges for campus expansions. The Southern Nevada Higher Education Land Act would […]
Nevada’s higher education season has shed nearly 10,000 students this fall.
Community colleges in Nevada will soon require a high school diploma or its equivalent to enroll.
An organizer says more than 700 students, parents, teachers and activists plan to ride al night in a bus caravan from Las Vegas to Carson City to call for the Nevada Legislature to provide adequate state […]
One lawmaker has warned of a Middle East-style unrest if the College of Southern Nevada doesn’t get more funding. State Senator John Lee urged a joint Legislative subcommittee to shift more funds to state colleges, […]
College of Southern Nevada president Michael Richards warns one of the valley’s three campuses may close due to budget cuts.
All federal, state and local government offices are closed for President’s Day today. Courts are also taking the day off, and there will be no mail delivery. All local libraries will be closed for the […]