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For all incoming and current students, I would recommend using all of the resources available on all of the campuses. As part of tuition fees and costs, there is a certain number of hours of tutoring you can use for each class you take. There are a lot of counselors who are knowledgeable about helping you choose majors and gearing any interests you have towards the major that will fit best. They will walk you through the process of choosing classes, choosing a major, financial aid, and address any other concerns you may have. If you need someone to talk to there are mental health professionals available at all 3 of the main campuses. A visit with them is also covered as part of your tuition. Do not skip out on using the resources available because you are afraid to ask or are concerned with cost. They're available once you enroll in class so take advantage of them.Read More
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It makes sense for Nevada high school students to go to CSN first if they missed out on the Millennium Scholarship or just if they want to save a little money. An Associate's degree transfers easily to the University of Nevada, Reno or Las Vegas but you should still look at the transfer agreement before taking any classes because some things will not cross over.Read More