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The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is a premier metropolitan research university. UNLV demonstrates how the traditional values of higher education can be adapted to conditions and needs of individuals and communities in the 21st century. The university concentrates its resources on instructional and research programs that are student-centered, demonstrably excellent, and responsive to the needs of local, regional, national, and international communities.
Whether just out of high school, beginning or re-entering college or simply seeking to continue your education, CSN offers a wide range of programs and opportunities. CSN educates over 70,000 students annually in over 100 fields of study offering more than 200 degrees and certificates.
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Las Vegas schools also offer a variety of special programs designed to help students with special challenges finish or stay in school. The Clark County Virtual High School offers courses at home via the DVD’s, Internet, television, and via video tapes for those who need to finish their high school credits but are unable to attend regular classes. The Stay in School Mentoring Program provides adult mentors from the business community an opportunity to offer support and guidance to middle school students who are at risk of dropping out of Las Vegas schools.
Mentors encourage students to stay in school and promote future education and career focus. They commit a minimum of one hour per week to a student for the length of a school year and all mentoring occurs on school grounds during school hours.