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UNLV/CSN Transfer Program

Expanding academic support services by collaborating with students preparing to transfer to UNLV after graduation from CSN.


The mission of the UNLV/CSN Transfer Program is to expand academic support services by collaborating with students preparing to transfer to UNLV after graduation from CSN. These services include: 1) providing accurate and timely curriculum and policy information, 2) developing partnerships to coordinate resources, activities, and services across CSN and UNLV that enhance and simplify the process, and 3) empowering students to achieve their desired transfer goal and career objectives through the services provided by the office.All three UNLV/CSN Transfer Program locations are staffed with a UNLV Transition Advisor.

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UNLV Transition Advisors

Roles of the UNLV Transition Advisors

  • Assist CSN students who intend on transferring to UNLV upon completion of their Associate’s degree: explaining UNLV degree requirements and processes.
  • Work with CSN academic advisors and counselors to ensure students meet requirements by the most direct path of the intended Associate’s Degree from CSN and the intended Bachelor’s Degree from UNLV.
  • Serve as a liaison with UNLV Academic Advising Centers, UNLV Admissions Office, and UNLV Financial Aid Office.
  • Lead UNLV group academic advising sessions.
  • Host UNLV college-specific workshops.
  • Provide global academic support for the smooth transition from CSN to UNLV.

Meet your UNLV/CSN Transition Advisors

Le Quanda Cole

CSN Henderson SU RM 127
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Mail Code: 1099
Phone: 702-651-4969

Arosha Meegoda

Charleston Campus MOD 9
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Audrey Lee

Charleston Campus Mod 9
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Transfer Tuesdays

Are you interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree at UNLV? Please drop by one of our Virtual Transfer Tuesdays from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. every Tuesday to learn about your options. Meet with a UNLV Transition Advisor to find out how your CSN credits will count toward a bachelor's degree and get your questions answered about the majors and programs at UNLV. Don't forget to ask your Transition Advisor about the UNLV CSN Transfer Scholarship!

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UNLV/CSN Transfer Program Spring 2023 Virtual/In-Person Workshops


Join us at our upcoming UNLV/CSN Transfer Program (UCTP) workshops! The transfer workshops will cover the transfer process, application deadlines, campus resources, upcoming UNLV events, and how credits earned at CSN will transfer to UNLV. We will highlight important transfer information for the different UNLV majors. This workshop is an opportunity to meet a UNLV transition advisor and address any transfer questions. Our in-person workshop will also have a credit review.

Workshop Dates

  • Tuesday, Feb. 14th, 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Virtual)
  • Tuesday, Mar. 21st, 1:30 p.m.- 3:00 p.m. (Virtual)
  • Saturday, Apr. 29th, 11 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. (In-Person) Includes credit review (CSN Charleston Campus)
  • Saturday, Jun. 17th, 11 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. (In-Person) Includes credit review (CSN Charleston Campus)

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CSN Survey Winners

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Jessica Garcia is our Spring 2022 survey winner!

“It takes a village, find the support from those who love you and will help you through this journey. Use all the resources available to you. Some days are easy some are tough but don't you ever give up. As a single mommy of 2, a first generation Mexican American college student, I hope I'm an inspiration to many. Its never too late to start school. I started years later after high school. I took my time in the process of obtaining my associates degree. Take your time. Do your best, that's important and have fun. You'll get through this. As Vicente Fernandez once said, " no ay que llegar primero, pero ay que saver llegar". Once you are there, you will thank your past self for not giving up. Si se puede."

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Alexander Avila is our Fall 2023 survey winner!

“Never forget why you chose this path, to become something more for yourself, your future, and those around you. Always persist.”