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CEDI Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources List

Please also review our frequently updated Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources List.

Applicant Resources

Applying to NSC as a first time student

Information on requirements and how to apply to NSC- somewhere include information that you DO NOT have to have a social security number to apply

Non-Federal Aid Form

Institutional financial aid application for students that are not a S. Citizen or are a non-citizen and will not complete FAFSA. or

Community Partners

Dress for Success

All NSC students and employees are eligible to receive one week’s worth of business attire! Dress for Success offers free feminine and androgynous business attire, nursing scrubs, baby care products, career guidance, and more. Click the link below and fill in the information for the referral. 

Referral Agency Information

Agency Name: Nevada State College

Contact: Erika Arballo | (702) 992-2394 |  

Make the Road Nevada

Non-Profit Community Organization that fundraises for DACA renewals and provides resources to the immigrant community.

Dream Big Nevada

Covid-19 and community resources. Help with DACA renewals and provides resources to the immigrant community.

Resource Guide for Immigrants by Nevada Senator Cortez Masto

This page provides resource guides for Nevada residents, including a guide for immigrants. Available in English and Spanish, must be downloaded in Adobe PDF format.

Gender & Sexuality Resources

Nevada State College Gender Equity Toolkit 

This toolkit serves to prepare students and employees at Nevada State College to practice gender equity in their sphere of influence on campus. The toolkit is broken down into three parts: State Law & Compliance, Campus-wide Policies & Procedures, and Knowledge in Action. We encourage you to use this toolkit as a guide for navigating spaces impacted by gender on our campus. Resource developed by Meaghan Lynch (2022).

Nevada State College Gender Equity Toolkit

Healthcare Resources

Nevada Health Centers

  • Description: Offers low-cost services on a sliding fee scale based on federal poverty levels for those without insurance. There are multiple health centers located in Nothern and Southern Nevada. For more information about Nevada Health Centers, please call 800.787.2568 or find a health center near you.
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Southern Nevada Health District

We’re working to keep Southern Nevada healthy!

Free Clinic Directory

Free Clinic Directory is committed to helping you find free and affordable clinics in your area.

Huntridge Family Clinic

Hope Christian Health Center

  • Description: This health center is open to undocumented folks on a sliding fee scale. You must call first.
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Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada

  • Description: This non-profit health organization provides free primary health care and wellness services to low-income, uninsured individuals.
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UNLV School of Medicine

Offers comprehensive outpatient services for the community. Will be conducting free testing for COVID-19 starting March 24th until tests run out. By Appointment Only. Must be exhibiting symptoms and/or meet CDC guidelines for testing. Call (702) 583-4408 for appointments.

Planned Parenthood of Southern Nevada

  • Description: One person per visit (only the person who is seeking care, all other folks joining, must wait in the car). Only immediate needs are being considered, such as STI screenings, cancer screenings and possible emergency referrals, but no “wellness checks”.
    • Locations: 3220 W. Charleston Blvd; 3300 E. Flamingo #35
    • Phone: 1-800-230-7526
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Income And Career Options For DACA/Undocumented Students 

Income & Career Options for DACA/Undocumented Students

Alternative Income & Career Options for DACA/Undocumented Students.

Part#1: Understanding What It Means to Work for Yourself

    • Description: Everyone, regardless of immigration status, can make money by building their own businesses and working for themselves. We’re here to show you how to generate income through entrepreneurship and freelancing. See below for tools to help you get your #UndocuHustle on!
    • Link: Recording:

Slides: (with links to resources)

Part #2: Developing an Entrepreneurship Mindset

  • Description: Learn how to get started with entrepreneurship. The webinar will provide a hands-on approach to turn your specific skills, experience and knowledge into opportunities to generate income.
  • Link: Recording:

Slides: (with links to resources)

  • In Spanish: Desarrollando Una Mentalidad Emprendedora
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    Legal Resources

    UNLV Immigration Law Clinic

    • Description: The UNLV Immigration Clinic offers FREE consultations and legal services to UNLV and CSN students, staff, and their families. Make an appointment with our attorney or call our office at (702) 895-2080 for more information. Appointments are now available at both UNLV and CSN campuses.
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    National Immigration Law Center

    Legal advocacy and resources, everyone in the U.S. has certain basic rights under the U.S. Constitution.

    Legal Aid of Southern Nevada

    Legal Aid of Southern Nevada continues to operate normal business hours. To reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 (coronavirus), Legal Aid Center will assist all clients via phone at (702) 386-1070 or email at

    Immigration Center for Women & Children

    Provides free and low-cost legal immigration assistance. For assistance, call (702) 430-7981.

    Nevada Legal Services

    Scholarships For DACA/Undocumented Students

    Veteran’s Resources


    Share Las Vegas is an award-winning 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing affordable housing, collaborative medical and mental health services, employment referrals and placements, and a full service community food pantry/nutrition program.

    Phone: (702) 384-0294

    Address: 2100 Sunrise Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101

    Veteran’s Transition Resource Center

    The Veteran’s Transition Resource Center provides military veteran’s, guard & reserves and their families services through collaborative community partners and local government agencies.

    Phone: (702) 954-6300

    Address: 2955 Sunset Rd #101, Las Vegas, NV 89120

    Henderson Vet Center

    Offers confidential help for Veterans, service members, and their families at no cost in a non-medical setting. Services include counseling for needs such as depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and the psychological effects of military sexual trauma (MST).

    Phone: (702) 791-9100

    Address: 400 N. Stephanie St. #180, Henderson, NV 89014

    Department of Veteran Affairs

    The United State Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides life-long healthcare services to eligible military veterans. Non-healthcare benefits include disability compensation, vocational rehabilitation, education assistance, home loans, and life insurance.

    Phone: (702) 791-9024

    Address: 6900 N. Pecos Rd., North Las Vegas, NV 89086

    VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System

    VA Southern Nevada health care teams are deeply experienced and guided by the needs of Veterans, their families, and caregivers. Find a facility near you and manage your health online (refill/track your prescription, set appointments, order hearing aid batteries, and more).

    Phone: (702) 791-9030

    Address: 1020 South Boulder Highway, Henderson, NV 89015