A recent survey found that almost half the student population at the college’s three campuses reported being unable to purchase food at times.
The demonstrations, part of a global protest, are aimed at highlighting the threat of climate change three days before the U.N. Climate Action Summit in New York City.
A state board on Wednesday gave the school’s new owners until February to gather documents necessary to renew its license to operate.
Representatives from more than 40 colleges and universities will be at a college recruiting fair Saturday at Doolittle Community Center.
The housing is needed to accommodate the school’s growing student population, President Bart Patterson said in his “State of the College” address on Tuesday.
Clark County School District officials touted successes in the state’s new star ratings on Monday, celebrating its highest-performing schools and those that improved most.
The career college may lose its license to operate in Nevada after a report to the Commission on Postsecondary Education recommended denying its renewal request.
The two-year contract, which includes a 3 percent raise and a 4 percent increase in monthly health care contributions, averted a threatened teachers strike.
Shani Coleman, deputy director of government affairs, and Deacon Thomas Roberts, CEO of Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, will represent the city on the new panel.