Geddes is right. Over the next two years, the four northern schools lose $12.8 million in both fiscal year 2014 and fiscal year 2015 and the three southern schools basically receive that money from the North (according to the Nevada System of Higher Education: check out the numbers in Appendix C
). University of Nevada, Las Vegas gets $1,016,520, College of Southern Nevada gets $8,192,851, and Nevada State College gets $3,594,757.
Why does CSN get the lion's share?
"Historically, CSN has been the most underfunded institution in the system," Klaich said in an interview with the Sun.