Cleveland State University is right in the heart of downtown Cleveland! It’s fun, cool, exciting, and great for your career. Especially if you take advantage of the more than 3,000 internships and co-ops – many with Fortune 500 companies – available through CSU!
I focus on high schools in Shaker and Solon in Cuyahoga County as well as other Northeast Ohio counties.
Favorite place on campus: My favorite place on campus is hands-down the state of the art REC Center. I go there every day. It’s clean, plays great music on Viking Radio, and provides a great overall environment to hit the weights, play basketball or get your cardio on!
Why choose CSU?: The best reason to choose CSU, in my opinion, is the location. We’re right in the heart of downtown Cleveland! It’s fun, cool, exciting, and great for your career. Especially if you take advantage of the more than 3,000 internships and co-ops – many with Fortune 500 companies – available through CSU!
Best advice for the college search: My best advice for the college search is to tour and research a wide variety of schools. Check out: private, public and community colleges to see which one fits your needs, goals and values. Just make sure they have your major!
Favorite class in college: My favorite class in college, since I was a History Major, was my Senior Thesis class in which I had to write an 85+ page report on the topic of: Nazi Propaganda.
Best question to ask on a college tour: The best question to ask on a college tour is: What is most unique about your institution? What separates your institution from the others?
Favorite CSU tradition: My favorite CSU tradition is CSU’s involvement with the city of downtown Cleveland. Cleveland literally is our campus here at CSU. I hope you take advantage!
Favorite CSU Fun fact: Our brand new Center for Innovations in Health Professions will have brand new, state of the art technology that includes: a manikin that gives birth to other manikins! This is a great, hands-on way for young medical professions to learn how to deliver babies before they are actually in the hospital.