The Cleveland State University Alumni Association has created this site especially for alumni who have received their degree within the past 5 years. As young alumni you are an important part of the CSU alumni family! Here you will find links and information specifically relevant to your post-college life.
The Alumni Association understands that you are trying to adjust to the “real world” and put your degree to work for you. Staying connected to your alma mater will not only benefit and strengthen Cleveland State, but it will also enrich your life. So check out the site, and please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions.
A complete guide to everything you need to know to take advantage of the great opportunities the Alumni Association provides you as a graduate. Download the Alumni Guide now!
If you have any questions about Young Alumni programming or have an idea for an event, contact Kathleen Kulik, Coordinator of Young Alumni Engagement, at email@example.com.
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The CSU Alumni Association wants to hear from you. Contact us with information updates, announcements, and professional or personal accomplishments. Submit information now!
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The CSU Alumni Association welcomes the participation of volunteers in leadership and supporting roles. If you are interested in volunteering or hosting an alumni program please explore the available opportunities.
Making a contribution to the Cleveland State University Annual Fund not only provides educational accessibility for students, but also ensures institutional excellence that will maintain the reputation of your degree. We understand that as a young alumnus/na money can be tight with student loan payments, a new job, new adult purchases, and maybe even graduate school. The good news is that you don’t have to give a lot to make an impact. Why not start by celebrating you? Donate in honor of your class year, for example $20.10 for those that graduated in 2010. That’s less than you probably spend for a night out on the town, so why not give back.
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