A partnership student intends to finish his/her associate's degree while purposefully preparing to complete a bachelor's degree at Cleveland State University.
You can apply to Cleveland State online or by downloading the undergraduate admission application. Partnership students ALSO need to download the Partnership Application Supplement Form.
In addition to the admission application and supplement form, you must also submit a copy of official transcripts for all colleges and universities attended.
Application materials may be submitted to the CSU Partnership Office in Holden University Center, 111 or mailed to:
Cleveland State University
Admission Processing Center, MC 116
2121 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115
The CSU Partnership office is open Monday-Thursday 3:30-7:30 pm and is staffed by Yvette Wilson the CSU Partnership Assistant. Our office can also be reached any time at 440-525-7471 and leave a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each partnership program is unique and allows students to complete classes in a variety of ways. Students are encouraged to meet with a CSU advisor to discuss the best options for their program. Students are able to complete the following course work through each school:
For more information please see the partnership program sheets. Please note that financial aid can only be awarded by one school each term.
You must be an admitted student to register for classes. Registration for both schools is online and requires a username and password. Use the links below to view and schedule classes.
If you are a Cleveland State partnership student enrolled in both CSU courses and partnership school courses, then you will have two separate tuition bills. Check all tuition dates and deadlines for each institution and make payment arrangements accordingly. To view the CSU fee schedule click here.
Yes. However, you can only receive financial aid from one institution-not both. Cleveland State will process your financial aid based on the number of credit hours you are enrolled in solely at Cleveland State.
Yes. Any funds above the cost of the charges on your CSU bill will be refunded to you. Refunds are given through Direct Deposit. You may use your refund to pay tuition at your partnership school or for related educational expenses. Please remember that Cleveland State will award financial aid based on the number of credit hours you are enrolled in at CSU.
Yes. As a Cleveland State University student, you may enroll in CSU courses at any of our campus locations.
Textbooks are available to purchase at the following locations:
Cleveland State University believes that academic advising is an essential component of academic engagement and success for all of our students. To schedule an appointment with your college advising office, please call the Partnership Office at 440-525-7471.
Yes. You have earned your baccalaureate degree from Cleveland State and we encourage you to participate in the CSU graduation ceremonies and celebrate your success!