CSU aids local ecomomy
A recent study published by Cleveland State University researchers found that the university contributed $679 million and 6,739 jobs to the local economy during the 2013-2014 academic year.
MUST extends its reach to veterans
The Master of Urban and Secondary Teaching Program (MUST) at Cleveland State University have teamed up with the Veteran Student Success Center to expand the center's accessibility to veterans.
Trustees approve Mather renovation contract
At their Jan. 21 meeting Cleveland State University's Board of Trustees authorized the renovation of the historic Mather Masion.
University implements new ethics and compliance tool
Cleveland State University has launched an anonymous system for reporting ethics and compliance issues from sexual harassment to plagiarism.
Cleveland-Marshall Law debunks admission myths
The Cleveland-Marshall College of Law faculty and students will hold a panel-stlye workshop Tuesday, March 3 to help undergraduate students understand the process of attending law school.
Scuba for Diabetes set for natatorium March 1
The 17th annual Scuba for Diabetes will take place Sunday March 1 at the Cleveland State University Robert F. Busbey Natatorium. Sponors plan to raise $15,000 in an effort to help spread awareness of and education about diabetes.
Regennia Williams talks CSU 50th anniversary book and celebration
Associate Professor Regennia Williams, author of "Cleveland State University: 50 years," shares her experience writing about Cleveland State University's history.