Experience Cleveland

Students at Cleveland State University have opportunities to experience big city excitement just steps from campus. As an added incentive to get out and take it all in, the CSU Department of Student Life offers student discounts and free tickets to several Cleveland hot spots.

Located on the shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland is home to a vibrant arts scene, a world-renowned orchestra, a historic art museum, independent film and more. The birthplace of rock and roll, the city continues its legacy through an array of live music venues and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum. Surrounded by scenic park systems and outdoor recreation, Cleveland also offers fun opportunities to experience professional sports.

Progressive Field

Progressive Field

Home to the Cleveland Indians, fireworks, college ID nights and dollar hot dog promotions, the stadium is cool on summer nights. →

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

Cleveland is the home of rock and roll. This museum educates visitors, fans and scholars from around the world about the history and continuing significance of rock and roll music. →

East Fourth Street District

Cleveland's East 4th Street district

Live music, comedy, bowling and America's top chefs all reside down Euclid Avenue – a hop, skip and jump from campus. →

Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art

Features one of the world's most comprehensive collections of art with more than 30,000 works of art ranging over 5,000 years. →

PlayhouseSquare

PlayhouseSquare

As the country's largest performing arts center outside of New York, this performing arts center utilizes the arts to engage individuals and attract over one million guests per year. →

Quicken Loans Arena

Quicken Loans Arena

The Q is the premier sports and entertainment facility in Northeast Ohio and is home to the Cavaliers, Monsters, Gladiators as well as world-class concerts and shows. →

Cleveland Browns Stadium

Cleveland Browns Stadium

Cleveland's "Dawg Pound" fans are known world-wide for their passion and loyalty to Browns football. →

NASA Glenn Research Center

The NASA Glenn Research Center

Named after American hero and Ohioan John Glenn, this NASA center hosts several CSU engineering internship and co-op students each year. →

The Cleveland Clinic

The Cleveland Clinic

CSU students studying in health-related programs get hands-on experience at one of the country's top hospitals. →

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is home to more than 3,000 animals representing 600 species, including the largest collection of primate species in North America. →

Ohio City

The West Side Market is a landmark that celebrates Cleveland's culinary and ethnic diversity

Home to the historic West Side Market, Ohio City is a local hot spot that features a thriving retail, brewing and restaurant scene. →

Tremont Neighborhood

Tremont provides day and night activities

Tremont is one of Cleveland's oldest neighborhoods known for its numerous art galleries, Lincoln Park, historic churches, trendy restaurants and pubs. →

Warehouse District

Classic Cleveland architecture and modern city life combine in the Warehouse District

Offers exceptional restaurants, clubs, unique shops, services and apartment living. The historic Warehouse District is a charming, mixed-use neighborhood full of energy and life. →

Positively Cleveland

Cleveland's skyline defines the coastline of Lake Erie

Learn about Cleveland events, as well as places to eat, play, stay and rock. →