Graduate Admissions

Transient Students

There are two categories of transient students:

  1. Those enrolled in a graduate program at another college or university who wish to undertake a limited amount of graduate work at Cleveland State University; and
     
  2. Those enrolled in a graduate degree program at Cleveland State who wish to do a limited amount of graduate work at another institution. At Cleveland State University, a transient student is subject to the same academic regulations that govern Cleveland State degree, certificate, and licensure students.

Students Enrolled At Another University, Wanting to Take CSU Classes

Students enrolled in a graduate program at another college or university who wish to undertake a limited amount of graduate work at Cleveland State University must complete the home institution's Graduate Transient Application form and receive approval from the home institution to enroll for specified courses. The approval form and the completed CSU Enrollment Services Transient Student Enrollment Request Form
should be forwarded to the Office of the University Registrar. Admission as a transient student is valid for one semester only. A new application is required prior to registration if the student wishes this status to be extended for another academic term.

Students Enrolled At CSU, Wanting to Take Classes elsewhere

A student enrolled in a graduate degree program at Cleveland State who wishes to do a limited amount of graduate work at another institution is required to consult with his or her program advisor and/or department chair and complete a Cleveland State University Graduate Student Transient Approval Form. Only students who are in good academic standing in their degree programs qualify for transient student status.
A transient student is subject to the same academic regulations that govern Cleveland State degree, certificate, and licensure students.

Forms may be downloaded at http://www.csuohio.edu/gradcollege/students/guest/