Graduate Student Resource Center

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of resources and services are available to students through the Graduate Student Resource Center? 
The Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC) sponsors workshops, events, and activities which support the professional and career development of CSU graduate students.  Center staff will assist you in identifying campus partners and resources; participating in programming and workshops; utilizing online resources; and staying current with news and information as found in our monthly newsletter, Graduate Student News, the official newsletter of the the College of Graduate Studies.  
 

Who can access the services and programs of the GSRC?
All graduate students who are currently enrolled at Cleveland State University.
 

How do I find information about the graduate student workshops.
All workshops are free to CSU graduate students and the entire CSU community.   View our current schedule and register for  workshops here.
 

How do I join the Graduate Student Association (GSA) and other CSU organizations?
Click here for GSA membership information and to access OrgSync.  Contact the CSU Department of Student Life for further information about OrgSync.
 

Can I have my research featured in a CSU Grad Student publication?
Contact the GSRC for further information and availability.
 

Where can I search for grant funding sources? 
Federal government databases are available online and linked below.  Visit the Foundation Center library for additional resources related to funding, grant searches. and training.

Foundation Center  (Foundation Center is located in Playhouse Square) 1422 Euclid Avenue, Suite 1600, Cleveland, Ohio
Telephone:  216.861.1933

Funding Resources

Office of Research


How do I contact the Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC)?
Call, email, or visit in-person:

Campus Location: Parker Hannifin Hall, 2258 Euclid Avenue, PH 300
Phone:  216.687.3536
E-mail:   engagedgrad@csuohio.edu
Contact:  Patricia Otcasek, MBA
Manager, Graduate Student Resource Center, College of Graduate Studies