The Graduate Student Resource Center, founded in 2010 as the Graduate Grant Writing Center, originally served CSU graduate students who were seeking and applying for external fellowships and grants to fund their education and research. Today, the Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC) continues to provide direction with funding searches and grant writing but also provides unique opportunities for graduate student engagement and professional development.
The Center, located in historic Parker Hannifin Hall, offers information on events and issues affecting graduate students and graduate education, tutorials to help graduate students to become better writers (in partnership with CSU Writing Center), workshops to develop skills sets that enhance employability and networking events to acquaint the campus and the Greater Cleveland community with the talents of our graduate students. There are no fees for the services, workshops, events or resources offered by the GSRC.
- Free professional development workshops and events throughout each semester
- Workshops tailored to your program, by request
- A monthly newsletter highlighting news and information that may help you as you pursue your education and develop your career plans
- Information on internal CSU funding programs
- Funding Resources - fellowships and Scholarship Search Databases - Links to Databases for finding Scholarships
- One-on-one sessions (by appointment) for questions related to funding, professional development, and career development
To learn more about the Graduate Student Resource Center, please contact us:
Parker Hannifin Hall
Campus Location: 2258 Euclid Avenue, PH 300
Contact: Patricia Otcasek, GSRC Manager, to schedule an appointment