Cleveland State is a great metropolitan university located in the heart of downtown Cleveland. Only minutes away from a wealth of cultural institutions, professional sports teams and eclectic neighborhoods hosting special events ranging from arts-and-crafts fairs to food festivals, Cleveland State offers the opportunity to live, study, work and play in a vibrant downtown setting.
Fall 2014 Housing Applications are now available online!
The online application has been updated and Fall 2014 housing applications are now being accepted for Returning as well as New students. If you are a returning student, click here to learn about the Room Selection process.
Are you a Cleveland State University student taking classes during the Summer? Click here for information regarding living on campus!
Are you college student with an internship in the Cleveland Area? Cleveland State can offer you affordable housing for the summer. Click here to learn more about the Summer College Internship program.
Are you a group having a conference in Downtown Cleveland this summer? Cleveland State offers affordable housing for your group! Click here to learn more about Summer Conference Housing. NOTE: Summer Conference housing runs between May 24 - August 9, 2014.
Attention Fall 2013/Spring 2014 Students
Health Insurance Requirement: New for 2013-2014
The University is committed to student success. Your health and wellbeing impacts your ability to complete your coursework and graduate on time. In support of your success, the Department of Residence Life encourages you to take full responsibility for your health and understands access to health insurance is necessary to be able to do so. Therefore, each student living in a residence hall is required to provide proof of health insurance coverage prior to moving in.
Click here to view the 2014-2015 Resident Handbook
Click here to view the 2014-2015 Terms and Conditions of the Housing Contract.
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H1N1 Information for Residents:
Swine flu cases have been reported in all regions of the United States. Check the American Campus Communities website for more information about swine flu and ways you can help prevent the spread.