The Cleveland State campus consists of 85 acres - the largest footprint in downtown Cleveland - with 40 buildings used for teaching, research, housing, administration, and recreation. Nineteen-story Rhodes Tower houses the University Library, classrooms, and many faculty offices, and is a striking feature on the Cleveland skyline. University buildings feature a blend of old and new architectural styles, with historic landmark Mather Mansion and newly renovated Fenn Tower sharing the stage with such modern facilities as the new Student Recreation Center. Building Blocks for the Future, a $200 million master plan, is bringing many new buildings to campus, including homes for our College of Graduate Studies and College of Education and Human Services.
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