Welcome to our Strategic Priorities Hub!
Cleveland State University is preparing for an exciting future by focusing its resources on 7 key priorities outlined in our Statement of Strategic Priorities. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the University were cordially invited to learn more at a series of Town Hall meetings. Additional presentations were conducted at a regularly scheduled MASA meeting and a student luncheon.
A Strategic Priorities Steering Committee has been formed to steer this effort, and various sub-committees are tackling the directional goals in support of the 7 priorities. More information on the progress of these efforts will be available on this site following the Town Hall meetings.
Strategic Priorities Steering Committee
Jianping Zhu – Provost (Chair)
Richard Freeland – Advisor, former President, Northeastern University
Jeanell Hughes – Chief Talent Officer
Rob Spademan - Interim Vice President Enrollment, Chief Marketing Officer
Lee Fisher – Dean, Cleveland Marshall College of Law
Colleen McMahon – Associate Professor, Psychology
Allyson Robichaud – Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Philosophy and Comparative Religion
Roland Anglin – Dean, Levin College of Urban Studies
Bill Bowen – President, Faculty Senate
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Read the full Statement of Strategic Priorities here:
Statement of Strategic Priorities
Empowering Students. Creating Knowledge. Engaging Communities. Shaping Our World.
We will be a nationally recognized and student-focused public research institution that provides accessible, affordable, and Engaged Learning opportunities for all. We will be both:
- An anchor institution for Northeast Ohio, recognized for cutting-edge research, creative activity, and innovative collaborations that drive economic development and enrich the lives of our students and citizens, and;
- A beacon institution whose vitality attracts diverse and talented students, faculty, and staff from within and outside the region, thereby enhancing our distinctive and inclusive living, learning, and working environments.