RESOURCES THAT MAKE CAMPUS LIFE EASIER
We couldn’t possibly include ALL resources and services. We hope you discover them yourself during your college journey. CSU has everything you need to succeed if you look for it and take advantage!
A Viking Card is your official campus identification card. It’s required for all active members of the CSU community. You’ll need your Viking Card for everything – for your parking permit, accessing garages, the Rec Center, athletic events, the library, to borrow a laptop, for your meal plan and so much more! Learn more.
VikingCash is an online spending account that allows you to use your Viking Card for campus purchases. VikingCash balances stay on your account from semester to semester and year to year as long as you are registered at CSU. VikingCash is not accepted for tuition or fees. Learn more.
HOW TO ACCESS COMPUTER LABS AND BORROW A LAPTOP
General purpose computer labs are open to all students and include PCs and Macs. CSU’s campus is wireless, so students are encouraged to use their own laptops and connect to our network CSUwireless.
- Berkman Hall (BH)
- Michael Schwartz Library, Rhodes Tower (RT)
- College of Business (BU)
- Fenn Tower (FT)
- Additional labs are available for students as needed in specific academic programs
Laptop Loaner Program
Currently registered students in good standing with the university can borrow laptops, tablets and graphing calculators for up to four days at no cost. Availability is first come, first served.
Visit Mobile Campus in the Student Center (SC) to register and check out a device.
HEALTH & WELLNESS SERVICES
CSU Health & Wellness Services is a nationally accredited medical facility located in the heart of campus, for easy access to primary and same day care, women’s health care, counseling, limited in-house pharmacy and laboratory services, allergy shots and immunizations, anonymous HIV testing, health educational programming and more. Learn more.
Call 216-687-3649 to schedule an appointment or stop by the clinic located in the Center for Innovations in Medical Professions (CIMP), room 205.
Student Health Insurance Plans
CSU offers student health insurance for those not currently covered or if your plan is with an HMO or restricted PPO outside of the Cleveland area. Our plan also covers students studying abroad. Learn more.
Log onto CampusNet to purchase your plan. You can find it under the Personal Data tab.
The Counseling Center offers free personal counseling to CSU students. The center is staffed by licensed mental health professionals and advanced graduate students under the close supervision of the professional staff. Services are confidential, within ethical and legal professional limits. Learn more.
Call 216-687-2277 to make an appointment.
The Testing Center administers, proctors and scores a wide range of exams for the CSU community and others in the region. Learn more.
The Office of Disability coordinates accommodations for individuals with disabilities which range from learning disabilities, chronic health conditions, attention deficit disorders, psychological conditions, visual impairments, mobility impairments, hearing impairments and everything in between.
Students seeking accommodations must submit their request through Disability Services to determine eligibility and create a plan that ensures the student receives equal access and participation in the CSU community. Learn more.
TUTORING AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER (TASC)
TASC offers free academic support for all CSU undergrads. It’s not just tutoring – it’s supplemental instruction, success coaching, learning how to strengthen your study habits, note-taking and so much more. Take your grades from “OK” to “A.” Learn more.
Stop by Berkman Hall (BH), room 233 early and often!
TRIO/Student Support Services
Are you a first-generation college student? Sometimes being the first in your family to chart a new course comes with challenges. TRIO/SSS is a great resource with staff to guide you as you transition to CSU. Learn more.
Lift Up Vikes (LUV)
CSU’s on-campus food pantry located in Berkman Hall (BH), room 122, connects students with resources that supplement nutrition and other basic human needs. Students must complete a one-time contact and agreement form prior to using the pantry. Once the form is processed, students can “shop” during open pantry hours. Learn more.