TITLE IX | SEXUAL MISCONDUCT
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded education programs and activities.
The law states: "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance."
For more information, go to: http://www.csuohio.edu/titleix/titleix
CSU Health & Wellness Services
2112 Euclid Avenue
Center for Innovations in Medical Professions (CIMP), room 205
The Health & Wellness Center offers a wealth of services ranging from general medical care to education and treatment specifically for women and can take care of almost all of your healthcare needs. Services are low-cost to no-cost and confidential. Services are by appointment only.
Topics and services covered include:
- Activity Guide
- Breast Health
- Emergency Contraception (Plan B)
- Feminine Hygiene
- Healthy Eating consultations
- The Pap Test
- Your First Pelvic Exam
If you are new to CSU or would just like someone to walk with you to the University Health & Wellness Center, a representative from the Women's Center would be happy to accompany you. For a full list of services please visit the Health & Wellness Services Website or stop by.
CSU Counseling Center
Union Building (UN) 220
1836 Euclid Ave.
The CSU Counseling Center offers a wide array of services and programs,
including individual personal, academic, and career counseling. They also offer workshops
that address a variety of topics such as study skills, adjusting to college life, anger management, stress management, and assertiveness (among others). Most of the Counseling Center services are free to students and sessions are confidential. An appointment for services can be made by calling 216-687-2277 or stopping by 1235 Rhodes Tower. A staff member from the Women's Center is willing to assist you in scheduling an initial appointment or to accompany you to your appointment at the Counseling Center. For a full list of services please visit the Counseling Center Website or stop by.
Campus Police & Safety Escorts
Chester Building Annex (CS) 103
Non- Emergency: 216.687.2020
There's no need to walk to your car alone!
The CSU Police, Security Officers and Safety Escorts are here for you 24/7. Call 216.687.2020 for Safety Escorts and non-emergencies. Emergency: 911. From Cell Phone: 911 and ask to be connected to CSU Police.To read about other programs and services offered please visit the CSU Police Website.
CSU Office of Undergraduate Admission
Thinking of returning to school? The first step is to APPLY! Visit the Office of
Admission to learn about the great programs CSU has to offer, apply, take a campus tour and then visit the Women's Center to
introduce yourself and let us know how we can help you make the most of your CSU experience.
Euclid Commons (EC) 198
Women's & Gender Studies Academic Program
Cleveland State University offers both a major and minor in Women's Studies. Please call (216) 687-4675 or visit the Women's & Gender Studies page for more information.
Tutoring & Academic Success Center
Have a quick question? Totally lost in a class? Wish you had better note-taking skills? Never fear, the Tutoring & Academic Success Center is here! TASC offers one-to-one tutoring, walk-in tutoring, eTutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI) and Structured Learning Assistance (SLA). Over 800 students are currently signed-up for ongoing tutoring sessions because it works!
SI- Supplemental Instruction courses provide additional academic support to over 100 sections of CSU courses. SI courses incorporate an SI Leader, usually a student peer or graduate student, into the course. The SI Leader attends all course lectures and then conducts 2-4 review sessions each week.
SLA- Structured Learning Assistance provides additional support like SI, with two key differences:
- SLA review sessions are built into the course, the way a lab session is built into a science course. When you enroll in an SLA-supported course, you also enroll in the review session, but at no extra cost.
- SLA courses have an attendance policy for the review sessions. All students attend SLA sessions at the start of the term. Continued attendance becomes mandatory for the students who are below the expected performance goal set by the course instructor.
If you would like someone to assist you in starting tutoring, a representative from the Women’s Center is happy to help.
For a full list of tutoring services please visit:
Berkman Hall (BH) 233 TASC