Cleveland State University's 85-acre urban campus is located in the heart of Cleveland and features a vibrant campus life.
With more than $500 million in new construction and building renovations, CSU has developed a student experience that is second to none and features student services, new buildings, modern classrooms, state-of-the-art technology, tasty eating options and some of the finest student residence halls in the country.
The All-in-1 office assists students with any and all enrollment services matters and empowers them to manage their academic lives. →
This 138,000 square-foot living room for students is a hub of activity on campus that is home to a bookstore, student club offices, a game room, computer lab, six eateries, a ballroom and more! →
There are more than 200 student clubs to become a part of at CSU – and if you can't find one you like, we'll help you start your own! →
According to a recent survey, the new CSU residence halls were named one of the top ten best college dorms in the country in student satisfaction. Rooms feature private bedrooms and bathrooms and more! →
Admission to CSU's state-of-the-art Recreation Center is FREE for enrolled students. →
The CSU Arts Campus resides in PlayhouseSquare – the second largest performing arts district in the country. →
Home to CSU Vikings basketball and hosts major national concerts and events. →
Quiznos, Bar Uno, Chop'd & Wrap'd, Elements Bistro and Viking Marketplace are just a few of more than 10 tasty dining options across campus. →
Nothing is more important to CSU than the safety of its students. CSU has its own police force that patrols campus on foot, by bicycle and by car 24 hours a day, seven days a week. →
CSU is home to nine nationally recognized fraternities and six sororities, as well as local fraternities and sororities. →
The Veteran Student Success Program at CSU features special services, specifically for veterans, that ease the transition from military to college life. →
CSU's commitment to sustainability is underscored by 22 acres of urban green space, five new LEED-certified buildings, recycling programs, food composting, energy research and green academic majors. →