Cleveland State University

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Cleveland State, located in the heart of Cleveland Ohio, was established as a state university in 1964. The campus consists of 85 acres and 40 buildings in downtown Cleveland as well as campuses located in Westlake and Solon (suburbs of Cleveland). Cleveland is located on the south shore of Lake Erie, about 350 km from Niagara Fall, Ontario, and 310 km from Buffalo, New York.

Areas of Expertise

There are over 70 undergraduate programs, 35 master’s-level programs, two advanced degrees in law, six doctorates, two education specialist degrees, and joint law-business (JD/MBA) and law-public administration (JD/MPA) degrees.

On Campus Housing

There is on-campus housing for students at Cleveland State.

Incoming Students

Orientation is a mandatory program for all first-year students at Cleveland State. Topics covereed during orientation include

Career Planning

There is a Career Services Centre at Cleveland State, which produces programs such as a career week and online resources.


There are a wide array of clubs as well as fraternities and sororities for students to become involved in.

Modified on March 10, 2005