Cleveland State University

Cleveland State was established as a state university in 1964 and has continued to grow since. Today, more than 1,000 courses support 200 major fields of study at the bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and law degree levels, as well as professional certificate and continuing education programs. As nearly 90 percent of Cleveland State's students work full- or part-time, flexible academic programming and convenient class times are offered. Of Cleveland State's 16,000 students, approximately one third are in graduate-level programs and about half attend on a part-time basis. Courses of instruction leading to degrees are offered in six undergraduate colleges: the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences; the Nance College of Business Administration; the Fenn College of Engineering; the College of Education and Human Services, the College of Science, the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, the College of Graduate Studies and Research and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Cleveland State also has extended campuses in Westlake and in Solon, where students have access to the same quality education and faculty as they have downtown.


Address: 
2121 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Phone: 
216.687.2000
Code: 
CLEV
Campus Code: 
CLEV
University ID: 
202 134
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Degrees
Bachelor's Degree
Doctoral Degree - professional practice
Doctoral Degree - research/scholarship
Master's Degree
Post Baccalaureate Degree
Post-master's Degree
Admissions
Open admission policy: 
No
Completion of college-preparatory program: 
Required
Admission test scores: 
Required
Undergraduate Enrollment: 
9 808
Costs
In-state Tuition Cost (Full time): 
9 696
Out-of-state Tuition Cost (Full Time): 
12 938
Books and Supplies: 
800
On-campus Room and Board: 
12 500
Total Cost (on-campus, in-state): 
26 436
Total Cost on-campus (out-of-state): 
29 678
Graduate in-state tuition (Full Time): 
9 625
Graduate out-of-state tuition (Full Time): 
18 040