Posted February 16, 2017 in Articles
CSU has earned national recognition for its pioneering efforts to improve educational opportunity for foster care youth – one of the least likely populations to attend college. Those efforts received a significant boost with a $1 million gift by local philanthropists Barbara and Frank Sullivan.
The funds are being used to create The Pratt Center – Fostering Success and Leadership, which will provide greatly expanded academic support services and personal and professional development activities for the more than 70 CSU students who have exited foster care.
The center builds on the highly successful Sullivan/Deckard Scholars Opportunity program which provides scholarships for... read more
Posted January 20, 2017 in Articles
With a $50,000 gift, David J. ('76 BBA, '80 MBA) and Anne T. ('77 BS) Fornari established The Fornari Family Foundation Scholarship Fund in the Monte Ahuja College of Business to support academically successful seniors... read more
Posted December 16, 2016 in Articles
Cleveland State University alumni John and Patricia Thompson have made a $100,000 gift to the university to support the creation of the John and Patricia Thompson GRHD Seminar Series hosted at CSU’s Center for Gene... read more
Posted December 09, 2016 in Articles
The strong partnership between CSU, the Cleveland Foundation and the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) continues to provide educational opportunity. Recent Cleveland Foundation awards to CSU include:
A grant to support the Teaching Fellows Program in... read more
Posted November 22, 2016 in Articles
Cleveland State was one of just nine colleges and universities nationwide honored by University Business magazine with a 2016 Models of Excellence award, which recognizes innovative approaches to encouraging and nurturing student success.
CSU was saluted... read more