Cleveland State University’s Record-Breaking Freshman Class!
Over 1900 first-year students were enrolled for the first day of fall semester.
Cleveland State broke records last week at the beginning of its fall semester, welcoming 1,900 first-year students. This historic high marks the largest incoming freshmen class at CSU and includes a 5 percent increase from 2015. Students have noted the university’s developing urban campus, connection to the downtown community, and affordability as some of the draws for choosing CSU. In regards to the increased student enrollment, CSU President Ronald M. Berkman said: “Nationally, urban universities are experiencing growth because of the real-world opportunities and linkages they offer, and this is boosted even more by the momentum that is unique to Cleveland right now.”
Read more in the press release here.