Cleveland State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (14)
Cleveland State helped me to become the professional I am today. The professors taught the accounting courses with a focus towards students pursuing the CPA exam. I am now CPA and thanks to the schools focus on networking as well, I have a great career in a Fortune 500 company.
I enjoyed Cleveland State University due to its diversity of students and student activities. CSU also has partnerships with hospitals in the area which makes it easy to find employment. The only issue I had were that my graduating class basically were guinea pigs for the new curriculum. Hopefully our input improved the program even more!
CSU is an amazing school for business students. The professors are real life and give you real life examples. The school itself is clean and state of the art. All services you can have through the school was helpful and devoted to helping you get where you need to be for graduation, career, information.
Cleveland State University is a very unique institution. It is placed almost in the middle of downtown Cleveland and provides you with all the entertainment you could ask for. I will complete my Bachelor's of Science in Chemistry in May 2017 then I will go on to pharmacy school with hopes of becoming a clinical pharmacist. Cleveland State's professors have prepared me very well for my future career, and I think they played a big part in helping me do very well on my PCAT exam. Most of the professors in the Chemistry department are currently conducting cutting edge research of their own which makes them very knowledgeable and engaged in the courses they are teaching. Cleveland State's advisers make scheduling a breeze and they make sure you take all of the courses needed to complete your specific degree. I am very pleased with my decision to attend Cleveland State because I know they have equipped me with a solid base of knowledge that I will need for my future.
CSU isn't a bad university - it's just that there are better options for the cost. If you're considering CSU - I implore you to consider 2 years at Tric C first and then applying to a well known online program like WGU that will cost less and give you a better education
This is a local commuter school that has made a lot of structural improvements in more recent years. They do not offer much in terms of career services, but they have a wide variety of degree programs available in-person and online. The school is getting better, but there are still many challenges.
CSU is a great, smaller college for students that want a decent education for cheaper. The staff in the business building are very kind and caring and try their best to get you as far as possible while obtaining your degree. They advertise co-ops, internships, and they help place you once you're completed with your degree. Overall, a good education for the money.
Its an urban college. The campus is expanding, and becoming more of a less commuter college. Many majors and minors to pick from.
I appreciated the accessibility of professors regarding their classes. Each professor made a true effort, and it was obvious that they cared deeply about subject matter and students. Cleveland State was far less expensive than Rutgers, from which I transferred, and was a far better value and investment.
The program I attended was different than almost any program in the country. I also had an assistantship that helped me to pay for college. The professors were not only knowledgeable but honest about my progress and what I needed to work on personally and professionally in order to do well after I earned the degree. I took their advice and it is still paying off today. I am very happy with my career choice and give a great amount of credit to my Cleveland State education and to the network of peers that I met while a student in the program.