CSU reaccredited by Higher Learning Commission
Cleveland State University has been fully reaccredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) for the next 10 years — an affirmation of the quality of its educational programs and services.
The university was evaluated on its mission, integrity, teaching and learning, as well as institutional effectiveness and met all 77 elements of the comprehensive evaluation, a four-year process that includes rigorous peer review, institutional evaluation and a site visit.
In its final report, the HLC noted: “CSU’s long-standing partnerships with the city as well as the region demonstrate the institution’s commitment to the public good. CSU 2.0 also articulates the university’s ongoing commitment to serve a broad cross-section of students, to engage the surrounding communities through its teaching and research, and to provide economic benefits to the region.”
Alumnus served as team physician at 2022 Winter Olympics
Dr. Paul Infield (BS ‘09) is a chiropractor based in Euclid, Ohio, but his work took him to the other side of the world for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing.
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Single mom overcomes battery of obstacles on her way to a degree
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