Greater Cleveland Partnership spearheads scholarships for Levin College of Urban Affairs students
A new scholarship fund created in honor of longtime civic leader Joe Roman will provide support to CSU undergraduate and graduate students who are studying economic development or urban planning at CSU’s Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs.
The Joe Roman Economic Development Scholarship Fund, initiated by Greater Cleveland Partnership board members, is a renewable scholarship that may be applied to tuition, books, room and board or other fees, with preference given to students who are residents of the City of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio.
The first allocation of support was distributed this fall with CSU students selected as scholarship recipients designated as Joe Roman Scholars.
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