Dean's Diversity Council

Welcome to our Resources Page

Below are some resourses you may find helpful:

Counseling & Academic Success Clinic (CASC) – CASC provides free support and coaching services to all students. Services are confidential and can assist students in effective decision making, success planning, and self-exploration in a supportive environment. Please note that CASC does not offer mental health counseling services. Location: Main Classroom 215D (Located on the 2nd floor on the northwest side of MC)

CSU Counseling Center - The Counseling Center, located on the second floor of the Union Building (1836 Euclid Avenue), Room 220, has a mission is to support and empower our diverse student community. We offer individual, group, and couples counseling, psychiatry, and ADHD/LD Assessment. We have crisis walk-in hours Monday - Friday from 1:00 - 3:00, and phone counseling is available after hours and on weekends. Our staff are LGBTQ+ affirming, and counseling is free. Our services are completely confidential except in a few unusual circumstances, such as life-threatening situations. Location: 1836 Euclid Avenue UN 220 

LGBTQ+ Student Services -  LGBTQ+ Student Services is committed to enhancing the overall educational experience of the CSU community. Providing resources, support, and educational programming that promotes the academic and personal growth and development of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning students and their allies, work to assure unrestricted access to and full involvement in all aspects of CSU, and strive to create a more inclusive and welcoming campus climate for all students. Campus Location - 1899 East 22nd Street, Main Classroom 211, Cleveland, OH 44115

Lift Up Vikes! - Lift Up Vikes! offers a convenient, dignified and compassionate process through which CSU students are connected to resources that supplement nutrition and other basic human needs as they strive to earn a college degree.

The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) - OIE works with other campus offices and members of the campus community to proactively prevent, investigate and respond to reported gender discrimination, sexual harassment or sexual violence, whether it occurs on or off campus, when it affects a student.