Cleveland State University started the 2015 fall semester with the largest freshman class in the school’s history.
1,850 first-year students began classes this week.
CSU officials say freshman enrollment has doubled since 2010 and increased by nearly 15 percent since last year.
“CSU has become a top destination in Northeast Ohio for higher education because of our urban setting and our commitment to providing students an experience that links classroom learning and internships to career opportunities,” said CSU President Ronald M. Berkman.
The class of 2019 is also among the most diverse in CSU history with more than 30 percent of incoming freshmen identifying themselves as being from multicultural or underrepresented backgrounds.