Cleveland State University
Cleveland State University, at Cleveland, Ohio; coeducational; founded 1964, incorporating Fenn College (est. 1923). The Cleveland-Marshall School of law was incorporated in 1969. The university presently consists of seven colleges, including arts and sciences, business administration, engineering, education, law, graduate studies, and urban affairs.
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