About the Program
The KeyBank Scholars Program at Cleveland State University has been implemented to support Cleveland Metropolitan School District graduates who are enrolled at the university, with the purpose of increasing the students' retention and on-time completion rates.
The KeyBank Scholars Program consists of a series of resources and programs designed to promote the development of academic, organizational, and interpersonal skills. The KeyBank Scholars Program promotes a sense of community for the CMSD graduates by creating social and cultural programming opportunities. KeyBank Scholars will have the opportunity to engage early on in their college careers by participating in a six week Summer Enrichment Transition Program (STEP), where they could earn up to 7 college credits, and qualify for a book scholarship. In addition to getting a jump start on earning college credits, the KeyBank Scholars Program participants have early access to a success network of students, faculty and staff. Participants receive year round advising and guidance to ensure that they are on track for graduation and have the necessary tools to be successful in the classroom and the workplace.
The KeyBank Scholars Program is sponsored by the KeyBank Foundation