Mission: The Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University is a nationally recognized institution dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, and service, actively engaged in improving opportunities for the citizens of the Greater Cleveland region and the state of Ohio.
Vision: The Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University is a nationally recognized home of thought leaders in the area of urban policy and public management who transfer and extend that knowledge through teaching, research, and service.
Core Values: The Levin College community—faculty, staff , and students—values creating and transmitting knowledge, intellectual freedom and debate, collaboration, and engagement. Our community values diversity in all of its forms— demographic, disciplinary, and methodological—because diverse perspectives lead to knowledge creation and meaningful debate.
Promises: The faculty and staff of the Levin College of Urban Affairs make two promises:
• The Levin College will develop and support thought leaders in the areas of urban policy and public management;
• The Levin College will prepare students to change America’s cities.
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