Apr 4 - Honors Day

Central State University will celebrate the scholastic achievements of its best and brightest students in this annual recognition ceremony.  Student scholars from all four of the University's colleges, earning a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 will be formally recognized.  The event will take place on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 10 a.m in the Paul Robeson Cultural & Performing Arts Center, Auditorium. Come join the administration, faculty, staff and the families of these students in celebrating, commending and encouraging their continued academic success.

Apr 7 - Community & Schools Land-Grant Day

Experience CSU Community & Schools Land-Grant Day with demos, exhibits and panel discussions.

This spring, we’re rolling out our maroon and gold carpet and inviting local residents and beyond.

Experience hands-on learning activities in STEM-Ag, register for STEM Residential Camps – Grades 6-12, learn about global research projects affecting local communities, participate in onsite lab demonstrations, listen in on panel discussions from students in STEM, gain insight on bolstering student success by leading.

All are welcome and admission is free!

For more information, visit the CSU Community & Schools Land-Grant Day page.

Apr 8 - Minority, Women & Small Farmers' Conference

Central State University Extension and the Central State Campus Community welcome the Second Annual Minority, Women & Small Farmers' Conference!

Through workshops, exhibits and presentations, you’ll gather techniques and resources to help improve your small farm operations. Network and strengthen existing partnerships with other small farm professionals, and take home new ideas to help ensure you not only survive, but thrive in today’s economy.

For more information, please visit the Minority, Women & Small Farmers' Conference page.

Apr 8 - Open House

Central State University Open House
Saturday, April 8, 2017
9 am

The Open House allows prospective students to get admissions and financial aid information, tour campus and Central State’s residence halls and get a close look at the University’s academic programs. Faculty will be on hand to answer questions. Students will be able to get accepted on the spot if they have applied in advance and bring a copy of their transcript and ACT or SAT scores.

To register, go to:


May 5 - Baccalaureate Service

Baccalaureate Service
Paul Robeson Cultural & Performing Arts Center
5 pm