Chicago State University

Chicago State University is a predominantly black public university in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1867 as the Cook County Normal School, it was an innovative teachers college. Eventually the... Wikipedia

  • Former name:  Cook County Normal School (1867–1897), Chicago Normal School (1897–1938), Chicago Teachers College (1938–1967), Chicago State College (1967–1971)
  • Type:  Public university
  • Established:  September 2, 1867
  • Academic affiliations:  TMCF, Space-grant
  • Endowment:  $5,157,070
  • President:  Zaldwaynaka L. Scott
  • Academic staff:  260
  • Students:  2,620 (Fall 2021)
  • Undergraduates:  1,654
  • Postgraduates:  966
  • Campus:  Urban
  • Colors:  Green, black, white
  • Mascot:  Cougar
  • Website:  www.csu.edu
  • Data source:  Duck Go
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