Cleveland State University continues to move forward with their commitment to provide all students with the resources necessary for success. This same commitment is present within the Viking Swim and Dive community. The University is currently making significant investments in much needed renovations to our nationally-recognized Busbey Natatorium. As the University affords our swim and dive programs with a state-of-the-art training facility, we ask you for your continued financial support. Your investment in this “Enhancement Campaign” will provide our swim and dive student-athletes with upgraded facilities necessary to compete for our next Horizon League Championship. The swim and dive family has been steadfast in supplementing the programs’ budget, and your continued support will contribute to the transformational experience of our student-athletes.
Use the secure form below to make a gift to Cleveland State Swimming and Diving using your MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express card. If you experience difficulties with the form or have further questions, please contact the Foundation Office at email@example.com. Thank you!
If you have a lane, you have a chance. Chances just look at little different in 2020.— CSU Swim & Dive (@CSU_SwimDive) September 8, 2020
Grateful for these lanes while ours are under renovation 💚
Wash your hands 🧼
Wear your mask 😷
Social Distance 6️⃣👣#OneTeamOneFamily#attitudeofgratitude pic.twitter.com/d7KlOAdkcU
🤩Day 1 of school!! 🥳— CSU Swim & Dive (@CSU_SwimDive) August 24, 2020
Our classrooms may look different but our goals are still the same!! 🤓Don’t change your goal, change your approach!
🖥💻Can you guess who’s work station belongs to who on our team??
💚We are #OneTeamOneFamily & we are going to CRUSH our goals pic.twitter.com/wbWaCaC7x9
🏊♂️Junior Timothy Kubacki was named the @HorizonLeague Co-Male Scholar-Athlete of the 2019-20 Winter Season Thursday. While this is Kubacki's first honor, it is the 3rd straight year that a Viking swimmer has earned this major award 📚https://t.co/9ii7bGuzfG#OneTeamOneFamily pic.twitter.com/FWDQmVlelm— CSU Swim & Dive (@CSU_SwimDive) April 16, 2020