We envision a unified campus that physically connects and serves as an integral part of the living and learning experience, a place where students, faculty, and staff find that ingenious balance between challenge and support.
Case Western Reserve University is in the midst of dramatic transformation. In his inaugural address on January 30, 2003, President Edward Hundert set forth a bold vision for Case, outlining a plan for our University to become the world’s most powerful learning environment. He stressed the value of connections, called for experiential, interdisciplinary approaches to living, learning, and research, and encouraged the University to forge productive partnerships with its neighboring institutions. This Master Plan advocates a twenty-first-century vision for a research university that will transform both the people who learn, work, and discover here and the diverse society it serves.