Support for Local Students
As part of our continuing commitment to students in our own community, Case Western Reserve makes several scholarship opportunities available to students in Cleveland and East Cleveland.
Any student who completes Case Western Reserve University's Envoys program and is admitted to Case Western Reserve as a first-year student receives a full-tuition four-year scholarship. Envoys is a three-year (including summers) immersive high school STEM education, training and college preparatory program that includes progressive and intensive research, mentorship and STEM coursework offered free of charge. Envoy Scholars are required to reside in university housing.
The Provost Scholars Program is a partnership between Case Western Reserve and East Cleveland City Schools in which East Cleveland middle and high school students are matched with CWRU faculty and staff mentors to improve students’ academic and career outcomes. Students who complete Case Western Reserve University’s Provost Scholars Program and are admitted to Case Western Reserve as first-year students receive a full-tuition four-year scholarship. Provost Scholars are required to reside in university housing.
Cleveland Metropolitan School District or East Cleveland City Schools students who are admitted to Case Western Reserve as first-year students receive a full-tuition four-year scholarship. Students must have attended a CMSD or East Cleveland City School for their final two years of high school. Cleveland Scholars are required to reside in university housing.
Joan C. Edwards Scholarship
Students at the Cleveland School of Science and Medicine with an interest in becoming a physician are considered for the Joan C. Edwards Scholarship. The scholarship provides for a four-year scholarship consisting of full tuition, room, board, fees, books and personal expenses, as well as conditional admission to the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine; a full tuition medical school scholarship and a $20,000 per year stipend.
To be considered, apply for either the Early Action or Early Decision 1 decision plan and indicate an interest in a career in medicine. Semifinalists are notified in mid December and invited for an interview in February. The scholarship recipient will be notified by early March.