Students of all faiths find community on the Case Western Reserve campus and throughout the neighborhood. Case Western Reserve supports groups that celebrate students' unique traditions and promotes fellowship among students of various backgrounds.
A variety of events, workshops and programs include:
- Community service projects
- Interfaith dialogue series
- Lenten services
- Panel discussions
- Seder meals
- Spiritual retreats
Religious groups also provide programs unique to their own religion.
By providing opportunities for students to celebrate their beliefs and learn about others', religious life at Case Western Reserve allows students to meet others who share their customs and to broaden their perspectives to learn about others' beliefs—building skills that will give them confidence in communicating across cultures and an open-mindedness that will serve them well as they graduate into multicultural communities and workplaces.