Be it race, ethnicity, religion, political persuasion, sexual orientation or gender identity, all Case Western Reserve University students—current and future, undergraduate as well as graduate and professional—are celebrated and supported through the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity and its extensive network of campus programs, partnerships, groups and global influences.
By The Numbers
Campus Statistics for 2015
15 percent of the fall 2015 undergraduate population are members of underrepresented racial groups as is 12 percent of the graduate and professional student population.
50 states and 86 countries are represented in the CWRU 2015 fall undergraduate, graduate and professional student population.
4 is the rating CWRU received (out of a possible 5) from the LGBT Friendly Campus Climate/Pride Index. The national index rates campuses on their environment and policies related to the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender community.
2,677 administrators, students, faculty and staff completed the Diversity 360 program during fall 2015—the first semester the comprehensive, diversity education program was offered.