As Case Western Reserve University welcomes the largest classes in its history, it remains devoted to providing athletic facilities that promise students the opportunity for competition, physical fitness and fun.
As an NCAA Division III university, Case Western Reserve opens its athletic facilities to the entire campus. Varsity teams share space with intramural leagues, club sports, physical education courses and other health and wellness programs.
As exciting as the growth of the university’s student body and athletic offerings has been, it also has led to a scarcity of resources.
Alumni and friends have the opportunity to ensure that Case Western Reserve meets students’ needs by supporting the university’s commitment to athletics. Generous supporters will allow for the construction of a new Field House, complete with weight-training and cardiovascular facilities, meeting and study space, a multipurpose workout area, room for alumni gatherings and attractive areas for coaches to meet with potential recruits.
This addition to the North Campus Residential Village and Athletic Complex will keep Case Western Reserve competitive with peer universities, fulfill the needs of current students, and help attract the nation’s best and brightest student athletes.
To start a conversation about supporting The Field House Project, please contact Gary Pillar at 216.368.3992 or firstname.lastname@example.org.