— Emily Hornack, Chair, GSS Health & Wellness Committee, 2009-2010
It is likely that you will not go through your graduate experience here without having a question, problem, or issue and you may not know where or who to go to. If you are ever in a situation like this, remember that there are at least four thousand other graduate students at CWRU who may very likely have the same question or problem. The Graduate Student Senate (GSS) understands this perspective and one of its guiding purposes is to address any questions and problems you encounter and act as an important resource for graduate students at Case Western Reserve University.
Contained within this section of the website, you'll find answers to some of the most common questions graduate students encounter, review a summary of where to go and who to see if you have a problem and need to talk to someone one-on-one, discover a wealth of information on Health Care options available to graduate students at CWRU, learn more about how to have a better mentor-mentee relationship with your advisor, and gain access to a number of forms and petitions commonly used both by graduate students and elected leaders of the GSS.
You will also learn about the V-Fund, the Diekhoff Awards, and important information about the University and Cleveland. Historians are also welcome to browse our older GSS documents and other archival files.