Spectrum is a USG-recognized student group at Case Western Reserve University. We aim to provide an environment where GLBTQQIA (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersexed, and allied) persons can socialize, learn, and grow. It is operated by and serves the needs of undergraduate students but does welcome graduate and professional students as well as faculty and staff.
A social, political, and activist group for students in the School of Law that aspires to co-sponsor GLBT-related lectures, conferences, and other events with student organizations on campus and in the community.
Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Group for GLBT Students: a social and activist group for students in that school.
The CWRU Newcomers Group (formerly Committee) is a program of the Office of Faculty Development. Since its founding in 1992 by Sarah Taylor, the Newcomers has brought together volunteers (faculty spouses/partners and faculty) to welcome new members of the faculty and administration, and their families, to the CWRU community. Volunteers answer questions regarding the campus, University Circle cultural institutions, greater Cleveland, and any other topics that will assist you in your transition to CWRU.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered People in Medicine: a political and social organization for students in the School of Medicine that aspires to conduct community service projects and advocate for GLBT health-policy issues.
In spring of 2010, Juniper Residential College looked at the LGBT community on campus as part of their annual "Walk in my Shoes" program. View video interviews with students, faculty and staff about the LGBT community at Case Western Reserve.
Offers individual counseling for GLBT students (and all students) designed to help them through the coming-out process and also offers couples counseling (for homosexual and heterosexual couples). The office also provides staff support for events such as National Coming Out Day and sponsors an annual pizza party welcoming graduate and professional students to the University. The event, held in August, allows students to meet faculty, staff, and students who are LGBT.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) encourages, supports, and facilitates the success of all Case students by providing opportunities for diverse interaction and cultural education that occurs outside of the classroom environment.
Sponsors programs in the residence halls that incorporate GLBT issues and provides staff support for GLBT-related events. Also provides an intensive training program for resident assistants and resident directors that focuses on diversity and incorporates GLBT issues.
The mission of the Case Center for Women is to promote the well-being and advancement of women through education and advocacy.