We look forward to your arrival! Please look through the contents of this page, noting any areas in which you may have questions or concerns. In addition, you should soon receive information from the Office of Graduate Studies. If you have any questions, please call us at 216.368.2440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must meet with your advisor prior to registering.
Most students register after orientation. Don’t worry about being closed out of courses; it’s very rare for graduate students to have this problem. If you want to register before orientation, please contact your advisor to schedule a time to visit and plan your program of study.
To obtain a student ID, please bring one form of government-issued photo identification (e.g., a driver’s license, state ID, passport, etc.) and a copy of your class schedule to Access Services, located in the basement of Crawford Hall. You may also obtain parking permits for the CWRU campus at Access Services. The student lots closest to the Medical School are: #53; #44; #45.
Tuition and Fees | School of Graduate Studies
|Fall 2017-Spring 2018||$1,882 per credit hour|
|Activity Fee||$18 per semester|
|Health fee||$1,087 per semester|
Please go to the Student Financial Services page for updates. The Department of Nutrition must submit a Memo of Assistance Form to Financial Aid for you. This form verifies your enrollment in our program.
For information regarding student loans, please contact the Office of University Financial Aid 216.368.4530. For information regarding tuition billing, please contact Student Accounts Receivable, Charise McLemore, at 216.368.6903.
Student Health Insurance
The University automatically enrolls students in a student health insurance plan. If you do not wish to be enrolled or billed in the student plan (perhaps you have your own health insurance), please follow the tutorial titled “Students: Health Insurance Waiver.”
You will be required to waive this plan every semester.
Student Fitness: The University automatically enrolls students in the1-2-1 Fitness Center. Each semester graduate students will be required to "opt-out" of the membership. You are responsible for paying this fee if you do not "opt-out."
Each of Case Western Reserve University’s graduate schools and programs has different tuition and fee structures. In addition, they have associated fees. Learn how to manage your student account from tuition and fees to financial aid and more.