This listing includes selected policies that fall under the purview of the provost's office, and do not represent a complete list of all Case Western Reserve University policies.
Faculty Handbook - The Faculty Handbook acquaints members of the faculty and administration of Case Western Reserve University with the general organization and functioning of the institution and with various policies, procedures, and conventions.
Promotion and Tenure Policies and Guidelines
Policy on Assurance of Integrity in Distance Learning Courses - requirements and recommended good-practice statements for CWRU courses taught via distance learning.
Policy and Assignment of Academic Credit - CWRU's policy for awarding credit hours for courses and other academic activities.
Policy on Institutional Records for Student Complaints - CWRU endeavors to investigate and resolve student complaints efficiently and thoroughly. The university has adopted a standard protocol for recording student complaints.
ITS Policies & Statements - ITS policies set out the procedures for information technology at CWRU.
The Information Security Guide assists the CWRU community in their daily activities and provides safeguards against situations that could inadvertently disclose university information, compromise your privacy, or impair the functionality of your computer.
Research-Related Policies - Research policies set out the standards that govern research policies at CWRU.
Space Planning and Approval of Capital Projects - The Capital Project Process policy describes the University's process for allocating additional space to schools and administrative units, developing new University space, undertaking major renovations in existing space and authorizing planning studies and capital projects.
Student's Guide - The Student Handbook provides general information to students on resources and support at Case, and also includes University policies and procedures pertaining to CWRU students.
Alcohol & Drug Policy - The Alcohol & Drug Policy outlines CWRU's commitment to creating and maintaining a campus environment that is free of alcohol and substance abuse and that complies with Ohio State and local laws.