How we’re looking out for your future

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As you consider your college future, it’s inevitable you’ll consider your future major and how those studies will lead to your success in a dynamic and fast-changing career.

As Elizabeth Bowman, PhD, of the Case Western Reserve University Department of Art History and Art, puts it: “The way to prepare yourself for jobs that don’t exist yet is to think across disciplines.”

At Case Western Reserve, we make it easy for you to do just that… and more.

Integrate your learning

Gain experience

  • 99% of recent Case Western Reserve graduates participated in out-of-the-classroom learning experiences like internships, research, creative endeavors, study abroad and community service, amassing experience in their interests, building their resumes and gaining exposure to new ideas.

Make connections

  • Your navigator is a professional staff member who helps you identify your goals and connect you to people and resources that make your plans possible, opening your worldviews and expanding your network.  

Think about it: At CWRU you will study across disciplines. You will practice new skills and put ideas into action. And you will have people looking out for you and your goals. 

You will be prepared to take on your future.