Resolve to get involved

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A Letter from the Associate VP of Alumni Relations and Development Programs

Dear alumni of Case Western Reserve University,

Campus is once again buzzing with energy after a refreshing winter recess, reminding us of all the opportunities a new year brings—a chance to expand our horizons, establish new goals and renew commitments to the things we value most.

This year, I invite you to engage more with your alma mater. No matter where you live, what you studied or when you graduated, there are a variety of ways you can make an impact on campus and beyond.

Visit our website for more information about the opportunities listed below, or email us at to get started.

On behalf of the Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University, I wish you a happy and healthy New Year! I look forward to connecting with you in 2023.

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Bradford W. Crews (SAS '21)
Associate Vice President
Alumni Relations and Development Programs
Case Western Reserve University

5 ways to engage with CWRU in 2023

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1. Connect with your local alumni chapter

Whether you plan a cultural outing in your area, recruit local alumni or simply join us at an event, there are many ways to get involved with a CWRU alumni chapter near you.

2. Check out CWRU affinity groups

Case Western Reserve affinity groups offer a chance to connect with fellow alumni who share common interests and goals, while championing leadership and advocacy efforts on campus.

3. Serve on a board or committee

From coordinating reunions to participating in the university’s strategic planning, Case Western Reserve seeks dedicated volunteers to serve on a variety of boards, committees and societies.

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4. Meet and mentor current students

Explore a variety of opportunities to connect with today’s Spartans—from helping an international student acclimate to life in Cleveland to introducing first- and second-year students to your field of study.

5. Become an admissions ambassador

Alumni Admissions Ambassadors are a unique and vital resource in university recruitment efforts. Help prospective students find the right fit by sharing your Case Western Reserve experience.