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Curious about the wide range of resources provided to CWRU alumni? Explore more below.

 Career Center Services for alumni

Career on a wall in neon lights‌Alumni have access to CWRULink and other online resources that highlight job opportunities, provide company insights and industry advice.

Check out our Spartan Plus Package for private career consultation. Need personal assistance with your resume or CV? Exploring assessments to help with career decisions? Schedule an appointment and get more information. For more information, call the Career Center at 216.368.4446 or email: careers@case.edu.

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Email account/CWRU ID

Each CWRU alumnus has a unique username (CWRU Network ID) and password. Your CWRU Network ID is your unique identifier for life and does not change as you transition from student to alumnus.
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Request a Transcript

Case Western Reserve University transcripts are maintained by the Office of the University Registrar.
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The [in] Crowd

[In} is a movement toward a culture of involvement and support. Being "in" means giving back to help move your university forward. Your annual gift to Case Western Reserve University—in any amount—makes it happen.
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Yearbooks for Sale

Look back at your CWRU memories or memories of a loved one by purchasing a CWRU yearbook! Visit the website for more information on which class years are available and for information on how to place your order.
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The Princeton Club of New York

The Princeton Club of New York logoCarry your collegiate relationships forward in NYC and make new professional and social contacts. CWRU alumni are invited to join a “home away from home,” right in the heart of midtown Manhattan, at the Princeton Club of New York. The Princeton Club is a community of dynamic, multinational members. who cover a mix of professions, cultures and interests.
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Meeting + Event Facilities

Photo of the Linsalata Alumni Center on a sunny dayAlumni receive a special rate on rentals of the Frank N. and Jocelyne K. Linsalata Alumni Center on CWRU's campus for meetings and special events.
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In addition to the Linsalata Alumni Center, CWRU offers two beautiful locations to celebrate weddings: Harkness Chapel and Amasa Stone Chapel. Both spaces are unique and offer different opportunities for parties of all sizes. University chapels may be reserved for use by faculty, staff, current students and alumni. More information >

 

The University Farm, which is comprised of Squire Valleevue and Valley Ridge Farms, is a beautiful 400-acre propertythat features forests, ravines, waterfalls, meadows, pondsand a self-contained natural watershed. Owned by CWRU, the farm is the site of several buildings designed foreducational, research and recreational purposes. It is open and available to all students, faculty, staff and alumni.
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Travel

Learn about a country, its culture and sites from faculty experts with deep knowledge and passion of the destination. Gain access to behind the scenes sites, cultural treasures and intimate educational activities. Travel with small groups of fellow CWRU alumni and members of the CWRU community.
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Flora Stone Mather Center for Women

The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women empowers all women and promotes gender equity and inclusion throughout the CWRU community. The Center is a leader and a partner in addressing contemporary issues affecting women including gender-based violence, advancement of women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM) fields, and professional and leadership development of women.
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