Join the [in] Crowd
The Senior Class Gift Committee invites the Class of 2022 to join the [in] crowd by giving to your alma mater. Join our movement towards a culture of involvement and support by giving back to move your university forward. A gift to Case Western Reserve University—in any amount—helps keep your CWRU strong and ensures that future students have the same opportunities to experience what it means to be a Spartan.
What does my gift support?
Your gift goes to what Case Western Reserve University needs most, annual support. If you choose, you may designate your gift to an area of CWRU that you are passionate about: your school, athletics, Kelvin Smith Library, your academic department, the list goes on and on! Simply include your designation on the online form or the giving card at senior class gift events.
Why should I give?
Tuition only covers about 70% of an undergraduate education at Case Western Reserve University. The money raised from the Annual Fund each year is one of the few sources of income bridging the gap between what tuition provides and the total operating budget.
Giving participation rates factor into the US News and World Reports rankings. It is one the reasons why CWRU has been able to move up in the past two years.
Pay it forward. Alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the university gave to help make your education possible. Help ensure that future students have the same educational opportunities as you did. A gift of any size can help make that happen.
Over 84% of undergraduate students here at CWRU receive financial support. Gifts to the Annual Fund help ensure that a quality education is possible to all regardless of their financial circumstances.
Visit our online gift form and click on your designation are of choice. Be sure to include that you are a member of the Class of 2022 in the "special instructions".
Please take the time to consider this unique opportunity. If you have any questions regarding the committee or you would like to join us in our efforts, feel free to contact Jeff McCormick. Remember, don’t let our last hurrah be our only hurrah!
For more information contact Jeff McCormick at email@example.com.