Visits and Online Sessions

The Office of Undergraduate Admission staff is available to answer questions and can help you schedule in-person campus tours, and online sessions, or register for open house programs. Reach them at and 216.368.4450. View all Visits and Events >>

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Fall Open House Schedule

Music Overviews offered during Open House Programs in the fall/spring are an excellent chance for prospective and incoming undergraduate students to engage with our faculty and current students. 

Check back for Fall 2023 dates!

Online Sessions

A Virtual Music Overview is an excellent chance for prospective and incoming undergraduate students to engage with our faculty and current students. This general information session is open to all students and their families. Those in attendance are invited to stay online to watch a free virtual concert. All times are Eastern.

Sessions (typically held in the spring) are hosted by music staff, faculty, and current students. Access instructions for the Zoom meeting will be shared upon registration. Register at the links provided below.

Check back for Spring 2024 dates!

Admitted Student Programs

See the full calendar of events for admitted students, including daily visits and online sessions, to learn even more about Case Western Reserve University. Choose your admitted student program date (admitted student login required) and attend our Music Overview to learn more.

Check back for Spring 2024 dates!

Graduate and Professional Students

Get all the information you need to start your graduate school career, including admissions standards and application details from the School of Graduate Studies

To schedule a visit, please contact the faculty representative for the graduate music program of your interest. 

We strongly encourage all campus visitors to be fully vaccinated—including boosters if eligible. All visitors and members of the university may choose whether to wear masks indoors on campus, unless they are in clinical settings, including the dental clinic, or have received university approval for an exception. We encourage everyone in the campus community to respect individual choices to wear a mask. Please remember that those with COVID-19 symptoms should stay home. Learn more about CWRU's COVID-19 response