Want 1/2 a year of tuition or parking? And 10% off Campus Dining?

To the Case Western Reserve Community:

We’ll be naming last week’s vaccine verification winners later this afternoon, but we did not want to wait to alert you to some of our new incentives—as well as other vendors’ offers.

In addition, we have new prizes for this week’s drawings among people who have uploaded pictures to our secure platform. For students—including undergraduate, graduate and professional students—the selected winner will receive the choice between a half-year’s tuition or six months of free campus parking. For faculty and staff, the individual chosen will receive six months of free campus parking

As in previous weeks, the deadline to submit a photo of your vaccine card to our secure platform is 5 p.m., Friday (June 18).

This week (June 14-18) all campus dining operations will give customers 10 percent discounts if they show their vaccination cards (actual or a photograph) and university IDs at the time of purchase. This offer excludes Dunkin Donuts at Uptown, but does include Plum Market

Keep in mind, our campus is hardly the only organization offering incentives to those who get vaccinated:

United Airlines

Those who upload images of their vaccination cards to the carrier’s website by June 22 have the chance to win a roundtrip flight for two or free travel for two to any destination for a year. To learn more and enter, visit United's website.

Krispy Kreme

Vaccinated individuals can get one free original glazed doughnut per day through the end of 2021. You can learn more on Krispy Kreme's site.

National Football League

The NFL is offering a drawing for 50 free tickets to the 2022 Super Bowl in Los Angeles and will announce more details later this year.

Of course, the most important reason to get vaccinated is to protect your health and the health of people around you—including those here on campus. Our COVID-19 protocols for the fall semester will depend in large measure on the proportion of people verified as vaccinated. The lower the percentage, the higher preventive measures required—and vice versa.

As of today, nearly 9,600 faculty, staff and students have submitted images of their cards. That figure represents 59 percent of the campus community. To reach 80 percent, nearly 3,300 additional people need to verify their status.

If you want to feel safer on campus this fall, and perhaps even be able to take off your mask indoors, please upload your card. You can read instructions on our COVID-19 website

Lou Stark, Vice President for Student Affairs
Carolyn Gregory, Vice President for Human Resources