Student Resources

Whether you're living and learning on campus or remotely, your academic year is undoubtedly different than you could have predicted. We are here to make sure you get the most out of your Case Western Reserve experience—even with the limitations required by the pandemic.

Please remember: If you ever feel like your success as a student—academically or otherwise—is impacted by COVID-19 (or other circumstances), please reach out to the Dean of Students' Office at 216.368.1527 or deanofstudents@case.edu.

Find more student support resources on the Dean of Students' website.

Student Activities

We are committed to making our students' experiences as robust as possible, through on-campus programming and remote opportunities.

Visit the Division of Student Affairs' website or CampusGroups to see how you can get involved.

Remote Learning

No matter where you're living this semester, you likely have remote courses. University Technology's Teaching & Learning Technologies team has a number of tips for learning remotely and staying connected.

Get more guidance and advice on remote learning.

Mental Health

Many people report feeling anxious or overwhelmed amid the pandemic. You should always seek support for your mental health.

If you are a student, you can contact University Counseling Services at 216.368.5872 (a counselor is available 24/7). The university now also offers CWRU Care, virtual counseling visits for students located on or off campus.

Find more information.

Stay Connected

On campus or off, we want to make sure you are connected to campus and the CWRU community.

Follow Along on Social Media

Keep Up with CWRU

  • Read The Daily and mark your calendar with virtual events
  • Follow FYI (if you're a first-year) or thrive (if you're in your second year or beyond)
  • Subscribe to newsletters for your specific school, department or organization