Working & Learning On Campus

In 2021, many areas of Case Western Reserve’s campus look drastically different, from residence halls to classrooms to outdoor spaces.

Everyone must wear masks—indoors (unless in a room by yourself) and outdoors. There are new guidelines for students, including for visitors and programming. Everyone must take a daily health assessment before leaving their residences to come to work or class. Campus dining options have changed. Gathering for physically distanced events of any size demands creative approaches to using our space.

It’s all part of a Community Commitment we’ve taken as Case Western Reserve students, faculty and staff to help protect the health and safety of our campus community.

Explore this section to learn more about campus life—whether you’re studying, living and/or working at Case Western Reserve.