Case Western Reserve University values excellence by advancing diversity through inclusive thinking, mindful learning and transformative dialogue.
Be it race, ethnicity, religion, political persuasion, sexual orientation or gender identity, all Case Western Reserve University faculty and staff—current and future— are celebrated and supported through the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity and its extensive network of campus programs, partnerships, groups and global influences.
By The Numbers
Campus Statistics for 2015
113 staff and faculty have graduated from the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity’s highly acclaimed diversity education program, Train the Champion, since its inception in 2011.
$18 million (28 percent) of the $65 million in contracts related to major construction and renovation projects at the university was awarded to minority-and women-owned businesses in the 2014–2015 fiscal year.
4 is the rating CWRU received (out of a possible 5) from the LGBT Friendly Campus Climate/Pride Index. The national index rates campuses on their environment and policies related to the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender community.
1,000+ faculty and staff completed the Diversity 360 program during the academic year.
Demographic Snapshot 2015
In 2015, Case Western Reserve University's full-time faculty totaled 1,255 people (778 male and 477 female). Seventy-seven percent identified themselves as white, 15 percent Asian/Pacific Islander, 3 percent African American, 3 percent international, 2 percent Hispanic/Latino and 0 percent American Indian, unknown or multiracial.
That same year, full-time staff totaled 2,919 people (1,169 male and 1,750 female). Sixty-one percent identified themselves as white, 19 percent African American, 9 percent international, 9 percent Asian/Pacific Islander, 2 percent Hispanic/Latino, and 0 percent American Indian, unknown or multiracial.