The CWRU Community Card is an official Case Western Reserve University identification card that grants special privileges and access to selected CWRU amenities and services to the cardholder.
Eligibility: To be eligible for the CWRU Community card you must be at least 18 years old and a resident of Cleveland Wards 6, 7, or 9 (click on the ward number for more details on ward boundaries) or the City of East Cleveland.
To apply for a CWRU Community Card, please follow the link below. Once your application has been processed, upon favorable acceptance, you will be notified via email instructions on where to go to have your picture taken, pay the fee (if applicable) and receive your card.
Card Member Benefits
Usage of outdoor Athletic Facilities:
- Sudeck Track
- Carlton Tennis Courts
- Basketball Courts
Discounts or Preferred Rates:
- Barnes and Noble Campus Bookstore - 10% off total purchase (excluding Apple products)
- Dunkin' Donuts in the Tinkham Veale University Center - 5% discount
- Plum Market Kitchen - 5% off grocery purchases over $50.00
- Starbucks @ The North Residential Village - 5% discount
- The Jolly Scholar in Thwing Center - 10% discount (excluding alcohol)
- The Elephant Step Inn (the "SI") at Fribley Dining Commons, South Campus - 5% discount
- Discounted Recreational Membership to Veale & Wyant Athletic Centers (Group A/$16/month)
- Discounted One to One Fitness Membership (no initiation fee)
- Reduced-priced tickets to experiences, movies, sporting events, shows, and much more (subject to seasonal availability)
- Discounts to selected Greater Circle Business Alliance companies in partnership with UCI (list of specific locations will be updated soon!)
- Access to Sears think[box]
- Advance notice/preferred registration to CWRU programs & events
- Access to the Kelvin Smith Library (during regular business hours)
- Free Social Impact Career Coaching
- Invitations to events for Community Card holders
- Campus tours – registration is required.
- Access to the University Farm (faculty/staff/student privileges and rental rates) use of the Interpretive Trail and all programs open to CWRU ID card holders. Free transportation to the Farm for groups can be arranged.
- Access to the Silver Hall Concert Series at the Maltz Performing Arts Center
- Member access (free or reduced pricing) to the Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning classes, workshops and lectures (where space is available). Please select "member" option at registration.
- Access to Dittrick Medical History Center