According to the March 2022 U.S. News & World Report graduate and professional school rankings, Case Western Reserve University’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences is the No. 9 social work school in the country—out of nearly 300 accredited programs. It's an impressive ranking that helps us attract outstanding students to our university.
But for many students, scholarships are the deciding factor in choosing where to advance their social work career. Your support provides critical financial relief, allowing them to focus their energy on impacting their communities while receiving a premier education.
I want others who share my passion to have the same experience I did—to be able to go to one of the best schools in the country and get top-tier training without a financial burden.”
Beyond supporting the operating budget, a gift to the Annual Fund allows the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences to stay on the forefront of social work and nonprofit education by consistently upgrading teaching tools and student resources.
Celebrate an achievement or honor a legacy with a tribute gift to the Mandel School. Designate your online donation as an honorary or memorial gift to make a difference today, or establish an endowed fund that will have a lasting impact.
Scholarships are essential to recruiting a diverse class of the most qualified students to Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, regardless of financial circumstances. Learn about existing endowed scholarships available at the Mandel School.
Strategic or planned giving offers simple but powerful vehicles with which to invest in the future of the Mandel School. Our staff are ready to partner with you and your advisors to find a plan that meets your personal and philanthropic goals.
Endowed professorships and funds
From funding academic awards and experiential learning opportunities, to named professorships that propel innovation and research, endowment support is critical to sustaining and growing the study of social work and nonprofit management at Case Western Reserve University.