The Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University aims to cultivate a community that reflects our values of integrity, diversity and equity by offering events, resources and opportunities for alumni to give back.
Whether you help coordinate a local chapter event, serve on the board of directors or make a gift to support student scholarships, there are many ways to engage with your alma mater.
Interested in volunteering with Case Western Reserve University?
- Become a board member to help with strategic planning, programming and more.
- Lend your time and talents to the Alumni Association by serving on a committee.
- Expand your personal and professional network by growing your local alumni chapter or getting involved with an affinity group.
- Connect with current CWRU students as they study abroad.
- Engage prospective students as an Admissions Ambassador.
- And much more.
Alumni support helps provide students and faculty with the resources necessary to conduct rigorous research, establish interdisciplinary collaborations and invent technology that could change the world. Plus, reporting a high percentage of alumni donors strengthens Case Western Reserve’s standing in national rankings and enables the university to secure vital corporate partnerships and foundation funding.
Show your CWRU spirit while supporting today’s students through the Bureau of Motor Vehicles' Ohio Collegiate Plate Program. Plus, $25 of the $35 cost for your license plate qualifies as a tax-deductible gift to Case Western Reserve University.
Celebrate your connection to Case Western Reserve University or honor a loved one by purchasing an engraved paver stone. The eight-inch square pavers, including the inscription, are available for $500 each.
The Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University Endowed Scholarship provides tuition assistance to undergraduate students with financial need who have demonstrated a passion for learning and community engagement. Read about the inaugural recipient, LaNyah Terry, who is studying chemistry in the hopes of one day developing treatments for chronic illnesses.