Case Western Reserve University’s Center for International Affairs is the first space on campus designed to provide a “home” for international students and activities, and a central location where the university engages the business, government, foundation and civic communities around global issues.
The center houses three offices:
The Center for International Affairs provides leadership, expertise, and support to the Case Western Reserve University community, cultivating a dynamic international presence and inspiring a culture of global understanding and responsibility.
Staff of the center work to:
- Provide university-level vision and leadership for international activities.
- Extend and communicate the university’s international reach and reputation.
- Build partnerships and collaborations with institutions across Northeast Ohio, the U.S. and the world to advance the economic vitality of our region.
- Facilitate and engage individual and institutional connections among faculty, staff, students and alumni with the larger world to enable the exchange of people and ideas.
- Provide services and support for international students on immigration, academic, housing, financial and legal issues, among other resources.
- Help all students enhance their educational experience by going abroad.
- Secure external funding for the center, as well as for international education and research initiatives.