The mission of the Flora Mather Center for Women is to promote the well-being and advancement of women through education and advocacy.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) encourages, supports, and facilitates the success of all Case Western Reserve students by providing opportunities for diverse interaction and cultural education that occurs outside of the classroom environment.
Through cooperation, communication and collaboration the Social Justice Institute supports innovative and synergistic research, scholarship and pedagogy, builds and supports social justice leaders, and forges productive relationships across boundaries within the university and into the community.
University Health and Counseling Service provides healthcare and counseling for students of Case Western Reserve University. In addition, this department sponsors an annual pizza party, welcoming graduate and professional students to the University. The event, held in August, allows graduate and professional students to meet faculty, staff, and students who are LGBT and allies.