We look forward to your arrival in August! Please look through the contents of this page, noting any areas in which you may have questions or concerns. In addition, you should soon receive information from the Office of Graduate Studies. If you have any questions, please call us at 216.368.2440 or email email@example.com.
Department of Nutrition Master's Student Welcome Reception:
Monday, September 11, 2017 from 4:30 - 7:00 PM in the BRB Lobby.
The Office of Graduate Studies will hold student orientations.
Graduate Studies orientation: Tuesday, August 22nd and Wednesday, August 23rd.
You must meet with your advisor prior to registering.
Most students register after orientation on August 20th. Don’t worry about being closed out of courses; it’s very rare for graduate students to have this problem. If you want to register before orientation, please contact your advisor to schedule a time to visit and plan your program of study.
To obtain a student ID, please bring one form of government-issued photo identification (e.g., a driver’s license, state ID, passport, etc.) and a copy of your class schedule to Access Services, located in the basement of Crawford Hall. You may also obtain parking permits for the CWRU campus at Access Services. The student lots closest to the Medical School are: #53; #44; #45.
The 2015-2016 tuition rates for graduate study have not yet been published. Please go to the Student Financial Services page for updates. The Department of Nutrition must submit a Memo of Assistance Form to Financial Aid for you. This form verifies your enrollment in our program.
For information regarding student loans, please contact the Office of University Financial Aid 216.368.4530. For information regarding tuition billing, please contact Student Accounts Receivable, Charise McLemore, at 216.368.6903.
Student Health Insurance
$880 per semester ’15 – 16’
The University automatically enrolls students in a student health insurance plan. If you do not wish to be enrolled or billed in the student plan (perhaps you have your own health insurance), please follow the tutorial titled “Students: Health Insurance Waiver.”
You will be required to waive this plan every semester.
Student Fitness: The University automatically enrolls students in the1-2-1 Fitness Center. Each semester graduate students will be required to "opt-out" of the membership. You are responsible for paying this fee if you do not "opt-out."
Important Dates and Deadlines
The items below should be completed as soon as possible to ensure a smooth transition to your graduate program:
As Soon As Possible
- Respond to the offer of admission online
- Submit Acceptance of Admission — Upon admission you received an email to look at your online account for the admissions decision; the link to accept or decline admission is contained within the letter in your application. If you have not accepted admission online, please do this now.
- Activate your CWRU Network ID — Your Network ID is your passport to CWRU’s networking and computing services including Student Information System, Google Apps, the Software Center and more. It is composed of your first, middle and last initials followed by numbers (e.g. abc123). Activate your ID using the online activation wizard. You will need your 7-digit Student ID number, which will be emailed to you when you are accepted into the program to which you applied.
- New Student Checklist — You will receive an email when the checklist is open for the semester. This checklist will help you keep track of what needs to be completed in order to make a smooth transition to CWRU. The checklist contains information on getting your ID card, parking, orientation registration, medical history, course registration, advisor information, financial information, computing, policies, procedures, and more. Bookmark this site to keep on top of the tasks that will help to get you set up as a student at Case Western Reserve. Regardless of when you receive access to the checklist, please complete as many items as possible. Also do not worry if the deadline has passed on a specific checklist item, just complete what you can.
- Find a Place to Live — Most grad students live in off-campus rental housing in Cleveland or one of the surrounding communities. The Graduate Life Living Off Campus section provides information on rental basics, off-campus housing listings, neighborhood connections, and more.
- Explore Your New Community! — Check out the Discovering Cleveland (students.case.edu/handbook/Cleveland/ of Graduate Life to learn about the arts and culture scene, sporting events, parks, festivals, shopping, student discounts, and more. You can also learn about getting around town, via shuttles, rapid train, car, bus, and air.
Important dates for students enrolling in Autumn
March 28 - Open registration for degree-seeking students Fall 2016
August 23, 24 - School of Graduate Studies Orientation
August 29 - Fall Semester Begins
Each of Case Western Reserve University’s graduate schools and programs has different tuition and fee structures. In addition, they have associated fees. Learn how to manage your student account from tuition and fees to financial aid and more.