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I hope you and your student have enjoyed a fantastic start to 2017, and a productive beginning of a new semester.
One of the best ways I know to start off a new chapter is to get involved in a new activity. Last week, CWRU hosted its spring activity fair. More than 100 student organizations were represented, each inviting returning students to get involved in groups dedicated to athletics, academics, culture, religion, arts and more.
Each year Case Western Reserve honors the life's work of Martin Luther King Jr. with programs and events celebrating his legacy. This year’s festivities will culminate with a keynote speech by bestselling author Margot Lee Shetterly. Her book, Hidden Figures, is the subject of a film released this winter, which was recently nominated as a 2017 "Best Picture" Oscar contender.
As the spring semester begins for your student, be sure to mark these important dates on your calendar to stay on top of academic breaks and major events.
Tuition charges and fees for spring 2017 have been posted on your student’s account. Financial aid generated and maintained by Case Western Reserve will post at this time as well. Students and authorized users may sign in to SIS to see charges due Friday, Jan. 27.
The university’s 2015-16 annual report highlights our student entrepreneurs, meaningful community engagement and impressively influential faculty, among other strengths—straight from the reporters and social media users who shared the excitement.
I trust you and your students had an enjoyable Thanksgiving and are looking forward to a much deserved break in the academic calendar. Fall final exams will end Wednesday, Dec. 21, marking the beginning of winter break.
This week, President Barbara R. Snyder shared her State of the University address with the community, complete with some defining highlights of the past year.
Thanksgiving is in the rearview mirror, and finals around the corner. We know what that means: It's officially winter in University Circle.
Students looking for a global experience but can't manage a significant amount of time away from campus can still expand their educational and cultural horizons through several CWRU programs that take place over a week or so during semester breaks.
Looking to send a little something to remind your student you're thinking of them? The Office of Student Activities and Leadership offers foil balloons and balloon bouquets you can order online.
It was wonderful seeing so many parents this fall for Homecoming and Parents Weekend. From the Blue Block Party kickoff to the parade to the football game—and plenty of lunches, lectures and tours in between—it was a weekend to remember.
Many colleges and universities have begun to merge their counseling and health facilities into one entity, and Case Western Reserve University has joined the movement, bringing its two previously separated offices together to form University Health and Counseling Services.
As the second half of the fall semester is upon us, take a look at what's in store for CWRU students as they look forward to Thanksgiving break, winter break, final exams and more.
Tuition payment plans for the spring 2017 semester are now available. Sign up for the Tuition Management Services (TMS) or E-Z Payment Plan, each of which allow you to pay education expenses monthly.
Next week, scores of Case Western Reserve students will step away from their computers, books, labs, rehearsals and practice fields to dedicate themselves to the betterment our neighborhood. We at CWRU know well this commitment to help others does our students a world of good as well.
Learning is a lifelong process that cannot be confined to any one time, place or method. That could not be more true at Case Western Reserve. Learning experiences outside the classroom—like in research, study abroad, community service, internships, co-ops and clinicals—abound for our undergraduates. So much so that 98 percent of the class of 2015 took part in one or more hands-on learning opportunities during their CWRU careers.
In addition to the concerts, performances, workshops, trainings and festivals offered monthly on campus and in University Circle, Case Western Reserve University offers students opportunities to hear presentations from renowned authors, politicians, activists and academics.
Whether they are in their first college semester or finishing up their undergraduate careers, all Case Western Reserve students can benefit mightily from attending the university’s career fairs, including the fall fair, which will be held Thursday, Oct. 6.
I trust your students’ summers were productive ones, complete with travel, study, research, employment and more. We at Case Western Reserve have likewise been keeping busy.
There are several banks around campus that offer special student checking. PNC Bank is CWRU's preferred provider and the only bank providing the option to link the CaseOneCard to deposit accounts.
As the semester begins for your student, be sure to mark these important dates on your calendar to stay on top of academic breaks and major events.
Case Western Reserve University's Flora Stone Mather Center for Women supports the Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable (WISER), one of the most highly recognized student groups on campus made up of women in pursuit of STEMM careers. All women with a major in or planning a career in a science, engineering, technology, mathematics or medicine are welcome to be a part of WISER.
On August 29, the 1,250 members of the class of 2020 took their seats in Case Western Reserve classrooms. They arrive from a range of backgrounds and interests.