Learning in all its forms
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.
Students are encouraged to talk with their advisors, first-year coordinators, undergraduate studies deans and others to learn how experiential learning can supplement their classroom experiences, giving them a more robust undergraduate education that will help them launch into chosen fields of study and their careers.
Below are some quick links for students to begin exploring these opportunities:
I'm excited to see your students grow as they continue to build their knowledge the classroom and deepen their understanding with learning experiences throughout their lives.
Edwin B. Mayes
Director of First-Year Experience and Family Programs
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