The Office of Student Activities & Leadership is dedicated to providing opportunities for students both on and off-campus during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Check out the details and links below to explore the upcoming virtual opportunities for the 2020-2021 academic year:
|Virtual Opportunities||Dates||Links and important information|
|Fall Leadership Series||
Keynote - October 3rd, 2020
Workshop sessions throughout the Fall 2020 semester
The theme of the 2020 series is “Looking Beyond Zoom: Leading with Versatility & Resilience.”
On Saturday, October 3, our keynote speaker, Tawan Perry, will speak about "Leading Through Crisis and Transition” via Zoom. Instead of doing breakout workshops that same day, we will be spreading those workshops out throughout the fall 2020 semester. Four topical areas of need will serve as the foundation for our workshops: Leadership & Advocacy, Inclusive Leadership, Building a Virtual Community, Navigating Politics as a Student Leader
More information about the Fall Leadership Series can be found here: https://case.edu/studentlife/activities/leadership-development/fall-leadership-conference
|Homecoming||October 5th - 11th, 2020||
A celebration of alumni, families, and students!
Although many of the events this year are virtual, there are still are still so many ways to celebrate Homecoming @ Home!
Have questions leading up to Homecoming? If you need anything, contact 216.368.4521 or email@example.com.
More information about Homecoming can be found here: https://case.edu/studentlife/activities/campus-traditions/homecoming
September 19th, 2020
October 16th, 2020
Spring dates TBD
Thwing Study Over is the perfect break from studying as you prepare for finals every fall and spring semester. Whether you're completing your first year or your fourth year, you won't find a tradition with more food, fun, and friends before final exams than you will here!
Although the Fall 2020 semester might look a little different, TSO is still committed to making sure students both on and off campus have a chance to relax a little in between the hustle and bustle of class work and extracurricular activities. Every month the committee is planning "Tiny TSOs" involving giveaways, some prepackaged food, and other entertainment.
Register for Tiny TSO events here: https://community.case.edu/tso/events/
More information about Thwing Study Over events can be found here: https://case.edu/studentlife/activities/campus-traditions/thwing-study-over
|Spring Student Activities Fair (SSAF)||February 2021||
The Spring Student Activities fair, much like the Fall activities fair, is a time to explore the wide variety of student organizations that CWRU has to offer. With over 100 organizations involved on average, you are sure to find something you like!
More information about the SSAF can be found here: https://case.edu/studentlife/activities/Spring_Student_Activities_Fair
|Springfest||April 24th, 2021||
Springfest, which occurs the last Saturday of the spring semester, is a student-planned event that celebrates CWRU and fosters campus unity. The tradition continues each year with inflatable attractions, novelty games, student organization booths, and great food. Throughout the day you will hear local bands and a national headliner that entertains hundreds of CWRU students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends.
More information about Springfest can be found here: https://case.edu/studentlife/activities/campus-traditions/springfest
The Office of Student Activities & Leadership supports the planning and execution of student events. To that end, there are times when events may take on a higher level of risk due to certain factors. Members of the staff are trained and able to assist students in reducing the amount of risk within their event.
If you'd like to schedule a risk management meeting to discuss a specific event or general concerns for your student organization, please do so here: risk management appointment calendar.
In addition to personalized risk management consultations, SA&L offers Risk Manager training to student organization leaders at least twice a semester to review policies and procedures for high risk events.
For the Fall 2020 semester, if your organization is planning on hosting an event, please fill out the Operations Programming Plan form at least two weeks before your event.
More information about risk management can be found here: https://case.edu/studentlife/activities/resources/risk-management-student-organizations
Looking for something else? Check out the CWRU student engagement platform, CampusGroups. CampusGroups offers students the ability to search for groups based on their interest and register for events.
More information about student organizations and virtual events happening across campus can be found here: community.case.edu