COVID-19 Resources & Communications
CWRU Community Commitment: 1) Think for the good of my neighbor; 2) Think for the good of my health; 3) Think for the good of my community.
COVID Care Report: Online form for students, parents, faculty and staff to identify CWRU community members who: may need additional support, have symptoms/exposures, or may be having difficulty adhering to public health guidelines.
Communications & Testing Resources
CWRU Academic Schools: Student Resources/Support Services
Description: Website landing pages for student resources and support services in the various CWRU Academic Schools and Academic Programs.
Description: Disability Resources is committed to assisting all Case Western Reserve University students with disabilities by creating opportunities to take full advantage of the University's educational, academic and residential programs.
Location: Sears Library, Suite 402; Hours: M-F, 8:30am-5pm; Available to: All CWRU Students
Contact Information: Website, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 216.368.5230
Faculty Support & Advising
Our CWRU faculty are the core of our academic experience, serving as content experts in their respective fields, as well as valuable supports and mentors for our CWRU students. Students are highly encouraged to build relationships with faculty and reach out to them if they are seeking professional, academic, or personal guidance and support.
Academic advising is another component of the educational program at Case Western Reserve University. Academic advisors assist students in the exploration of academic opportunities at the university and in the selection of courses. Advisors may refer students to other sources of information and assistance at Case Western Reserve.
First Year Experience & Family Programs (FYEFP)
Description: The mission of the Office of First-Year Experience and Family Programs supports the successful academic and social transition of new students and family members to the Case Western Reserve University community.
Services Offered: New Student Orientation, First-year programs, Parent and family programs
Location: Wolstein Hall, Room 007; Available to: CWRU Students & Families
Contact Information: Website, Email: email@example.com; Phone: 216.368.1352
Flora Stone Mather Center for Women
Description: The Flora Stone Mather Center is a community space and a social innovator empowering women and advancing gender equity through research-informed action.
Services Offered: Community connections, campus workshops & outreach, lactation center, co-sponsorship
Location: Tinkham Veale University Center, Suite 248; Hours: M-F, 8:30 - 5:00pm; Available to: All CWRU Students, Faculty, & Staff
Contact Information: Website; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 216.368.0985
International Student Services (ISS)
Description: The mission of the Office of International Student Services (ISS) is to enhance the international student experience and promote intercultural exchange at CWRU.
Services Offered: Support for international students regarding: Immigration matters, intercultural exchange, and transitioning, understanding, and connecting to CWRU
Location: Tomlinson Hall, 1st Floor, Room 143; Hours: 8:30 - 5:00pm; Available to: CWRU International Students
Contact Information: Website; Email: email@example.com; Phone: 216.368.2517
Kelvin Smith Library
Description: KSL is the main library supporting the teaching and research of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, with emphasis given to the College of Arts and Sciences, the Case School of Engineering and the Weatherhead School of Management.
Services Offered: Borrowing, digital scholarship & research consultation, multimedia & digitization
Location: 11055 Euclid Avenue; Hours: Currently Closed, available for online support & lobby pickups; Available to: All CWRU Students
Contact Information: Website; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 216.368.3506
Office of Graduate Student Life (OGSL)
Description: The mission of the Office of Graduate Student Life is to provide a vibrant graduate student experience through access to information and services available at CWRU and create opportunities to build community, foster conversations, and encourage collaboration across disciplines.
Location: 217 Tomlinson Hall, Hours: M-F, 8:30m-5pm; Available to: CWRU Graduate & Professional Students
Contact Information: Website, Email: email@example.com, Phone:216.368.4802
Student Advancement (Navigators & Academic Resources)
Description: The mission of the Navigators is to make sure students find their way at Case Western Reserve. Navigators work closely with students and their faculty advisor so that they're up to date on academic progress, experiential education activities, and any other developments important to students' overall well-being. Academic Resources include individual academic coaching consultations, peer-based tutoring and supplemental instruction, and English language support.
Services Offered: Individual Consultations w/ Navigators, Remote Drop-In Hours, Academic Resources
Location: Sears Library, Suites 229 and 340, Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm; Available to: CWRU Undergraduate Students
Contact Information: Website, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone:216.368.3478
Undergraduate Studies (UGS)
Description: The Office of Undergraduate Studies collaborates with the schools, academic departments, faculty, and other administrative offices to develop and sustain academic programs and policies that inspire and challenge undergraduates at Case Western Reserve University.
Location: Sears Library, Suite 447, Hours: M-F, 8:30am-5pm; Available to: CWRU Undergraduate Students
Contact Information: Website, Email: email@example.com, Phone: 216.368.2928; Fax: 216.368.4718
University Health & Counseling Services (UHCS)
Description: UHCS provides healthcare and counseling for students of Case Western Reserve University. We value a collaborative, holistic approach to treating the mind and body. Our interdisciplinary team includes physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, social workers, counselors, nurses, medical assistants and for our varsity athletics, athletic trainers.
Services Offered (Virtual Support Only): Individual counseling, group therapy, psychiatry, general medical clinic, immunizations, referral coordination
Location: Health Services - 2145 Adelbert Road; Counseling Services - 220 Sears Building;
- Counseling Services: Website; Appointment Scheduling; Phone: 216.368.5872
- Health Services: Website; Appointment Scheduling; Phone: 216.368.2450
Clinic Hours: M-F, 9am - 4:30pm; Outside of clinic hours, medical advice is provided by the on-call nurse. A counselor on-call can be reached at any time. All calls are followed-up on the next business day. COVID-related calls are generally followed up on by Health Service staff within 24 hours.
- 24/7 Counselor on call at (216) 368-5872
- 24/7 Nurse on Call at (216) 368-2450
- Send a non-urgent message through myhealthconnect.case.
[U]Tech Student Resources
Description: The University Technology (UTech) division provides solutions that support education, research and the day-to-day functions at Case Western Reserve University.
Services Offered: 24/7 Computer Support, Software Center, Technology Training & Resources
Location: Crawford Hall, 4th Floor (10900 Euclid Ave.); Hours: 24/7/365; Available to: All CWRU Students
Contact Information: Website, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 216.368.4357
Writing Resource Center (WRC)
Description: The Writing Resource Center (WRC) provides support for writers across the university. We offer in-house programming, conduct classroom visits and writing-oriented programs across campus, and provide individualized, hands-on instruction specific to each writer’s goals.
Services Offered: Writing support, options for real-time online appointments & asynchronous writing review.
Location: Bellflower Hall (1427 Bellflower Rd); Available to: All CWRU Students
Contact Information: Website, Email: email@example.com