Every person's financial situation is different, but financial problems can crop up fairly quickly for graduate students who live on a budget. Some resources that may be helpful
Pursuing a graduate degree at Case Western Reserve University is an opportunity to advance your education and your career. There are a number of options available to you to finance your next degree, including departmental assistance and loans.
The School of Graduate Studies has a comprehensive site of tuition and fee structures for each school. Your department or program is the best place to start with questions about scholarship opportunities and other types of aid available.
PNC Bank offers money management tools and certain benefits to CWRU students and employees to help you achieve your financial goals. To learn more about the campus banking program at CWRU, please stop by or contact the University Circle branch at 216-791-9696.
Other banks with locations near campus are:
- Chase Bank
- Citizen's Bank
- Huntington Bank
- Key Bank
Case Western Reserve University provides financial literacy resources through CashCourse. Students can use their case id to log in and gain access to lessons and activities about real-world financial skills Starting from the basics of building a budget, to calculating loan interest, and planning from there.