Choices Fair

The annual Choices Fair is an opportunity for you to learn about the nearly 100 majors and minors at Case Western Reserve University. Faculty representatives from every academic department will be on hand to answer questions at this engaging event. 

You will also have a chance to discover some of the experiential education and extracurricular opportunities the university offers as members from student academic groups, multicultural clubs and community service organizations will be in attendance. Staff representing opportunities for study abroad, undergraduate research, career services and more will also be present.

Event Details

The fall 2023 Choices Fair will be held Friday, Sept. 29, from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. in the Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center. During this time faculty, staff and student representatives will be on hand to introduce you to academic and experiential learning opportunities.

Pre-register now via CampusGroups.

First-year students may be expected to attend the Choices Fair as a part of the Explore Curriculum. The Choices Fair is also a great opportunity for second-year students that are still exploring possible majors and minors.

Following the Choices Fair, some departments and organizations will host events to help you continue to explore your interests. Check out the upcoming Explore events in CampusGroups; filter by the event tag “Series: Explore Academic Programs”.

Looking for more events? Check out 100+ Ways to Explore on the First-Year Experience and Family Programs website.

Details for Faculty and Staff

Registration for the 2023 Choices Fair is now closed.

Faculty and staff are invited each year to host a booth at the Choices Fair. Please submit only one registration form for your department or organization.

Recommendations for Pre-Major Advisors

Here are some helpful tips and techniques to encourage student engagement with the fair and maximize their experience.

  • Remind students to attend the Choices Fair and share the Choices Fair webpage for additional information on participation.  
  • Have students develop a list of program resources or booths they’d like to visit during the fair.
  • Encourage students to share their experiences at the fair. This could be through check-in conversations at the beginning of class, discussion board posts, or brief reflections.
  • Consider having students attend as a “group.” Students could gather as a class and engage in the fair.

Faculty and staff can direct questions about the Choices Fair to