Academic Resources

Case Western Reserve University student reading on stairs at Tinkham Veale University Center

Case Western Reserve has other ways to add to your skills beyond what you'll find in the course catalog or Student Information System (SIS).

Learning resources: Do you know your learning style? We offer an assessment to students to help you find the best approach to coursework. Have you found your best study location? Need printer access or do you simply want to get an assessment of your test-taking skills? We offer a number of tools and services.

Personal librarian: Each student is assigned a personal librarian to guide you with research assignments, help setting up a computer and more. You'll receive your personal librarian assignment before the start of classes, but your navigator can also connect you to your assigned librarian. Librarians are assigned by residence college, but you can also view a list of librarians by academic department.

The Writing Resource Center is a good first stop if you're looking for tips on college writing.

Looking for a study group or subject-matter help? We've got options.