Enter the four-letter subject code of the discipline you want to study. This is normally the first four letters of the subject (i.e. BIOL for biology). Click on the link, "Select Subject," for a complete list of Subject Codes.
Once the list of courses appears, click on the section link for the description of the course. Course descriptions can also be found in the General Bulletin.
Yes. It will be very important that you activate your email account as soon as possible. You will receive your tuition invoice via email and will be given access to Blackboard in addition to other services provided through the IT Department. Many professors communicate with students via email. It is recommended that you have your CWRU email forwarded to your current email address as well.
In order to take classes as a visiting student, you must complete the Visiting Undergraduate Student Summer Application. Return it via mail or email to:
Case Western Reserve University
Office of Undergraduate Studies
10900 Euclid Ave.
Sears Building 357
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Once the form has been completed and approved, you will receive a confirmation email in early April.
The first day to register for summer classes is usually in late March or early April. Visit the Registrar's website for the exact date. The dates for dropping or adding courses vary and are dependent upon the session selected. Students can register for a class up through the add/drop period of the session they are attending.
You can register online using our Student Information System (SIS). In order to use SIS, you will need to obtain a PIN (Personal Identification Number) from the Office of Undergraduate Studies to activate your CWRU network ID. Your PIN will only be available after you have completed the Visiting Undergraduate Student Summer Application and have received your email acceptance.
Yes. The CaseOneCard is your CWRU ID card. It can be obtained from Access Services located in the lower level of Crawford Hall on the Quad. It is important to get your ID card in order to access many buildings after hours, check items out of the library, use the athletic and recreational facilities in Veale Center, and to show that you are affiliated with the University. More information can be found at case.edu/access-services.