These programs and services enhance and complement the academic experience. Whether you are seeking assistance, additional resources or further opportunities to develop, you’ve come to the right place. CWRU provides opportunities to both offer and receive support for all your academic endeavors.
A variety of courses and workshops are available to supplement the classroom experience. This range of credit and non-credit courses includes TA training, fee-based study skills courses, spoken English and more.
Disability Resources will work closely with students and design an individual plan for accommodations. Included in that plan are strategies for disclosure to professors as well as identifying specific accommodations that will be needed for each course. Accomodations can be made for academics, transportation and housing for students with both long- and short-term needs.
These online resources have been developed to help students, faculty and staff explore topics such as study skills, time management, accessibility and other commonly researched subjects.
In addition to your classroom experiences, CWRU provides opportunities to learn on the job, abroad, in the lab, and in our community.
Tutoring allows students to utilize their collective knowledge to achieve a shared academic goal: understanding! By taking advantage of the various tutoring programs available at CWRU, students will have the opportunity to interact with other students and to engage collaboratively in the course material.
Every academic year, Case Western Reserve University recognizes outstanding students, teachers and staff for their contributions to the CWRU community. We recognize their distinguished service to the university with a wide range of awards, presentations, honors and accolades.