Resources

Bias Reporting System

The goal of creating a Bias Reporting System (BRS) at Case Western Reserve is to promote an inclusive community by supporting students through a clear and streamlined process for reporting incidents of hate, bias, and/or discrimination. BRS acts as resource to students and the CWRU community by illustrating the current campus climate.

Center for Women

The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women is a safe space that honors the diverse experiences and aspirations of all women. We inspire women to be leaders. We bring together faculty, staff, students and community, building supportive networks that empower all women to achieve their goals and transform society.

Disability Accommodations

The Disability Resources office is here to assist students with disabilities to fully participate in their chosen programs and activities. 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. Accommodations and services are available for students with a variety of disabilities including: visual impairment, hearing impairment, mobility limitations, chronic illness, psychological disorders and learning disabilities.

Interreligious Council

The Interreligious Council (IRC) is comprised of the staffs of the five campus ministries serving the institutions of higher education in University Circle. The IRC sponsors programs and events throughout the year including Interfaith dialogue series, panel discussions, Seder Meals, Lenten services, spiritual retreats, community service projects, and programs unique to their own organizations.

LGBT Center

The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center exemplifies Case Western Reserve University’s commitment to serving its diverse student, staff and faculty populations. The space provides an inviting home to members of the LGBT and allied community interested in questioning, investigating, and celebrating sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Beyond the student base, the LGBT Center also welcomes alumni, prospective students, faculty and staff.