The Academic Integrity Board is a group of students, faculty, and administrators who are committed to academic integrity and to raising the awareness of integrity issues at Case. The board conducts programs for both students and faculty to promote discussion about issues of integrity on campus. Our goal is to foster a campus environment where integrity is affirmed and celebrated by all members of the academic community.
The Case Western Reserve University CCEL Fellows Program provides meaningful service learning opportunities in both the academic year and summer for CWRU undergraduate students to work with Cleveland area non-profit organizations to address community needs.
Civic Engagement Scholars commit to completing at least 50 community service hours while also attending trainings and educational programs about community and social issues throughout the academic year. This initiative is designed to promote student involvement in the Cleveland community and beyond through significant and meaningful service.
The Civic Engagement Scholars Cohort Leader position is a student leadership position through the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning. Returning Scholars who have at least one year of experience with the Civic Engagement Scholars program are welcome to apply to become Scholars Cohort Leaders. The CCEL Executive Council will be managing the Scholars Cohort Leader program and coordinating all aspects of the program.