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Visit the Office of Admission for info on application process, financial aid, and student life.

For graduate school admissions

Visit the Office of Graduate Education for info on our many doctoral programs and the graduate education application process at the School of Medicine.

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Find out how you can Take Three Steps to make a difference at Case Western Reserve University.

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Welcome to campus

Visit Case Western Reserve University's uniquely urban campus, located in the heart of Cleveland's cultural hub, University Circle. Plan your trip:

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WAYS to ENGAGE at the SCHOOL of MEDICINE

Beyond reunion, the Alumni Relations Office is ramping up ways to engage with your colleagues and current students within the School of Medicine. If you are interested in volunteering for one or more of these programs, please email Sheila Evensen, director of alumni outreach and reunions, at somalumni@case.edu or call (800) 315-4438.

Class Agent(s)

The class agent is the key liaison between your class and the School of Medicine. We are seeking a member or members from each class to engage their classmates in the activities that support the School of Medicine. Reunions, local and regional events, and hosts for events help us stay connected to you and your class! Participation is the key for you and your classmates.

CWRU Resident Welcome

Welcome our new alumni to your community! Strengthen the tradition of Case Western Reserve University's School of Medicine by hosting a new resident in your area for lunch or dinner.

HOST Program (Help Our Students Travel)

Offer your home or underwrite a hotel stay for our traveling medical students. Your gift of lodging during internships and residency interviews will pay it forward for generations to come. You can provide invaluable advice about residency training, the prospective medical center, and community in which they are interviewing.

Community Patient Care Preceptorship (CPCP Program)

Give current medical students the opportunity to develop and reinforce their skills before entering their clinical clerkships while working in your local medical office. There is an online resource to provide guidance and offer feedback to their clinical directors.

IQ Faculty Facilitator

Alumni can volunteer to facilitate student inquiry groups at the School of Medicine. Please schedule to observe a session as our curriculum continues to evolve.