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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.

For medical school admissions

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

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Welcome to campus

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Case Western Reserve University School Of Medicine has a strong commitment to the importance of diversity in its research and educational programs. The CWRU community celebrates how our individual diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, country of origin, sexual orientation or gender identity enhance our work together. CWRU programs welcome applications from diverse individuals, including those from individuals of racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in biomedical science, those with physical disabilities, and those with disadvantaged backgrounds.

The Graduate Education Office seeks to enhance recruitment of diverse students to the PhD programs at the SOM and to ensure their success. The Minority Graduate Student Organization (MGSO) formed in 2001 to foster a student group identity and shared values. MGSO meetings each month cover many issues including the experiences of the students in research.

We offer several developmental programs for diverse individuals in biomedical science, including the Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP), which provides an outstanding preparatory environment for students who feel additional preparation in research is needed to fulfill their goal of earning a Ph.D. in the biomedical sciences.