Your relationship with Case Western Reserve and the College of Arts and Sciences doesn’t have to end with graduation. Alumni (and friends) add to the vibrancy of our institution when they stay engaged for a lifetime—whether attending events or volunteering to assist our current students.
And there are many ways to become involved:
Immerse yourself in the college. From Alumni Weekend to lectures, symposia, performances and conferences, the College of Arts and Sciences sponsors dozens of events each semester that are open to the public. You’ll hear from distinguished scholars, learn about faculty research and meet our dazzling current students. See what’s coming up by browsing the college’s events calendar.
The college also partners with the Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University to provide numerous opportunities that continue your relationship with CWRU:
Interact with former classmates. Contact other CWRU alumni, join a regional CWRU group, and receive regional chapter updates from the university and other alumni through CWRU Connect, the university’s secure social networking site for alumni.
Attend an event. The Alumni Association sponsors events across the country (and around the world). You’ll network with professionals, hear about exciting developments and research at CWRU, and reminisce about your days as a student. View the Alumni Association event calendar.
Join a local chapter or constituent group. By serving as a leader or assisting with vital tasks, you help continue the vitality of our regional efforts. Volunteers assist with event planning, recruitment of alumni, participation in programming and other roles.
Become an Alumni Admission Program volunteer. Through the AAP, alumni assist with the university’s recruitment and retention efforts. As a volunteer, you would meet with potential students to share your CWRU experience and explain the impact of your alma mater on your career and life path.
Be part of the Alumni Career Network. Volunteers from a wide variety of professions provide CWRU students and alumni with career advice, industry trends, relocation tips and more.
Serve on a committee of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Board and non-board members participate in committees that include Lifelong Learning, Academic and Student Life, Communications, Alumni Groups, Governance, and Resource Development.