We are thrilled to support the following CWRU organizations and causes:

(A4CH-Public Health) Advocates for Cleveland Health - Advocates for Cleveland Health’s (A4CH) mission is to improve the health of greater Cleveland’s underserved populations and the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) campus through screenings, education, and advocacy. Our members embrace cultural humility and empathy so that they can educate themselves and think critically about health disparities. Using their knowledge and skills, they develop, advocate for, and become involved in long-lasting solutions that promote health and health equity in the Cleveland community.

Alpha Kappa Psi- Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional co-ed business fraternity, promoting values such as ethical leadership, integrity, and brotherhood to our members. We have created a tightly knit chapter at CWRU that helps members find internships, make connections within the business school, and access the international 200,000+ strong Alpha Kappa Psi alumni network.

American Student Dental Association - The American Student Dental Association is a national student-run organization that protects and advances the rights, interests and welfare of dental students. It introduces students to lifelong involvement in organized dentistry and provides services, information, education, representation and advocacy.

ASH Foundation - The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHFoundation) recognizes that graduate programs are expensive and that finances can be a huge obstacle that keeps talented and driven students from pursuing their dream careers. To help lessen the financial burden the ASHFoundation awards deserving students with numerous scholarships. The ASHFoundation scholarship program is only possible because of generous donations from people who support this cause.

The Athenian- The Athenian first began in the year 2000, started by a couple undergraduates who thought they were funnier than everybody else. Since the early days, The Athenian has grown into a publication featuring satire, comics, anecdotal humor, silly humor, black humor, irony, self-depreciation, and spelling errors. The Athenian is so named because the Case Western Reserve University mascot is the “Spartans”, and thus, being the smart asses we are, we chose the name of one of Sparta’s rival cities from back in the day. We’re The Athenian, we’re CWRU’s official student humor magazine, and we’re proud to keep making people laugh (or at least smirk a little) since 2000.

Ault Mock Trial Team - Is highly active, participating in three to four different competitions each semester. These competitions cover a broad spectrum of legal scenarios, challenging the team to adapt and excel in a variety of situations. This breadth of experience not only hones their skills but also elevates their national ranking.  

Autism Acceptance: Sparties Running Program - CWRU for Autism Acceptance is committed to supporting individuals with autism in our community, educating our campus community, and promoting awareness and social acceptance of the autism community. Proceeds from giving Tuesday will support the Sparties Running program which provides exercise opportunities for children with autism and their siblings.  

Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) - Our chapter represents the undergraduate students in the Biomedical Engineering major. We host several events per semester, including, but not limited to, a tracks meetings to inform students about the tracks offered at CWRU, research symposiums to direct members to research opportunities, and attendance at local BMES events. Amongst that, we put active efforts into establishing a community amongst the BMEs, promote collaboration and support, and hope to provide students with ways of further exploring their interests.

Black Law Students Association (BLSA) - The Black Law Students Association of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, exists for the support, guidance, and direction of Black students in academic, professional, and social endeavors. Our main function is to assist members in the development of their legal careers and to provide opportunities for exposure to various areas and aspects of the legal profession. We recognize the need to act positively in the development of the Black community to encourage cooperation and closer ties between its members of the Law School's community.

Camp Kesem - Kesem is a nonprofit organization that supports kids through and beyond their parent or caregiver’s cancer. Our mission is to create a fun and supportive community where these children feel empowered and connected. No child should have to face cancer alone and every child deserves a chance to experience the joys and laughter of childhood. 

Case Aeronautics Team - is an R.C plane design team completely run by Case Western Reserve students. Last year, the Case Aeronautics Team participated in the 2023 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Design, Build, Fly competition. 

Case Glee Club - Case Glee Club is Case Western Reserve University's premier lower voice ensemble. We are a non-audition, gender-inclusive group, and we focus on singing traditional men’s glee music and barbershop-style harmony, along with classic pop, world, and gospel pieces. Founded in 1897 at the Case Institute of Technology, we are the oldest student-run organization on campus. 

Case Quantum Computing Club - The Case Quantum Computing club aims to provide resources and a community for anyone interested in quantum computing and quantum information science.  Through workshops, hackathons, and connections with professionals in the field, we will provide opportunities to learn about and get involved with this rapidly growing field.

Case Rocket Team - "At CRT, we love what we do: building rockets. When you walk into our workspace, “The Bay,” you’ll find students from dawn to midnight. Rocketry is an exciting way for new engineers to get their hands dirty, and they show it through their dedication to our work. As rocketry students, we love what we do while learning real-life skills for industry. Building a rocket for international competition demands more than great engineering. It requires teamwork and communication that we bring with us beyond CRT. Check us out at our website, caserocketteam.org.

Case Western Human Rights Initiative (Asylum Clinic) - The Case Western Human Rights Initiative's (CWHRI) primary goal is to oversee the Asylum Clinic, which provides forensic documentation of the physical and psychological sequelae of torture and abuse experienced by individuals applying for asylum in the United States. CWHRI is a unique opportunity for medical student volunteers to learn about the profound nature of the struggles of asylum seekers and work directly with providers in the forensic examinations and legal affidavit preparation.

Chemistry Graduate Student Association - CGSA represents the chemistry graduate students as one united voice. We focus on advocacy, scholarship, building community engagement, and facilitating professional development. Our members demonstrate leadership, communication, and service to Case Western Reserve University. Our mission is CAPS: Comradery, Advocacy, Professionalism, and Service. Your donation will go directly towards the CGSA Scholarship Fund that yearly finances multiple chemistry graduate students for conference travel, thesis printing, school books, and other costs that fall onto graduate students’ shoulders.

Club Soccer - Club Soccer provides a team community and respectful competition for CWRU students to play soccer. Our men's & women's teams compete against universities across the state of Ohio with the aim of reaching the Regional tournament every year. The club also holds open practices for the entire school community to participate in.

Club Volleyball - CWRU Club Volleyball is compiled of students of all skill levels, and encourage them to make friends and enjoy the sport. We also compete in both women's and men's tournaments throughout the entire school year. Eventually leading to our biggest event - Nationals, that takes place in the spring. 2 years ago, our men's team won the silver bracket, and was runner up last year. In addition, this year we are hoping to send the women's team for the first time in program history!

Competitive Programming Club - The CWRU Competitive Programming Club is an organization dedicated to furthering students' competitive programming skills. We give lessons on problem-solving, competition strategies, and algorithm design to prepare teams to represent our school in regional programming contests. In 2023, we won Case the title of #3 school in our region, and we hope to find and cultivate more talent here to make a name for ourselves in the world of competitive programming.

CWRUbotix - We are CWRUbotix, Case Western Reserve University’s robotics club. We like long walks on the beach (with robots), designing and building robots for a variety of robotics competitions, and promoting STEM education in the Cleveland community. Our primary goal is to provide an outside-the-curricula learning environment for students interested in robotics, regardless of prior experience. We focus on teaching our members technical skills such as CAD modeling, circuit design, programming, and manufacturing. 

CWRU Model United Nations - The Case Western Reserve Model United Nations Team is dedicated to helping develop members' ability to experience various perspectives, public speaking opportunities and learn more about geopolitical issues by directly engaging as countries in simulated discussions. This activity and our team promote diplomacy, cooperation, partnership, and peace through promoting negotiation skills and compromise. 

CWRU Chapter of Global Medical Brigades - The CWRU chapter of Global Medical Brigades fundraises throughout the year to take students abroad on a 1 week medical brigade. Students have the opportunity to shadow physicians, dentists, pharmacists, optometrists serving local communities in another country. The brigade is an amazing opportunity to get the behind the scenes on rural healthcare and the resources required to run clinics that serve underserved patient populations.

CWRU Cycling - The Cycling Club focuses on maintaining a relaxed, friendly environment for students, faculty, and staff to practice and participate in cycling events. These events include local road rides, trips to the Cleveland Velodrome and Ray's Indoor Mountain Bike Park, spinning classes during the snowy months, and numerous other social events. We hold public tune-ups twice a year. Our USAC-recognized competitive cycling team also participates in both domestic and collegiate races. Our club workshop and equipment, including tools, trainers, and road bikes are available to all members free of charge. We welcome everyone: come ride with us!

CWRU EMS Scholarship Fund - CWRU EMS is a student-run organization that provides free emergency medical assistance to the students, faculty, staff, and guests of the Case Western Reserve University community.  Furthermore, CWRU EMS strives to serve the CWRU community by facilitating and providing educational opportunities for the student body, by offering stand-by assistance for major university events, and by encouraging members to participate in public health-related volunteer and community service work within the greater Cleveland area. 

CWRU Figure Skating Club - CWRU Figure Skating Club brings people together based on a love for the artistic sport of figure skating. The organization has two components, a general membership and a competition team. The general body of the club participates in community events, from public skating and "learning to skate" classes to watch parties for international figure skating competitions.

CWRU Film Society - The CWRU Film Society is home to one of the last 35mm, 70mm, and digital projection booths and has been active on campus for more than 50 years. We celebrate the art of cinema with public movie screenings each weekend and annual events including Casablanca, the Rocky Horror Picture Show, the Italian Film Festival USA - Cleveland, and the annual Science Fiction Marathon which is the longest-running genre movie marathon in the United States. Your donation will help us support our programming, student projectionist program, and preserve the art of film.

CWRU for Autism Acceptance - CWRU for Autism Acceptance is an amazing club where our members are educated about Autism, and also volunteer with Cleveland’s Autism Community. Our Sparties running program happens bi-weekly, where kids ages 6-17 on the spectrum come to campus. We run, walk, play games, socialize, and have a great time together. Additionally, this year, we will be doing a lot of outreach events with local Autism organizations.

CWRU Kenya Global Health Program - The CWRU Kenya Global Health Program provides CWRU medical, nursing, and physician assistant students the opportunity to expand their health education through medical education trips to Kenya. Students gain unique experiences and skills by teaching youth in Kenya basic health topics including blood pressure, blood sugar, mental health and hygiene. Gifts will provide scholarships enabling students to travel to Kenya, teach youth in the community, and learn about global health in sub-Saharan Africa. 

CWRU Motorsports - is a competitive design team that competes in the Baja SAE racing series — each year the team designs, validates and builds an off road racing vehicle. In addition to enhancing their engineering education through real world design and manufacturing work, CWRU Motorsports members have the opportunity to further the growth of their professional communication and management skills.

CWRU Sailing Team - We are the CWRU Sailing Team, established Fall 2022. Our mission statement is to provide anyone with the ability to sail sailboats regardless of experience. We have weekly practices on Lake Erie through the Edgewater Yacht Club, with experienced coaches that teach at any skill level. We also hold weekly general body meetings, where we hold 'chalk talks' that serve as a dry classroom where the whole team can learn the ins-and-outs of sailing. We are a growing club, and hope to provide more opportunity for our members with each season.

CWRU Science Olympiad - Case Western Reserve University Science Olympiad has returned! For the first time in a while, CWRU will be hosting a Science Olympiad invitational tournament this season, on February 24th, 2024. Teams of high school students from across Ohio and neighboring states will travel to our campus in Cleveland to participate and compete against each other across 23 different events in the STEM fields. Any level of support would be greatly appreciated to ensure that any student who wants to compete is able to do so. If any organization would like to sponsor this event, we would be glad invite them to the opening ceremony.

CWRU Yoga Club Teacher Training Scholarship - CWRU Yoga Club is home to 60 active members. Each week we host two classes. One taught on campus by a student who is a certified instructor, and another at Cleveland Yoga, Little Italy (a local studio). Our classes offer a creative outlet for students to destress and cultivate their own strength. We practice vinyasa yoga, which combines movement, breath, and meditation to foster flexibility, relaxation, and self awareness. Yoga Club would like your help to sponsor a teacher training scholarship at Cleveland Yoga, Little Italy. This intensive 200 hour program would certify students to teach our campus our community. Our club relies on student teachers to sustain weekly free classes. With key seniors graduating, we will soon not have the teachers to support our community. 

Dhamakapella - Case Western Reserve University's premier South Asian a cappella group. We push the boundaries of diversity by integrating all kinds of music from many different styles, such as Indian Classical, contemporary Bollywood, pop, dubstep, and electronic genres into our set routines and have been competing across the nation for several years now with 19 national titles to show for it. Coming up, we will soon be releasing our newest album yet, Ishaara!

Discussions Undergraduate Research Journal - Our journal is entirely peer-reviewed and produced by students. Our mission is to publish the best undergraduate research from across the nation. We aspire to connect our readers with new ideas that spark conversations. Funding via Giving Tuesday would allow us to involve an even larger portion of the undergraduate body in the review, content, and layout cycles of the publication process, allowing students to develop their research skills for the present and future. It would also allow us to publish more frequently and expand on our creative ideas for the organization.

Doc Opera Fund - Doc Opera is an annual fundraiser and musical production organized by the students of the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine, which includes the Western Reserve Curriculum, the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College, and the Medical Scientist Training Programs. Since its inception 38 years ago, the primary goal of Doc Opera has been to support the health and wellness of the Greater Cleveland area by providing funding for the CWRU Student-Run Health Clinic. This clinic provides quality medical, dental, mental health, and substance abuse treatment, free of charge to medically underserved members of the local community.

Empower CWRU: Empowering Voices through the Arts of Communication - Empower CWRU's mission is to help young students improve their communication skills and find their voice through free and personalized mentoring in the Arts of Communication. Specifically, we focus on building communication skills through the avenues of public speaking, music, writing, film production, design, and writing. We work with young students in high schools in the greater Cleveland Community and other organizations surrounding the CWRU campus. We strive to bring awareness to the accessibility issues, such as an inflated price to participate and lack of local resources, in the Arts of Communication and provide resources that work to close the accessibility gap. 

Friends of Theater - Contributes directly to the Theater Department at CWRU in a number of ways. By becoming one of our Friends of Theater, your contribution allows us to bring in guest artists to work with our students. Support CWRU Theater Department productions. Help faculty and staff development. Help support the arts and allow our students greater opportunities to express themselves through theater.

First CWRU - We are a student organization created by first-generation college students for first-generation college students. We aim to provide community and resources for first-gen student on campus, by hosting a variety of both social and professional development events throughout the year. We also give out a yearly scholarship to a selected first-gen student.

FOCUS Outreach Programs - Use the time, gifts and commitment of undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students, and campus and community partners to serve youth and families locally, nationally and internationally.  Signature initiatives include Project STEP-UP, Alternative Breaks, and Community Wrap-Around.

Global Health Design Collaborative - The Global Health Design Collaboration (GHDC) is an interdisciplinary team of student engineers and medical anthropologists collaborating from across the world. We are a multi-institutional team building upon a pre-existing 25-year relationship between Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and Makerere University (MAK) in Kampala, Uganda. Our mission is to utilize the principles of engineering and medical anthropology to create culturally cognizant, sustainable solutions for primary health care problems in rural Ugandan health care centers. Funds from the Case Alumni Association are critical to our design efforts and to expanding our organizational outreach–both of which are fundamental to our mission of improving health care in low resource areas such as Uganda.

Graduate Association of Medieval Studies - The Graduate Association of Medieval Studies (GAMS) aims to 1) provide sustained support for current and prospective graduate students at Case Western Reserve University in all aspects of graduate life, especially those who pursue research in medieval and medieval-adjacent topics; 2) foster intellectual and professional development through sponsorship of academic events and discussion; 3) promote fellowship among the graduate students through social events and moral support; 4) encourage prospective students through coordinating campus visits and compiling informative materials about the program; and 5) foster communication between the graduate student body, the department staff and faculty, and the campus as a whole.

Graduate Materials Society - Is the representative organization for graduate students in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (EMSE). We are liaisons between the graduate student body and faculty and work to improve communications and feedback in the department. One way we facilitate this is by hosting department social events such as EMSE Happy Hour to encourage students and faculty to meet and chat in a relaxed environment with refreshments and activities. 

Graduate Student Council - The graduate student council serves all graduate and professional students on campus, offering social, professional, and DEI-related events. We advocate for all student needs and provide funds, scholarships, and support for professional development; and are the umbrella group that funds all graduate-level clubs and student organizations, ranging from purely social clubs such as the Tea & Chocolate Club, to professional organizations such as the Oncology Interest Group, and diversity and inclusion groups such as the Middle East & North Africa Club.

Great Lakes Energy Institute (GLEI) - Is an interdisciplinary research institute dedicated to catalyzing breakthroughs in energy sustainability that address the most pressing problems facing our world. Housed within the Case School of Engineering, we empower our faculty, students and partners to expand knowledge, deepen understanding, and create innovative and sustainable energy solutions. Your support will enable us to continue to improve and grow our ThinkEnergy Fellows program, through which 15 CWRU students with a passion for energy explore their interests in an experiential and entrepreneurial co-curricular cohort program.

Habitat for Humanity - Works to minimize substandard housing in the Cleveland community. We lead weekly volunteer trips to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which helps fund the homes being built within our community. On campus, we organize awareness and fundraising events to bring more visibility to the housing crisis around us. We connect with homeowners through Habitat for Humanity and get to see the impact of having a home. 

Health Education & Leadership in Physiology - H.E.L.P.'s mission is to improve the health literacy and agency of under-resourced Cleveland communities with health education, advocacy, and meaningful engagement. Through community outreach opportunities, our members gain awareness and the skills to address socioeconomic barriers to health, especially food insecurity. We foster creativity and open-mindedness in the communities we serve to improve their relationship with food and other health determinants, giving them a sense of control over dietary choices and overall health. In the future, we hope to make our resources available to similar communities nationwide via virtual media.

Helmut Cascorbi Valedictorian Award - The Helmut Cascorbi Valedictorian Award recognizes the top graduating student at each program location of the Master of Science in Anesthesia (MSA) program. Established in 2011, the Award honors Dr. Cascorbi's significant and fundamental contributions to the MSA program and certified anesthesiologist assistants (CAA) profession. This Award directly supports our graduating students as they join the ranks of the nation’s top CAAs.

Humanitarian Design Corps/Engineers Without Borders - Is an undergraduate club that focuses on long-term, interdisciplinary, humanitarian focused design projects in both the local community and international communities. Over the year 2022, we have successfully implemented two local projects and closed out one international project, along with having built multiple project prototypes and demonstrations. With your support, in 2023 we will send undergraduate students on life-changing trips to implement sustainable infrastructure abroad. 

Huntsman Cancer Foundation - Sigma Chi is a fraternity on campus banded together of similar-minded college gentlemen for the purpose of developing ourselves as leaders in our chapter, community, and society as a whole. Our International partner for our philanthropy is the Huntsman Cancer Institute, which is a world-renowned facility dedicated to providing treatment and research towards the goal of being the generation to end cancer.

HyperCase - Hypercase is an interdisciplinary organization that connects students from the medical, law, business, nursing, and engineering schools to form teams and solve real-world problems in healthcare.

Ice Hockey - The CWRU Ice Hockey club provides all undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to participate in collegiate level ice hockey. The club is a member of the College Hockey East M3 Division and has won the CHE playoffs in 2016, 2019, and 2022. A highlight of our season will be when we play the University of Akron at the Rocket Mortgage Field House on professional ice.

International Student Fellowship - We are a Case Western Reserve University student organization made up of Internationals and Americans who strive to provide practical, social and spiritual support to all international students regardless of faith, background and ethnicity by building intercultural friendships, and demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ.

Juggling Club - The CWRU Juggling Club teaches juggling on campus and performs around campus and the surrounding Cleveland area, as well as traveling to juggling festivals and putting on our own Cleveland Circus (9 years and counting!). For Giving Tuesday, we will be juggling to raise money for organizations on campus.

Kids Against Hunger - We work to reduce the impact of food insecurity in and around Cleveland! We pack thousands of meals each semester with CWRU students for distribution in and around the Cleveland area. These packing events are our flagship events and help unite our campus and the Cleveland community.

Kung Fu - CWRU Kung Fu aims to introduce Chinese martial arts to students of all backgrounds in CWRU, with an emphasis on Northern Shaolin, self defense and shuai chiao. Being both a USG organization and a club sport, we promote Chinese culture at tabling events and participate in demos and tournaments. Our mission is to build strength of body and mind, and discipline through a traditional Chinese art form. 

La Dolce Vita - La Dolce Vita was founded in the year 2000. Its mission is to promote Italian language and culture to interested members of the CWRU community, and guests. There have been hundreds of student members who have joined, participated, and bolstered the success of the society in the 23 consecutive years that it has been a recognized campus student organization. Students with numerous academic interests and specializations have participated in La Dolce Vita at CWRU and enjoyed many features of Italian language and culture. 

The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center - The LGBT Center’s mission is to provide support and advocacy to LGBTQ+ individuals within CWRU and provide a haven to those who are seeking solidarity and community. We educate the campus community about the complexity of human sexuality, gender, and relationships through authentic dialogue. The space provides an inviting home to members of the LGBTQ+ and allied community interested in exploring and celebrating LGBTQ+ identities. Beyond the student base, the LGBT Center also welcomes alumni, prospective students, staff and faculty, and community members.

Macromolecular Science and Engineering Student Organization (MSO) - is a vital and representative student body dedicated to serving the graduate students within the Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering. With a multifaceted mission, the MSO plays a pivotal role in fostering an enriched academic environment, building a strong sense of community, and advancing the interests of graduate students in this dynamic department.

Mandel BSA - Our commitment will be to enhance the experience of Black students pursuing a graduate degree by promoting cultural diversity for the entire Mandel School community through educational seminars, workshops, and social opportunities. The organization also acts as a liaison to appropriate community resources and highlights relevant and pertinent issues in the Black community.

Mandel School Annual Fund - The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences dedicates 100% of our school’s annual fund to student support in the form of school-directed scholarships and field placement stipends. A gift of any amount provides immediate support to students.

Master of Science in Anesthesia Student Assistance Fund - The Master of Science in Anesthesia (MSA) Student Assistance Fund creates a pathway to success for our students, supporting their academic, financial, and mental well-being. The Fund provides merit-based awards, emergency financial support, and health and wellness initiatives that all serve to help our students thrive and succeed during their intensive two-year training program.

The Medical Technology Group - The Medical Technology Group at Case Western Reserve University promotes design and entrepreneurship education through collaborations between undergraduate students and industry professionals in the pursuit of a comprehensive approach to medical technology development that meets a relevant clinical need. Members of MTG get first-hand experience designing and consulting to solve healthcare design challenges. We aim to generate solutions to medical problems, not only developing prototypes to meet the needs of patients and clinicians, but assessing the business case and ultimate market viability of our proposed solutions.

Model United Nations - Model United Nations is a competitive intercollegiate foreign and public affairs activity that seeks to develop delegates' skills with public speaking, diplomatic compromise, resolution writing, group leadership, and the accurate representation of a nation's foreign policies while fostering a greater understanding of how the United Nations works, the cultural, political, and economic backgrounds of other nations, and the foreign affairs community in general.

Naach Di CWRU - Naach Di Cleveland is a national, inter-collegiate South Asian dance competition in Cleveland, OH, featuring Bollywood-Fusion and Bhangra. The annual competition is hosted by students of Case Western Reserve University and will take place on March 2024, at the Cleveland Public Auditorium. We aim to promote South Asian culture in the northern Ohio community through the organization of a dance competition that will bring people together from across the country. Whether it is by performing and competing at the competition or simply by watching and enjoying the show, we hope to create a night to remember for everyone involved.

National Lawyers Guild - The National Lawyers Guild is the nation’s oldest and largest progressive bar association and was the first one in the United States to be racially integrated. Our mission is to use law for the people, uniting lawyers, law students, legal workers, and jailhouse lawyers to function as an effective force in the service of the people by valuing human rights and the rights of ecosystems over property interests.

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) - The CWRU chapter of NSBE was founded in 1987 and since then has continuously worked to uphold NSBE's mission of increasing "the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community." To achieve this, we focus on local programs that target the Cleveland and CWRU population with events such as K-12 tutoring, financial literacy workshops, and black inventors history.   

Parents and Family Fund - Gifts to the Parent and Family Fund make a critical difference in supporting programs that enhance student life here on campus. Gifts like yours help the Division of Student Affairs enhance our campus experiences including the Emerging Leaders Program, StrengthsQuest, campus-wide cultural events, and student organization support for conferences, Ted Talks, and start-ups for new groups.

PERIOD @ CWRU - Our mission is to advocate for menstrual care on CWRU’s campus and in the Cleveland community.  Our goals are to normalize menstruation, provide care packages for those in need, and affect legislation by empowering students to raise awareness about the issue and create change.

Phi Sigma Rho - Established in 2004 on the CWRU campus, Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for women and non-binary individuals in STEM fields. The sorority is guided by its core values of friendship, scholarship, and encouragement and has been a supportive community for people who aim to strike a balance between academics and their social life. We are proud supporters of the Leukemia & Lymphoma society and have actively contributed towards the cause through fundraisers. Your gifts will go towards furthering our mission of connecting women and non-binary individuals in STEM through our sisterhood!

Pi Beta Phi Sorority - The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service. Throughout its history, Pi Beta Phi has helped young women develop meaningful relationships while reaching their personal potential through leadership opportunities.

Physics Graduate Student Association - PGSA a collection of physics graduate students at CWRU looking to promote fellowship, community, and diversity in our department. We're aiming to furnish a dedicated lounge space for graduate students in our department, where they can relax, connect, and collaborate. This space will be a hub for building a strong, inclusive community within our diverse department.

Project Sunshine - Is affiliated with Project Sunshine International and is a non-denominational, not-for-profit organization that provides numerous free programs and services to children with cancer, AIDS, and other life-threatening illnesses. Our goal is to "bring sunshine to a rainy day". We are a service club that serves two main direct sites in the local Cleveland area: Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland and University Hospital - Rainbow Babies. Our service projects include arts & crafts activities, baking, cooking dinner for the families, and much more! 

The Residence Hall Association (RHA) - Is a student elected group of individuals with the common goal of bettering the residential experience. Our organization has three pillars: programming, advocacy, and leadership. Our events are completely free to residents, coming entirely from our own funds. These events are meant to help students make lasting memories, to take a break from the stress of school, and to build community. Some important advocacy projects RHA has completed in the past are giving residents free laundry, adding water bottle fillers across campus, and increasing the amount of vegan and vegetarian options in dining halls. Lastly, we have several leadership opportunities, like a mentorship program and the ability to attend conferences across the nation. RHA is all about building community and helping residents make the most of their time on campus.

SACNAS CWRU (Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in STEM) - The Case Western Reserve University SACNAS chapter is an all-inclusive student-run organization with the goal of diversifying STEM disciplines and industries. The chapter welcomes undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral trainees, staff, and faculty across all CWRU colleges with STEM-designated academic programs to network, collaborate, and promote the mission of the organization.

SATRANG Indian students Association - SATRANG is the Graduate Indian Student Association at Case Western Reserve University aimed at promoting interaction and networking events. It is a dynamic and a vibrant cultural organization aiming to promote the cultural diversity of India.

SIAM - SIAM is the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, we work to promote mathematical thought through various monthly activities. We bridge the intersection of Mathematics, Physics, Engineering and Computer Science. The events we host are open to students in any field that utilizes the techniques of applied math. Bringing together different backgrounds allows different concentrations to learn from each other ensuring student success.

Se-xy - Is a student organization focused on helping and encouraging students at Case Western Reserve University to participate in the engagement of self-love. The organization is not limited to education but extends to exploration surrounding self-care through physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual, and professional wellness practices. Se-xy primarily focuses on fostering the culture of personal well–being to promote the greater goal of life–long self care habits that can be carried out past the undergraduate experience.

Siegal Lifelong Learning - The Siegal Lifelong Learning Program connects the academic world to the wider community through innovative and engaging programming. Adults of all ages pursue their love of learning by participating in courses and lectures with CWRU faculty, internationally renowned scholars, and local experts who share their cutting-edge research and current topics of interest. CWRU alumni and friends can travel to global destinations where participants learn about a country, its culture and sites from faculty and trip leaders with deep knowledge and passion for the destination. 

Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority - Sigma Lambda Gamma provides opportunities for lifelong empowerment to its members, thereby positively influencing the global community. We pride ourselves in promoting respect and upholding standards of excellence in morality, ethics, and education. By engaging in activities that focus on our founding principles, our members can develop and fine-tune their professional and leadership skills.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers - The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Inc. is a non-profit nation-wide organization dedicated to increasing the participation of college students in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The National organization is composed of individual chapters throughout the United States — ranging from High School to Professional Levels — which invest in creating a richer and more diverse professional environment for all underrepresented minorities in STEM fields.

Society of Women Engineers (SWE) - Is an educational and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in engineering. SWE provides opportunities for women to achieve their full potential and be recognized for their contributions as engineers and leaders. The organization also works to expand the image of the engineering and technology professions as a positive force in improving the quality of life and demonstrate the value of diversity and inclusion.

South Asian Law Students Association - Our organization, although inactive last year, has been a proud establishment at CWRU Law for many years. Our goal is to provide a safe and welcoming space for South Asian students in the legal field. A recent survey indicated that 2.5% of lawyers in America are of Asian descent. That number includes all of Asia, meaning the number of South Asian lawyers is even smaller. It is important to South Asians in the legal field to have a sense of community and belonging, as we are an underrepresented group in the both the our field and at CWRU Law.

Spartan Cheer Coaches - Spartan Cheer is a steady-growing club sport that supports both the Case Western community and cheers on others all around Cleveland. We are a diverse and skilled combination of hardworking students that enjoy spreading cheer around campus. We consistently push ourselves to achieve harder skills, tumbling, routines, and stunts. We put many hours of our time into each performance, including our dedicated coaches. We have more coaches than ever before, which is awesome, but unfortunately our budget decided last spring didn't account for this. They are incredible and essentially volunteer, because their payment just almost covers parking. In better news, the team is more talented than it has been in awhile, with a huge new member class. 

SpartanTHON - SpartanTHON is a student-run fundraising organization at Case Western Reserve University. We fundraise all year for our local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Rainbow Babies and Children’s. All our funds go towards services and items for families that insurance does not cover, such as preemie diapers or music therapy. Our biggest fundraiser is our annual dance marathon, where we stand for 12 hours to honor the average shift of a nurse at the hospital. Last year we raised over $27000, and this year we hope to raise even more. Our organization is growing its presence on campus, and we also host several other fundraising events throughout the year.

SPILF: Student Public Interest Law Fellowship- Is an organization within the law school that raises awareness and money for those who want to take on public interest legal internships that are unpaid. We raise awareness by hosting events like student attorney networking events with public interest lawyers in the community. We raise money by hosting multiple events a year including a fall 5K run and a spring auction gala. 

Student Intellectual Property Law Association - The Student Intellectual Property Law Association (SIPLA) aims to offer a support system for IP law related students. Regardless of a student’s interests and undergraduate background, our goal is to provide professional support and opportunities for students in the IP law field. We understand the transition to law school and navigating legal opportunities for the first time as a 1L is a very overwhelming process and we are here to provide support for you every step of the way. 

Student Run Health Clinic - The Student Run Health Clinic is run by Case Western Reserve University Graduate students from the medical, nursing, physician assistant, social work, and dental schools at CWRU and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. The mission of the Student-Run Health Clinic is centered around three founding goals: To serve, To learn, and To Collaborate. We strive to provide high quality, compassionate health care to underserved populations within the Greater Cleveland community, to provide unique clinical practice and mentorship opportunities, and to foster and encourage an environment for interprofessional collaboration.

The Steel Bridge Club - Is a Civil Engineering club that designs and fabricates a model bridge and competes against other universities for the most efficient design. Our focus is on providing hands-on opportunities for students to get experience with modeling software and fabrication techniques. We hope to bring as many team members as we can to our combined ASCE Symposium and Steel Bridge Competition in March.

Student National Medical Association (SNMA) and Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) - Chapters are committed to supporting underrepresented minority (URiM) medical students in their professional development and in the services to communities. The organizations work together to build a welcoming environment for students who identify and/or wish to support URiM students, create networking, mentoring, and professional development events, mentor and inspire college students and children to pursue a career in medicine, and volunteer and advocate for underserved communities. Student leaders are active at a regional and national level, bringing recognition to CWRU and our commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in professional development and patient care. 

Study Abroad Scholarships - Supports the mission of CWRU by cultivating a culture of global understanding, responsibility and citizenship through accessible, high-quality courses and learning experiences abroad. Since 2019, the OEA has managed scholarships, such as the think: global, need-based scholarship to help CWRU students be given equal access to education abroad experiences, regardless of race, and social-economic status.

Tennis Club - The CWRU Tennis Club works with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and communicates with other college club tennis teams to arrange tournament and scrimmage opportunities for players. We offer year-round organized practices to build a community of people of all levels who are passionate about tennis. 

The Black Student Union Fund - The umbrella organization for African American Society, African Student Association, National Society of Black Engineers, the Brotherhood and the Sisterhood, the Black Student Union unifies students of the African Diaspora on campus. Your support fosters a welcoming community for Black students on campus, advocates on their behalf  in times of need, and creates a strong network among Black students, staff and faculty.

The Board Meeting - The purpose of The Board Meeting is to promote and make accessible to the community skateboarding, longboarding, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and surfing at Case Western Reserve University. The group shall strive to make a variety of boardsports accessible to new riders from all skill levels, fostering a vibrant community while also shaping social and leadership skills among students at Case Western Reserve University. We strive to collaborate with other clubs to continue to foster a welcoming, inclusive community on campus!

The Boxing Club of CWRU - Since our inception four years ago, the Boxing Club of CWRU has been working hard to take pugnacious, rowdy Case students and turn them into refined gentlemen and women with a penchant for the sweet science. We here at the boxing club believe boxing is so much more than just fighting; it's a sport, and it's an art.

The Observer - Is the weekly campus newspaper of Case Western Reserve University. Established in 1969, it exists to report news affecting or involving students and to provide an editorial forum for the university community.From accounting to engineering and student government to residence life, the newspaper’s editors, writers and photographers represent the wide array of academic and extracurricular interests that make Case Western Reserve one of the best schools in the nation. As the university’s only weekly publication, The Observer can be found in campus buildings every Friday during the academic year and always online at observer.case.edu.

The Weatherhead Fund - Is a student-operated investment club managing a ~$700,000 portfolio. All majors and interests are welcome. Industries covered: Consumer, Technology, Energy, Manufacturing, FIG/REITs, and Healthcare.

The Hidden Opponent - Is a national organization that raises awareness for student-athlete mental health and aims to address the stigma surrounding mental health in sports culture.

The Undergraduate Indian Students Association -  Is a student-led organization under the Undergraduate Diversity Collaborative (UDC). uISA is one of the largest student organizations on campus. Founded by Indian undergraduates, uISA strives to bring awareness of Indian culture and tradition to both Case Western and to the greater Cleveland area. We hope to foster a diverse and inclusive environment at our events and bring the joys of Indian festivals and culture to campus. uISA hosts many events throughout the year including celebrations of Navaratri Garba, Diwali, and Holi, as well as an annual formal and one of the largest cultural showcases on campus, Andaaz. 

Undergraduate Research Society - Undergraduate Research Society's mission is to utilize the collective experiential knowledge of undergraduate researchers to support one another in their pursuit of research to find research, connect and network, develop skills, develop postgraduate plans, collaboration, and locally impact our society.

The Undergraduate Student Nurses’ Association - Works to support the Frances Payne Bolton BSN program candidates through motivational events, alumni networking, and student advocacy to the nursing administration. We also strive to influence nursing policy through attendance at the National Student Nurses’ Association conference where we present field-relevant policy resolutions in front of other school chapters and nursing leadership figures. With additional funds, USNA could expand on our support of our students through greater involvement in supporting initiatives related to transportation to and from clinical/community settings, higher-quality morale boosting events, and have a greater involvement in giving back to the community. 

Undivided - Undivided is CWRU’s hip-hop dance club. We aim to teach and harbor a relaxing, fun, comfortable environment for non-dancers, beginners, and experienced performers. We also perform at a variety of campus-wide events and programs! We host weekly classes every Monday (5-7pm) and Saturday (6-8pm) in the Village 3A Dance Studio. We teach choreography in a variety of hip-hop styles and feature dances of varying difficulties. 

UNICEF CWRU - UNICEF CWRU is an undergraduate organization at Case Western Reserve University and a chapter of the UNICEF USA Clubs Program. UNICEF CWRU works to promote the mission of UNICEF USA, and we do so through fundraising, advocacy, and education. During our general body meetings, we often create cards and make crafts for local organizations that benefit hospitalized children in our community.

Women In Finance - Women in finance seeks to educate, elevate, and empower women to pursue financial careers through professional development. We organise events to help women with key professional development events such as resume reviews, interview prep, and Linked-In prep. We also host a variety of speaker events including alumni on wall street, and other women in prominent positions in the financial services industry. These events offer our members the opportunity to network with, and learn from these women and alumni who have made it in finance.

The Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable (WISER) - Seeks to support and empower women in STEM through our three pillars: leadership, mentorship and outreach. WISER works to provide programming for its members and the CWRU community all year long, often in collaboration with the Mather Center and other student organizations. This includes events geared toward professional development, outreach in our community, and uplifting girls in grade school to pursue STEM careers. 

Yoga Club - CWRU Yoga Club is home to 60 active members. Each week we host two classes. One taught on campus by a student who is a certified instructor, and another at Cleveland Yoga, Little Italy (a local studio). Our classes offer a creative outlet for students to destress and cultivate their own strength. We practice vinyasa yoga, which combines movement, breath, and meditation to foster flexibility, relaxation, and self awareness.Yoga prepares students physically and mentally for the integration of their physical, mental, and spiritual faculties. The practice promotes the health and wellness of our campus community. Yoga follows students off the mat by teaching us how to live with discomfort and seek growth. Instructors remark that it is beautiful to watch students leave their stressors aside and open their hearts and minds up to push themselves to beyond their limits during practice.