Case Western Reserve University
Cuyahoga Community College and Case Western Reserve University have created special agreements to help you earn a Bachelor degree. Work with a counselor at both institutions to earn your Associate degree and then transfer seamlessly to complete your Bachelor degree.
In response to COVID-19:
- CWRU is offering alternative options for prospective students to learn more about CWRU and participate in a number of events including virtual campus tours,open houses and LIVE information sessions.
- Unofficial transcripts can be utilized for admission review for the fall 2020 semester, (official transcript will be required before classes begin).
Cleveland Humanities Collaborative
This is a joint initiative to create an effective pathway for humanities-focused Tri-C students to earn an Associate of Arts degree and continue their pursuit of a liberal arts education and a Baccalaureate degree at CWRU. The Bachelor of Arts degree majors at CWRU include Art History, Classics, English, History, French, German, Spanish, Music, Philosophy of Science, Japanese Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, or World Literature; and American Studies and Teacher Education as a second major. See Articulation Agreement for criteria, benefits, and additional details. Learn more about the Cleveland Humanities Collaborative.
This is a joint initiative to create an effective pathway for STEM-focused Tri-C students to earn an Associate degree and continue their pursuit of a Baccalaureate degree at CWRU. The CWRU Bachelor degrees are in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). See Articulation Agreement (Page 4) for criteria, benefits, and additional details.