Common reading book explores the effects of stereotypes

Each year, CWRU chooses a common reading book that serves as a basis for programs and discussions for first-year students—beginning at orientation and continuing through the fall semester. This year’s selection, Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do,

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Common reading book explores the effects of stereotypes

Each year, CWRU chooses a common reading book that serves as a basis for programs and discussions for first-year students—beginning at orientation and continuing through the fall semester. This year’s selection, Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do,

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Welcome to FYI

Welcome to your first edition of First-Year Information or, as we like to call it, FYI. We’ll be in touch with you throughout the summer to update you with important information and deadlines you’ll need to know as you prepare

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Welcome to FYI

Welcome to your first edition of First-Year Information or, as we like to call it, FYI. We’ll be in touch with you throughout the summer to update you with important information and deadlines you’ll need to know as you prepare

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Credit eligibility for transfer courses and AP, IB and A-level exams

Incoming first-year students may be eligible to earn credit at CWRU through Advanced Placement (AP) exams, International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, British A-Level exams, and other foreign credentials, as well as coursework taken at another college or university. Additional information about the

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Credit eligibility for transfer courses and AP, IB and A-level exams

Incoming first-year students may be eligible to earn credit at CWRU through Advanced Placement (AP) exams, International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, British A-Level exams, and other foreign credentials, as well as coursework taken at another college or university. Additional information about the

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Looking ahead: Important dates for summer and fall

July 9–14: Class registration period Students register for their fall courses online. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing with you several resources, including policy information, online information sessions, contact information for undergraduate studies deans and much more to

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Looking ahead: Important dates for summer and fall

July 9–14: Class registration period Students register for their fall courses online. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing with you several resources, including policy information, online information sessions, contact information for undergraduate studies deans and much more to

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Housing application now available. Room selection opens May 18

First-year students are now able to complete their housing application on the New Student Checklist. Complete the housing application prior to Monday, May 18 to be eligible to choose your residence hall room when the online housing assignment begins May

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Housing application now available. Room selection opens May 18

First-year students are now able to complete their housing application on the New Student Checklist. Complete the housing application prior to Monday, May 18 to be eligible to choose your residence hall room when the online housing assignment begins May

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Getting to work on your New Student Checklist

The New Student Checklist will be your go-to resource for completing necessary paperwork (or paper-less work as the case may be) that will get you up and running at Case Western Reserve—things like choosing your housing and dining preferences, preparing for orientation and much more. Right

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Getting to work on your New Student Checklist

The New Student Checklist will be your go-to resource for completing necessary paperwork (or paper-less work as the case may be) that will get you up and running at Case Western Reserve—things like choosing your housing and dining preferences, preparing for orientation and much more. Right

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Math diagnostic test opens May 15

All incoming students, regardless of intended major or expected calculus credit, are required to complete the Math Diagnostic exam on the New Student Checklist. The exam will become available on May 15 and should be completed no later than June 15. The

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Math diagnostic test opens May 15

All incoming students, regardless of intended major or expected calculus credit, are required to complete the Math Diagnostic exam on the New Student Checklist. The exam will become available on May 15 and should be completed no later than June 15. The

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Start using your CWRU email

Your Case Western Reserve email account is the primary way the university will communicate official information to you. As such, we ask that you check your university email account on a regular basis. Your email address is YourCWRUNetworkID@case.edu (i.e. abc123@case.edu).

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Start using your CWRU email

Your Case Western Reserve email account is the primary way the university will communicate official information to you. As such, we ask that you check your university email account on a regular basis. Your email address is YourCWRUNetworkID@case.edu (i.e. abc123@case.edu).

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New grads reflect on the first-year experience

In the midst of graduation, see what these CWRU students said about transitioning to college, moving in, making friends and why they’re glad they chose Case Western Reserve.

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New grads reflect on the first-year experience

In the midst of graduation, see what these CWRU students said about transitioning to college, moving in, making friends and why they’re glad they chose Case Western Reserve.

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Course registration begins July 9. Planning resources coming soon

Incoming first-year students will register for courses online using the Student Information System (SIS) July 9 to 14. The Office of Undergraduate Studies will provide you with many resources to help you prepare and will provide you with support every

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Course registration begins July 9. Planning resources coming soon

Incoming first-year students will register for courses online using the Student Information System (SIS) July 9 to 14. The Office of Undergraduate Studies will provide you with many resources to help you prepare and will provide you with support every

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