Pulitzer-winning common reading book coming your way

The common reading program at Case Western Reserve University provides a shared experience for incoming students as a way to build community on campus and to bring together a diversity of viewpoints for discussion both in and outside the classroom.

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Pulitzer-winning common reading book coming your way

The common reading program at Case Western Reserve University provides a shared experience for incoming students as a way to build community on campus and to bring together a diversity of viewpoints for discussion both in and outside the classroom.

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See the class of 2016 from their first day on campus through graduation

In August 2012, hundreds of first-years arrived on campus—some eager, some nervous, and all preparing to start the next phase of their lives as Case Western Reserve University students. Last month, many of those same students crossed the stage to

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See the class of 2016 from their first day on campus through graduation

In August 2012, hundreds of first-years arrived on campus—some eager, some nervous, and all preparing to start the next phase of their lives as Case Western Reserve University students. Last month, many of those same students crossed the stage to

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Complete your writing sample for placement in SAGES First Seminar

In their first semester at CWRU, all students enroll in a First Seminar, the initial course in the Seminar Approach to General Education and Scholarship (SAGES) program. SAGES First Seminars are small (17 or fewer students), discussion-based courses that use

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Complete your writing sample for placement in SAGES First Seminar

In their first semester at CWRU, all students enroll in a First Seminar, the initial course in the Seminar Approach to General Education and Scholarship (SAGES) program. SAGES First Seminars are small (17 or fewer students), discussion-based courses that use

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Start planning your fall courses

The Shopping Cart feature in the Student Information System (SIS) is a very helpful tool that you will use to help with planning your fall semester schedule. It is highly recommended that you place courses in your shopping cart in

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Start planning your fall courses

The Shopping Cart feature in the Student Information System (SIS) is a very helpful tool that you will use to help with planning your fall semester schedule. It is highly recommended that you place courses in your shopping cart in

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Review the First-Year Registration Guide to prepare for course registration

The First-Year Registration Guide is now available on the New Student Checklist and can be accessed through the First-Year Registration item. The guide is a comprehensive resource that provides information that will help you develop a schedule and guide you

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Review the First-Year Registration Guide to prepare for course registration

The First-Year Registration Guide is now available on the New Student Checklist and can be accessed through the First-Year Registration item. The guide is a comprehensive resource that provides information that will help you develop a schedule and guide you

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Tell your advisor a little about yourself

The faculty member teaching your SAGES first seminar will serve as your first academic advisor at Case Western Reserve. Begin this relationship with one of your most important academic allies at CWRU by completing the information for advisors item on

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Tell your advisor a little about yourself

The faculty member teaching your SAGES first seminar will serve as your first academic advisor at Case Western Reserve. Begin this relationship with one of your most important academic allies at CWRU by completing the information for advisors item on

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Continuing your study of a modern language? Placement exams due July 1

Students who studied French, German or Spanish and want to continue in that language at Case Western Reserve should take the appropriate language placement exam by completing the Modern Language Placement Exams item on the New Student Checklist. Log in to

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Continuing your study of a modern language? Placement exams due July 1

Students who studied French, German or Spanish and want to continue in that language at Case Western Reserve should take the appropriate language placement exam by completing the Modern Language Placement Exams item on the New Student Checklist. Log in to

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Jump start your transition to college with a three-day adventure

Get a head start on your CWRU transition by participating in an adventure Aug. 18 to 21—optional small-group excursions that will help you start off your college career on a fun note. Adventures take place in the days before New Student Orientation, in

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Jump start your transition to college with a three-day adventure

Get a head start on your CWRU transition by participating in an adventure Aug. 18 to 21—optional small-group excursions that will help you start off your college career on a fun note. Adventures take place in the days before New Student Orientation, in

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Tune in Wednesday for online session “Registration 101”

Join the Office of Undergraduate Studies at 7 p.m. EDT Wednesday, June 8 for the first in a series of online information sessions designed to help you prepare for course registration. Join the session, Registration 101, live via the First-Year Registration

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Tune in Wednesday for online session “Registration 101”

Join the Office of Undergraduate Studies at 7 p.m. EDT Wednesday, June 8 for the first in a series of online information sessions designed to help you prepare for course registration. Join the session, Registration 101, live via the First-Year Registration

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Apply by June 24 to represent CWRU at Entrepreneurship Immersion Week

Returning and incoming CWRU undergraduate students who are interested in entrepreneurship, innovation, public speaking and/or business case development, are encouraged to apply to represent CWRU at the fourth annual Entrepreneurship Immersion Week, July 31 to Aug. 5. Apply by Friday, June 24 to learn about

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Apply by June 24 to represent CWRU at Entrepreneurship Immersion Week

Returning and incoming CWRU undergraduate students who are interested in entrepreneurship, innovation, public speaking and/or business case development, are encouraged to apply to represent CWRU at the fourth annual Entrepreneurship Immersion Week, July 31 to Aug. 5. Apply by Friday, June 24 to learn about

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