The classroom is just the beginning. Nearly all of our students—practically 99 percent—participate in some form of experiential learning during their time at Case Western Reserve. From joining any of our 25 dynamic student organizations to making discoveries in research jobs both on and off campus to studying abroad, opportunities abound for you to connect with your classmates, mentors and friends on campus and around the world.
Undergraduate Electrical, Computer, and Systems Student Organization
Case School of Engineering provides students with a community full of opportunities. Students can become part of on-campus student chapters of national organizations.
The Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world's largest technical professional society and is dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. The Association for Computing Machinery promotes the awareness and understanding of current computer technology and offers routes of exploration into these subjects in fun and interesting ways.
Our Women in Tech program educates woman-identifying leaders in technology. And there are so many other ways you can get involved.
Explore all our student organizations.
Start making discoveries, either working side-by-side with our field-leading faculty or on your own independent projects. Get a deeper perspective on the human body and form new treatments for diseases with the use of artificial intelligence. Develop solutions for more efficient and clean energy systems that can withstand any weather condition.
Meet our faculty and learn more about the exciting projects you can be a part of.
Rise to the challenge
Keep your eye on the prize and enter your great ideas into a design competition. Case Western Reserve hosts two internal contests each year: the Saint-Gobain Design Competition and the Spartan Challenge. The Great Lakes Energy Institute also supports students interested in entering the Clean Energy Challenge.
And, via CWRU LaunchNET, the university helps students participate in local, regional and national competitions and events.