The Observer

The study abroad fair was hosted on Sept. 9 on the quad, exposing students to various study abroad opportunties.

Study Abroad: Financially accessible?

Jasmine Gallup, Staff Reporter September 16, 2016

With universities across the country getting increasingly competitive about attracting prospective students, or ‘prospies,’ one of the things that’s getting the spotlight on almost every campus tour...

CWRU transition to need-aware admissions approved

Anastazia Vanisko, Director of Print September 16, 2016

Case Western Reserve University will officially adopt a need-aware admissions policy despite student opposition last fall, when the possibility was first made known to the student body. Undergraduate...

Abetting hypocrisy: Financial aid policy exposes need for revisions

Ryan Cleary April 15, 2016

Earlier this year, Case Western Reserve University announced an interest in adopting a need-aware admissions policy to meet 100 percent of student financial need. While it cannot be said whether the...

Scholarships get personal

Julia Bianco, Director of Web & Multimedia February 19, 2016

As part of the university’s increased capital campaign, there are now more options for donors to give to undergraduate scholarships. “Our admissions have skyrocketed in recent years for undergraduates,”...

CWRU considers ending use of need-blind admissions

Aneeka Ayyar, Staff Reporter April 17, 2015

For the first time in 10 years, Case Western Reserve University is considering changing the way it runs its admissions. Currently, CWRU practices need-blind admissions, but they don’t meet 100 percent...

With housing policy, financial aid fails to financially aid

November 14, 2014

A recent Businessinsider.com article ranked Case Western Reserve University’s dorms as the most expensive in Ohio higher education. Similarly, according to a poll on The Observer’s website, a whopping...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
financial aid