Case Western Reserve University

Activate your CWRU Network ID

Your CWRU Network ID is your online identity at Case Western Reserve University. You'll use it to register for classes, log into Google Apps, apply for financial aid and acesses online services reserved to CWRU community members. Activating your ID is easily accomplished using our online activation wizard.

Review your Financial Aid information

Students who have submitted a FAFSA and CSS Profile and received an financial aid award from the university can log into Net Partner to review their financial aid award and determine what additional documentation may be required for disbursement.

Confirm Your Enrollment

Students who wish to pay their enrollment deposit via credit card have the option of confirming their enrollment online. Students who prefer to pay by check should complete the enrollment card included in their admission packet and send it back using the enclosed business reply envelope. Tuition deposits received after May 1 will be considered on a space available basis.

If the tuition deposit represents a hardship for your family, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission to determine if you qualify for a fee waiver.

Begin Work on the New Student Checklist

The New Student Checklist helps students go from making a tuition deposit to arriving on campus as CWRU Spartans. We'll guide you through all the various tasks required for new students, including selecting housing and meal plan preferences and submitting final transcripts after high school graduation.

In order to begin the New Student Checklist, you'll need to have an activated CWRU Network ID, and to have accepted your offer of admission and submitted your tuition deposit either online or via U.S. mail.

Submit a Final Transcript

All students must submit a final transcript from their secondary institution prior to enrollment and disbursement of any financial aid. It is Case Western Reserve University's expectation that all students final trancripts will reflect a continuation of the high academic standard they demonstrated prior to admission. Students who do not continue to meet this standard may have their offer of admission rescinded.

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