The Office of Student Activities & Leadership empowers Case students to take ownership of their university experience by supporting student programs, traditions, and initiatives. Through a foundation of leadership development, we assist in creating a vibrant undergraduate student climate and a stronger Case community.
The Graduate Student Senate Health Care Committee is responsible for representing student interests as decisions are made regarding health benefits for students and their dependents. This includes addressing the need for increased choice amongst dental care providers, gathering information that will allow students to use health care in a more cost-effective way, and taking a comprehensive look at how health benefits and other financial aid and compensation relate to each other for graduate and professional students at Case.
To further promote a stronger sense of community and personal growth in our members, the Interfraternity Congress, Panhellenic Council and the Office of Greek Life has expanded the FIPG Risk Management Program. The "Students Meeting about Risk and Responsibility Training," or SMARRT Program, was built on the FIPG program to help educate members on risks facing college students today. In addition to educating members on the rules associated with being a member of a Greek organization, the SMARRT Program will also educate members on alcohol and drug use, and sexual assault prevention.
USG grants recognition to the rest of CWRU's student organizations, and also provides these organizations with funding each semester. USG also acts as a primary liaison between the undergraduate students and the faculty, administration, and other appropriate groups. USG representatives work with their caucuses to improve the experiences of students in the four schools and first-year students, and also work with their committees to improve relevant aspects of the undergraduate student experience at CWRU.