Bureau of Motor Vehicles offers Case Western Reserve University license plates

Case Western Reserve University alumni and friends can purchase CWRU-branded license plates through the Bureau of Motor Vehicles’ Ohio Collegiate Plate Program.

The license plates can be used on passenger vehicles, non-commercial trucks and leased vehicles. Plates can be purchased when your current plates are due for renewal. They also are available anytime between registration periods, with credit given for registration and permissive taxes already paid.

Of the $35 fee, $25 counts as a charitable gift toward Case Western Reserve University. The funds raised through the purchase of CWRU license plates goes toward scholarships.

Learn more about purchasing collegiate plates from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles at bmv.ohio.gov/vr-sp-collegiate.aspx.

Last year’s scholarship winners

Jacob Moran and Kayonna Williams

Jacob Moran and Kayonna Williams

In May, recent graduates Jacob Moran and Kayonna Williams received the 2018 Case Western Reserve University License Plate Scholarships. Both Moran and Williams received $2,500 in scholarships. Moran earned bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and physics, while Williams earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

More information about this year’s winners and the program is available on the Alumni Association website.