Throughout July, we will highlight several different discount programs available to the Case Western Reserve University community. Check back throughout the month to learn more about programs that can help you save money and take advantage of resources available to you.
The Free Access Program is the ultimate discount, as Case Western Reserve University students can take advantage of several of the city’s cultural attractions for free.
Administered through the Office of Student Affairs, the following institutions are part of the Free Access Program:
- Cleveland Botanical Garden
- Cleveland Museum of Art (free to the public)
- Cleveland Museum of Natural History
- Western Reserve Historical Society
- Dittrick Museum of Medical History (free to the public; closed until mid-January 2020)
- Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (free to the public)
- Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
The program is open to undergraduates and graduate and professional students with a CWRU student ID. Students can visit each of the museums one time per week. Get more information about the Free Access Program.
Additionally, the Office of Student Affairs offers an opportunity for CWRU students to win free tickets to see the Cleveland Orchestra for regular Thursday evening performances. Learn more about the program.