On Monday, Oct. 8, Case Western Reserve University will welcome more than 700 prospective undergraduate students and their families to campus. The large crowd is a testament to the university’s growing national reputation—and evidence the high-quality research and academics that take place at Case Western Reserve are attracting interest from near and far.
More than 200 potential students and 500 parents and other family members will spend the day learning about the university, touring campus, sitting in on classes and more.
The university community should expect higher-than-normal traffic on the roads, on campus walkways, in parking facilities and in the dining halls. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to plan accordingly and to gracefully welcome these campus visitors with smiles and warm hospitality.