Community Outreach

April 05, 2007

Case Community Card

Created in 2003, Case Western Reserve University introduced the Case Community Card to Cleveland residents living in neighborhoods immediately surrounding the campus (wards 6-9). The card provides our neighbors with access to many of the facilities and services that are offered to our faculty, staff and students. Cardholders are able to use the new track and field at the Village at 115, read books in the Kelvin Smith Library, attend campus sporting events for free and receive discounts at retail establishments surrounding the campus. More importantly, the card reflects the commitment and value the university places in stewarding positive relations with our local community.

Latisha James, Director, Center for Community Partnerships
Phone: 216.368.3909


Rebecca Copeland, Facilities Manager, Physical Education and Athletic Department
Phone: 216.368.5329

Posted by: Debra Crawford April 5, 2007 10:17 AM
Category: Center for Community Partnerships , Division of Student Affairs , Health , Physical Education and Athletics , Schools and Centers