Case Western Reserve has many resources available to graduate students to help them to learn, succeed, and enjoy their time in graduate school. Below is a list of just some of the resources that are available.

For the psychology program handbooks and forms, go to the forms page.

Funding Opportunities:

Women in Sciences and Humanities Earning Doctorates (WISHED): a community of female doctoral students that provides social and professional resources. All female doctoral students are welcome.

Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable (WISER): a community of female students in science, technology, engineering, math, or medicine. WISER is trans inclusive and welcomes students from our department.

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LGBTQA+ Graduate and Professional Organization (QGrad): a community that organizes social, educational, and professional events for LGBTQA+ graduate and professional students.

Wellness Committee: a committee that identifies events and activities that foster and maintain psychological and physical health and resilience for graduate students in the department.

Diversity Committee: a committee that works to welcome, embrace, and promote the diversity of human experiences and cultural and individual differences in our department.