Whether we are breaking ground on a new facility or renovating a beloved campus structure, donor support is critical to improving and expanding Case Western Reserve University for the benefit of our students, faculty and staff.
Generations of supporters have left a legacy of excellence through the buildings and spaces that inspire and enable scholarship, research, creativity and exploration at CWRU.
Below are just a few of the cutting-edge campus facilities made possible by donor support at various levels.
Sheila and Eric Samson’s generous gift helped launch the $515 million construction for the joint Health Education Campus of Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic.
Larry Sears (CIT ‘69) and Sally Zlotnick Sears (FSM ‘72, LYS ‘74) gave $10 million to support the seven-story innovation center and cutting-edge makerspace at Case Western Reserve University.
A $35 million gift from the Milton and Tamar Maltz Family Foundation kicked off a decade of renovations to transform the Temple–Tifereth Israel into a world-class center for the performing arts.