Foundation — Scholarships


Each year, the Case Alumni Association awards nearly $2 million in scholarships to worthy science and engineering students through the Case Alumni Foundation. These gifts are provided through endowed funds by our generous donors.


Our signature effort, the Junior/Senior Scholarship Program, helps assure that stellar students have the wherewithal to finish their Case degree programs. A scholarship committee that includes alumni volunteers helps interview the candidates and award the Junior/Senior Scholarships each spring.


In this section of our website, we invite you to learn more about our scholarship programs and their impact. We also offer instructions for students wishing to apply for scholarships, including a Junior/Senior Scholarship.


Click below to learn more about our scholarships and how to apply.

If you’re interested in getting involved with our scholarship program, or have any questions, please contact
Janna Greer, Manager of Undergraduate Scholarships and Programs or 216-368-3647.

Inspiring and sustaining the
next generation

With support from our generous alumni and friends, the Case Alumni Association provides scholarships and grants to encourage and inspire the next generation of makers, doers, scientists and engineers. We want to foster and enable Case students to grow, share and enjoy an enriched life built upon a lifelong Case experience. Here are some of their stories.

SOURCE and SURES (Summer Research Programs)

Each year, the Case Alumni Foundation helps fund approximately 30 student awards of up to $3,500 each for undergraduate students enrolled in the following summer research programs: Support of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (SOURCE) and Summer Undergraduate Research in Energy and Sustainability (SURES). These programs provide students the opportunity for cross-disciplinary collaboration and the ability to see the breadth of research across the campus.


This is an extraordinary opportunity for undergraduate students to experience real-world research practices relevant to a variety of professional fields. Students do hands-on work in labs across campus and throughout University Circle, working closely with graduate students and professors on projects most undergraduates typically wouldn’t experience until pursuing higher degrees or working in professional research teams.

Students interested in enrolling in SOURCE or SURES and receiving funding for research must apply through:

Dr. Sheila Pedigo, Director of SOURCE  |  216.368.8508

Click here to learn more about the SOURCE program

Click here to learn more about the SURES program