Recently, residents Janet Hall, Donna Moss, Laura Berick, Patience Hoskins and Joan Nicholl participated in the University’s 13th Annual Case for Community Day.
During this fun afternoon of volunteer service, all university staff, faculty, students, alumni and friends lend their talents to various projects throughout the University Circle neighborhood.
The residents got a shout out from Case Western Reserve University President Barbara R. Snyder during lunch and were the first to hit the floor for the whip nae nae dance!
In addition to events like Case Community Day, the partnership gives Judson residents greater access to lifelong learning opportunities, university facilities, and more. Plus, CWRU alumni, faculty and staff receive a $10,000 discount on one independent living entry fee at either Judson Park or Judson Manor.
Want to know more about Judson’s partnership with Case Western Reserve University?