Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) is a private research university that emphasizes hands-on learning experiences that lead to impressive outcomes upon graduation. Located in University Circle, USA Today’s #1 arts district in the country, urban campus in Cleveland is only steps away from top hospitals, museums, performance venues and restaurants, providing students endless options for educational experiences and entertainment.
Case Western Reserve students are innovators. They start their own companies, study around the globe and conduct research as early as their first year. With more than 100 majors, minors and concentrations across the arts, business, engineering, humanities, nursing, science and social sciences, students can specialize in practically anything, from accounting and engineering to neuroscience and world literature and everything in between. Students have access to top-notch research opportunities and learn from—and alongside—world-renowned faculty.
A Case Western Reserve University education prepares students for their futures. Through research, internships, co-ops and more, CWRU graduates differentiate themselves as extraordinary candidates in the career market or graduate and professional school admission pool. In fact, 99% of CWRU students take part in hands-on learning experiences, like internships, research, study abroad and more. The Office for Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education offers career consultants, pre-professional advisors, experiential education specialists and dedicated professional navigators who are all prepared to help equip students with the skills and experiences they need for fulfilling futures. No matter their majors, graduates leave Case Western Reserve University with solid experience in their chosen fields and are ready to take on world challenges.
Fun Fact: Case Western Reserve University’s long name is the result of the 1967 federation between the Case Institute of Technology (renowned for science and engineering) and Western Reserve University (a highly regarded liberal arts university). Each year, CWRU students celebrate Western Reserve’s 1910 move from Hudson, Ohio, to Cleveland with the Hudson Relays, a 26-mile relay race where classes compete for bragging rights and the chance for a steak dinner with the university president.