Case Western Reserve University


Case Western Reserve Institution (CWRU) is a private research University. It was founded in 1967. In contrast, Western Reserve University was established in 1826. 

This institute has undergraduate and graduate schools, including the College of Arts and Sciences, Case School of Engineering, Case Medical School, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Weatherhead School of Management, Case School of Dental Medicine, School of Law, and Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

More than 100 undergraduate and around 160 graduate and professional options programmes are available at the university's eight schools. They have 3,657 academic staff. 

This institute is one of the member of Association of American Universities and is designated as "R1: Doctoral Universities - Very High Research Activity." According to the National Science Foundation, this institution spent 439 million USD on Research and Development (R&D) in 2019.

There are 17 Nobel laureates related to CWRU. Herbert Henry Dow (the creator of Dow Chemical), Art Parker (the creator of Parker Hannifin), and Edward Williams (the co-creator of Sherwin-Williams) are just a few examples of founders of Fortune 500 companies.


CWRU has a total undergraduate enrollment of 12,069, with a gender distribution of 54% male and 46% female students. It has a total of 5,792 undergraduates and 6,277 postgraduates. 

There is a total of 2,199 international students in this university from 92 countries. Thus, making up 17.8%. They are proud to say they have the most diverse population in terms of pupils.

At CWRU, they offer a range of merit and need-based financial aid options. They give first-year and transfer international students a small amount of need-based funding. This financial assistance includes scholarships, loans, work-study programmes, grants and more.


Their residential halls are divided into two separate areas. One is in the  South Residential Village with suite-style rooms for second-year students. 

Another one is in the North Residential Village (NRV). It is for first-year students and upperclassmen. NRV has single, double and suit-style rooms. 

Several university-owned, university-controlled, and independent housing choices are available to third-year students who are permitted to reside off campus through graduate students.

Stephanie Tubbs Jones Residence Hall is for upperclassmen. The Village at 115 is for upper-class students. 

Triangle Towers offer public rentals and housing for current employees and students.


Due to an outstanding level of education, CWRU has received high rankings. These rankings are as follows. 


Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106, United States

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