Case Western Reserve University

10900 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, United States
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About Case Western Reserve University

Case Western Reserve University is a school located in Cleveland, OH, US with a total of 5588 courses available to enroll in.

The CWRU campus covers a full square mile in suburban Cleveland, Ohio. Around 80% of students are able to live on campus in one of the four botanically-themed residential communities, Mistletoe, Magnolia, Juniper and Cedar. There is an active student event scene including an annual music and funfair celebration at SpringFest and a ten day tag marathon themed as Humans vs Zombies. Around one third of students participate in the fraternity and sorority system which focuses upon community service. In addition to the main campus on University Circle, the college maintains University Farm. This 400 acre parcel, situated around ten miles away, offers students the opportunity to research and take courses in biology, ecology and art.

There are 95 degree choices for the 5,150 undergraduates and 135 graduate and professional options for the other 6,674 students on role (2017-18). The most popular undergraduate majors include: Biological Sciences; Mechanical Engineering; Psychology; and Nursing. Engineering is a particular strength of the school. Since its foundation in 1826, this private Ohio institution has always made research a strong priority and currently supports a highly prestigious electrochemical and biomedical research program. Teaching excellence is not neglected with a student faculty ration of only 11:1.

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