Groups of students walk across campus at Case Western Reserve University
  • Economics: Game Theory at Case Western Reserve University

    Professor Roman Shermata discusses his class, Game Theory and its relevance in many sectors.

  • Meet CWRU student Han Nguyen

    Even as our students are learning remotely from around the world, we enjoy having the chance to connect with them and share with you their experiences at Case Western Reserve University.

    We recently spoke with…

  • Accounting at Case Western Reserve University

    Professor Karen Braun on the accounting program at CWRU

  • A message from the dean

    Updated March 18, 2020

    Standardized test requirements:

    We understand students’ concerns about completing Case Western Reserve’s standardized testing requirements for admission. In response,…

  • Video: Experiential learning in Nepal

    Cherry Bharati shares what she learned in Nepal through the Experiential Learning Fellowship program in anthropology.

  • Video: Fall in love with Cleveland

    Learn about what the city of Cleveland has to offer.

  • Video: "This is what I can do. This is how far I can go."

    Hear about the opportunities our students are receiving on campus.

  • Video: Then and now

    Graduating students reflect on their time on campus.

  • Video: Move-in day at CWRU

    Students from around the world arrive on campus for move-in day.

  • Video: Sears think[box]

    Get a look inside the largest, open-access makerspace at any university in the world—right here on CWRU’s campus.

  • Four truths and a lie: Andrea B.

    Let’s play a game—four truths and a lie about Case Western Reserve University sophomore Andrea Beltran.

    1. It’s pronounced Ahn-DRAY-uh.
    2. She’s studying international business…
  • I take my coffee with milk, sugar and art

    If there were an intersection where art met community service and social mobility met coffee… it would point to the center of the Case Western Reserve University campus.

    This semester, the walls of …

  • What an anatomy fashion show looks like

    We recently sat down with junior Nina Lui-Guechev to talk about Cleveland’s medical community, cancer research and what, exactly, an Anatomy Fashion Show is.

    What piqued your interest in CWRU?
    "…

  • From Case to Space: Engineers Week at CWRU

    “What I learned at CWRU—the discipline, the study habits, the connections I made—prepared me for everything else that was to come. I was ready for any challenge.”
    —Astronaut and alum Don Thomas…

  • Undergrads master MBA-level competition

    CWRU encourages and refines our critical-thinking skills and instills in us the work ethic and desire to succeed.
    —Andrew Lease, senior


    For the second consecutive…

  • Do. Learn.

    Within six months of graduation, 94% of Case Western Reserve University students are employed or in graduate school. 

    That’s not luck…

  • Meet Wall Street

    Imagine meeting face-to-face with CEOs and executives of some of the largest Wall Street firms. 

    As an undergraduate student
    As early as your first year
    At no cost to you

    That’s what…

  • How to build your resume

    I’d like to introduce you to three Case Western Reserve University students I think you’d have a lot in common with: 

    • Marin Exler, a …
  • Meet a nursing student who “couldn't imagine any other school”

    Rachel Hyzny is a first-year student from Kennett Square, Pa. 

    Hear what led her to Case Western Reserve University, and what she’s learned in her first semester of nursing school.

    Why did you…

  • Celebrating Black History Month at CWRU

    In 1854, Frederick Douglass, the abolitionist and ex-slave, delivered the commencement speech for Western Reserve College (as we used to be called). That speech was featured during a …

  • Here’s what’s been on our minds

    Case Western Reserve University’s faculty are intellectual powerhouses—experts in their fields, renowned for the knowledge they contribute to the world. They share their fresh insights in research journals and…

  • Meet two students who are contributing to the greater good

    You know that business philosophy, “Do well by doing good”? 

    Senior economics majors Kareem Agag and Aayush Parikh sure do.

    Backed by a grant from …

  • Meet sophomore Tae-Hee Kim

    Tae-Hee Kim is a sophomore medical anthropology major and human nutrition minor, who is passionate about going to medical school to become a doctor and be able to help people one day.

    We recently sat down with…

  • Let's talk about your career

    In class, Case Western Reserve University prepares you for the future by elevating your critical thinking and team skills.

    Outside traditional classrooms, you’ll get plenty of chances to put your…

  • Celebrating 2020: The Year of the Nurse

    The World Health Organization has named 2020 the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, recognizing the vital role…

  • Entrepreneurs welcome!

    Since 2018, Case Western Reserve University has given rise to 40 active student startups.

    Enterprising students are building their own businesses… and they are far from alone. Our students are…

  • Student research in the humanities and social sciences

    Research is ubiquitous on the Case Western Reserve University campus. CWRU undergrads discuss the intricacies of a systematic literature review over lunch. They share their findings all over—at conferences, in…

  • “You should pursue this as a real company”

    At least once a week, between my office and my favorite Little Italy lunch spot, I walk by the office of a true Case Western Reserve University success story. 

    The sign out front reads “…

  • A look at your four years of nursing school

    From their first month on campus, Case Western Reserve University nursing students begin getting comfortable talking with patients and providing basic care. By the time they graduate, they have the skills,…

  • CWRU blue is the color of 2020

    Each year, the color experts at Pantone name a color of the year. For 2020, the selection is a hue near and dear to our hearts: Classic Blue.

  • Why 80%+ of business students have 2+ internships

    In last year’s graduating class, 84% of students in the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University held two or more internships.

  • Nursing competence and confidence comes with practice

    Case Western Reserve University nursing students spend more than 1,300 hours in hospitals with patients—that’s nearly double the national average. They complement this real-world patient care in simulated…

  • 5 minutes with Anna: Soon-to-be CWRU graduate and Apple employee

    After two internships with Apple Inc. and over four years of studies in the Case School of Engineering, Anna Sedlackova is ready to receive her…

  • Studying the world’s oldest computing device

    When the Antikythera Mechanism was discovered in a shipwreck off the coast of a Greek island in 1901, it was shrouded in mystery.

    As technology advanced, researchers applied new approaches to examine…

  • What happens when nursing meets art?

    At CWRU’s Frances Bolton School of Nursing, there are so many creative ways to learn.

    For example, take the 80 undergraduate nursing students in …

  • Big data is big in business. You'll be ready for it

    At Case Western Reserve University, home of the Weatherhead School of Management, we are training the next generation of data experts.

    Because…

  • Transferring to Case Western Reserve

    Transferring to a new university is a big step, and at Case Western Reserve University, we want to help you make an informed choice. 

    CWRU accepts transfer students for spring and fall transfer enrollment. We…

  • The instincts of a nurse

    Case Western Reserve University nursing students get right to work learning critical nursing skills that they put to use in clinical settings just three weeks into…

  • 2007 alums sell startup for $540 million

    As students, we found mentors who have helped us nearly every step of the way. As alums, we’ve found the CWRU network to be full of successful people who want to help other people.” 
    —Stan Garber ’07,…

  • “Everyone is really so welcoming”

    Camille Witt is a second-year Case Western Reserve University student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, who counts two dance groups and an improv troupe among her favorite ways to spend her time outside of class…

  • Think big. Go bigger.

    Case Western Reserve University is a place for people with big ideas. People like:

  • CWRU nursing students elected to state-wide board of directors

    Nursing skills don’t stop at the patient’s bedside. Two Case Western Reserve University nursing students are practicing their nursing skills on a whole other level: state-wide nursing school policy.

    BSN students…

  • Making connections in Silicon Valley

    Are you interested in the tech industry and startup culture? Getting an “in” in Silicon Valley is what it’s all about. 

    Fortunately, for a group of 10 Case Western Reserve University students in business and…

  • Enhanced leadership for veteran care

    Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is the kind of place that trains on the cutting edge, with the end goal of improved patient care.

    One recent nursing school innovation seeks…

  • Insight from a first-year nursing student

    Luke Giles has been a college student for less than two months. But he already is six weeks into his first clinical rotation as a Case Western Reserve University nursing…

  • CWRU Receives HEED Award for Eighth Straight Year

    Case Western Reserve University has, for the eighth straight year, received the…

  • Meet professionals every week

    Smart businesses know that smart employees are the foundation of their success. 

    That’s why the world’s most successful businesses make it a point to recruit students from Case Western Reserve University’s…

  • Packed with possibility

    Case Western Reserve University students like to stay busy. And our campus offers plenty to occupy their time outside class—fueling friendships and satisfying their intellectual appetites (and their actual appetites, too…

  • Hear from the dean

    In this short video, Dean of Undergraduate Admission Robert McCullough answers three common questions about applying to CWRU to take some of the mystery out of the process. 

    Learn about the benefits of applying…

  • Next-level nursing

    Our students at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing learn to soar.

    Our Dorothy Ebersbach Academic Center for Flight Nursing has the nation’s first…

  • Tapping into the wisdom of the world’s literary elite: Priceless

    To paraphrase those old MasterCard commercials

    Student Tickets: $5
    Tapping into the wisdom of the world’s literary elite:…

  • Why CWRU?

    A few first-year nursing and pre-med students at Case Western Reserve University were recently interviewed and shared their experiences. 

    Only about a year ago, they were deciding what they might major in and…

  • Is Early Decision right for you?

    Applications for Early Action and Early Decision I at Case Western Reserve University are due Nov. 1. I’m often asked about the pros and cons of applying Early Decision (a binding decision plan) versus Early Action or…

  • Engineering long-term results

    Neil Chavan made his first trip to Las Pilas, Costa Rica, when he was a junior, majoring in chemical engineering and environmental studies. 

    After developing his plan on campus, he was finally on the ground,…

  • Where is Weatherhead?

    At Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management, we have access to internship opportunities around the world. 

    Last summer we kept up with some of…

  • Students find their forté with the Weatherhead School of Management

    At the Weatherhead School of Management students are finding their forté—and they’re not doing it alone. That’s thanks to a new partnership between Case…

  • Helping to predict environmental changes

    Sarah Diamond, an assistant professor in biology at Case Western Reserve University, has been awarded a National Science…

  • Innovation + Collaboration

    Students at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing are surrounded by innovative teaching and research. 

    Our researchers just received a $2.18 million grant from the…

  • How a CWRU education makes business run more smoothly

    David Yeu, a 2016 alum of Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management knows well what it takes to minimize those bumps in the road.…

  • 5 minutes with student-athlete Nicole Doyle

    Shortstop Nicole Doyle earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management in 2019. A testament to her power on the softball field and in her academics, Nicole…

  • A eureka moment and a dream come true

    “It was a eureka moment and a dream come true!”

    That’s what Yohannes Haile-Selassie said when his research team…

  • 5 Minutes with Musa Hakim

    Musa Hakim is a junior Materials Science and Engineering major whose academic and athletic chops have made him a standout on campus. Hear how he describes campus and his journey as a Cleveland native, California high…

  • Weatherhead School of Management delivers

    For Trista Li, who graduated magna cum laude in 2013 from Case Western Reserve University with a double major in economics and…

  • Start your future early

    Early Decision students knew Case Western Reserve was the first choice for them as they were applying to college. 

    Some say it was the atmosphere...
     
    "When I came for my first visit, I could see…

  • Putting safety first

    Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing takes patient safety seriously.

    The QSEN Institute—which is dedicated…

  • Connecting with faculty is key

    Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management is large enough to offer a wide range of opportunities; yet small enough that you can…

  • Meet our hammer throwing champion

    At Case Western Reserve University, our student athletes aim high. And some of them throw extraordinarily far.
     
    Cassandra Laios, who graduated in May, is a three-time CWRU record holder in the hammer throw—a…

  • Management faculty wins teaching and mentoring awards

    Taking home two prestigious faculty awards in the same semester requires a special mix of dedication, passion and technique. 

    It’s a recipe for success that Jenny Hawkins, assistant professor of economics at Case…

  • Going first

    A new campus group aims to help students who are trailblazers in their families
     
    When Fatima Rahman enrolled in college, she was a pioneer—the first in her family to do so. Soon, she became a new kind of…

  • So much more than a trip

    Before coming to Case Western Reserve University, Hannah Clarke had traveled abroad on service trips all four years of high school.
     
    Now, she’s a senior pre-med student with a French major, and she hasn’t…

  • Neighboring history museum unveils new design

    The Cleveland Museum of Natural History has unveiled its new expansion plans, inspired by the glacier that helped shape the region. CWRU students receive free admittance to the museum, a quick walk from the first-year…

  • Top 50 green colleges

    Case Western Reserve University’s longstanding commitment to environmental sustainability has been recognized nationally—most recently by the Princeton Review, which named CWRU to its Top 50 Green Colleges List for the…

  • This is inspiring

    When your work is your passion, awards aren’t needed. But they sure are nice!

    At CWRU, students are surrounded by winners who love what they do. For example:

    • English professor Michael Clune recently…
  • Why this NYC entrepreneur chose CWRU

    When Ari Lewis told his friends and family he would study business at Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management, his loved ones wondered why a Long Island boy would leave the Big Apple for…

  • Aim High!

    We recently celebrated commencement at Case Western Reserve University, and our graduating students were certainly eager to get on with the show.

    They have every reason to be excited—based on where last year’s…