Groups of students walk across campus at Case Western Reserve University
  • Meet one of our friendliest faces, Jay Hodge

    Jay Hodge is the chief of our campus police department. You'll see him peddling around campus on his bike, but first, meet him here. Describe CWRU students in…

  • Meet our director of innovation, Ian Charnas

    Ian Charnas, director of innovation and technology at Sears think[box], helps students bring their ideas to life. He's one of many people at CWRU that we'd like…

  • 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…

  • Video: Accounting at Case Western Reserve University

    Professor Karen Braun on the accounting program at CWRU

  • Video: Economics: Game Theory at Case Western Reserve University

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

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

    Hear about the opportunities our students are receiving on campus.

    "This is what I can do. This is how far I can go." Hear about the opportunities our…

  • 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.

    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.

  • 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.

    Learn about what the city of Cleveland has to offer.

  • 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.

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Do. Learn.

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

    That’s not luck.

    That’s a…

  • 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…

  • 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: 

  • 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…

  • 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).

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…