Study in America's most culturally dense square mile

Liah Townsley History and archeology major, art history mino

When you study humanities, social sciences and art at a top research university, located in the heart of America’s most culturally dense square mile, your education is ripe with opportunities to put your knowledge to work.

Think about it: A quick walk takes you to the Cleveland Museum of Art, Severance Music Center (home of the renowned Cleveland Orchestra), the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Contemporary Art and more.    

“Even though I’m only a second-year, I’m already making actual forays out into the job field.”
Liah Townsley, History and archeology major, art history minor


In addition to these amazing opportunities here in University Circle, you will learn from bestselling authors, Guggenheim Fellows, National Humanities Center Fellows and scholars of the highest caliber.

As a humanities student at CWRU your education is amplified by our location in University Circle.


Hear from Liah about her experience in University Circle